I'm afraid that you would lose, as the Superfecta was: 5-1-11-14, which paid: $75,974.50JamesPolo wrote:So, it is time for the Kentucky Derby yet again. For the big race, being the 12th race of this track, I am going to say my bet is a Superfecta as follows:
#15 McCracken Odds 5-1
#14 Classic Empire Odds 4-1
# 5 Always Dreaming Odds 5-1
# 3 Fast And Accurate Odds 50-1
1st place #6 Gunnevera at 15-1
2nd place #5 Classic Empire 3-1
3rd place #4 Always Dreaming 4-5
4th place #9 Lookin At Lee 10-1
That being said, here were yesterday's parimutuel payouts:
• #2 Cloud Computing was sent off at 13-1!
• #2 Cloud Computing — Win: $28.80, Place: $8.60, Show: $6.00
• #5 Classic Empire — Place: $4.40, Show: $4.00
• #8 Senior Investment — Show: $10.20
$2 Exacta (2-5) Paid: $98.40
50¢ Trifecta (2-5-8) Paid: $548.65
10¢ Superfecta (2-5-8-9) Paid: $816.28
$1 Pick 3 (5-2-2) Paid: $500.60
$1 Pick 4 (10-5-2-2) Paid: $2,925
$1 Pick 5 (5-10-5-2-2) Paid: $12,689.70
20¢ Pick 6 (6-5-10-5-2-2) Paid: $7,414.88
$2 Daily Double (2-2) Paid: $88
$1.00 SUPER HIGH FIVE 2-5-8-9-6 $283,223.40
This bet is not always available each race but I will be trying to remember to pick 5 horses if it is available for now on as the payout is so much more than a superfecta.
# 6 Lookin At Lee
# 8 Senior Investment
The next 3 horses I am not sure but will be picking 2 out of the 3
# 3 Gormely
#7 Irish War Cry
# 1 Twisted Tom
I plan to bet a boxed superfecta with 5 horses picked. So the bet will be a .10 cent bet and will cost $12.
I think Pacquiao still can beat this unknown guy but to be different, I will be going with The Horn to win!
Horn was a cheap fighter, all about headlocks and then punching Manny in the back of the head while wringing his neck. Pacquiao landed like 182 punches and Horn landed like 90 punches. The Aussie judges threw the fight by saying Pacquiao lost by voting for a fellow Aussie. There were too many elbows and head-butts that produced cuts and lots of blood. I was happy that the fight was not called.Horn was leading the fight and was the aggressor but he still didn't land punches. Plus Pacquiao had him in the 9th and could have won that round. Horn did have lots of stamina to unleash which was impressive as he was the aggressor. I have heard there will be a rematch and so I want to see this. Pacquiao didn't seem to have much power but he had Horn going down almost in the 9th. Horn didn't seem to have much power too but I could tell Manny was out of steam after the 9th and Horn rebounded and came back as the aggressor in the rest of the fight.
I know it is a weird fight to have a top UFC fighter switch sports and fight one of the greatest boxers of all time... in his sport of... boxing. Mayweather is getting old but he still has enough to play defense and not get hit and then to attack and land punches. I can't help but think of Michael Jordan playing baseball. I don't know if McGregor can do this. I know McGregor is a good fighter and is used to getting hit, probably harder than Mayweather is used to, based on the lighter gloves. I paid $40 to go and watch this fight at a movie theater that has real nice reclining seats. I can drink there too. I will be chilling out at probably Applebee's and having something like pork ribs and steak and downing some brews. I hope the main fight goes the 12 rounds. One thing with Manny Pacquiao was he didn't have it to finish a guy off anymore, neither did it seem that Mayweather had it to finish someone. That is McGregor's main chance. That he may have the stamina and endurance to KO Mayweather or hurt him a round or two, to the point where he gains major points and Mayweather loses his. I really like this idea of watching Pay Per View at the movie theater in nice assigned chairs where I can drink beer and eat junk food. One thought is if McGregor wins, what will his next move be? Will he continue to fight UFC or will be stay with boxing? He is bound to lose one day as he has come close in the past. Oh well, I just want to be entertained, here's one guy hoping for some entertainment!
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The Red Sox are doing fine but could use something to happen to those Yankees.
That gives us home field advantage in the playoffs (and extra rest for the bull pen).
Christian Yelich is hands-down the MVP this year. One RBI away from getting baseballs first triple crown in like 8 years or something.
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