DRF Tournaments

delray spires's Record:

Current Contest
Wins/Races Profit (loss)
2/15 ($6.00)
Races First Second Third Payoff Analysis
Withers 1. Lucky Lee 2. Sir Winston 3. Tax $0.00  
Swale 1. Jackson 2. Topper T 3. High Crime $0.00  
Holy Bull 1. Federal Case 2. Mihos 3. Garter and Tie $0.00  
Menard Memorial 1. Golden Days 2. Fiesta 3. La Dame Blanche $0.00  
El Prado 1. Uncle B 2. Vici 3. Krampus $0.00  
King Cotton 1. Control Stake 2. Gordy Florida 3. Balandeen $0.00  
Sam F. Davis 1. Counter Offer 2. Going for Gold 3. Knicks Go $0.00  
San Marcos 1. Beach View 2. Lucky Soul 3. Chicago Style $0.00  
Melody of Colors 1. Catch a Thrill 2. Ginger Nut 3. Just Ain't Right $0.00  
Hal's Hope 1. Prince Lucky 2. Sir Anthony 3. Copper Town $17.60  
Texas Glitter 1. Yes I Am Free 2. Standup 3. R Boy Bode $6.40  
New Orleans Hcp 1. Noble Indy 2. Souper Tapit 3. Lone Sailor $0.00  
Muniz Memorial Hcp 1. First Premio 2. Synchrony 3. Hot Springs $0.00  
Fair Grounds Oaks 1. Slewgoodtobetrue 2. Serengeti Empress 3. Street Band $0.00  
Louisiana Derby 1. Limonite 2. Lemniscate 3. Sueno $0.00  
* - Win by virtue of scratch or couple

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Understanding How Your Profit is Calculated!

Here's how your record is calculated: If you pick a winner that pays $8.40, you have $6.40 in profit added to your account: $8.40 minus the original $2 bet. If you don't pick a winner, you have $2.00 subtracted from your account. So, let's say you pick 4 races, and have only one winner that pays $8.40. Take the $8.40 profit, then subtract the $8 bet on the 4 races. You would show a PROFIT of $0.40.

The easy way to check if your record is correct is to add all the payoffs of winners you have selected. Then multiply the number of races you played by 2 in order to get the "amount bet." Subtract the "amount bet" total from the "payoff" total, and that should be your profit or loss.

If you think your record is incorrect, please make sure you understand this carefully. The emails we like least are the ones from people who are indignant that their record is wrong—they think the total is incorrect. Invariably, they are wrong. So please double check all calculations. Thanks!

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