For the punter it is all about the result and the buzz they get from that result when it goes their way. For the professional the process is key ? doing the right things at the right time for the right reasons. The ?buzz? comes from the feeling of knowing that they did everything possible to get the best possible result. This is a mastery approach and unlike a punter a professional trader would not feel satisfied with a winning bet if their process was flawed. I call this approach to performance a focus on ?flawless execution?.
Santa Anita Derby (G1) Day - Saturday at Santa Anita, Justify turned back a challenge by Bolt d'Oro to win the Santa Anita Derby (G1) by 3 lengths with Core Beliefs third. Also on the card, Midnight Bisou won the Santa Anita Oaks (G1), Fatale Bere won the Providencia Stakes (G3), Beau Recall won the Royal Heroine Stakes (G2), Spiced Perfection won the Evening Jewel Stakes, Heck Yeah won the Echo Eddie Stakes, and Quick Sand AA won the HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Stakes (G1) for Arabians. Get the results, charts, and photos here.
Never can you get closer to the experience of playing in a real land based casino from the comfort of your own home, than by playing live dealer games. Live casino games have been around for a while now, having first become available way back in 2002. But as you can imagine, the quality of the streaming and the overall gaming experience left a lot to be desired back when they were first launched. With the vast improvements in technology over the past 13 years, live casino games are now slick and high quality, where you can chat to the croupiers and really immerse yourself in the casino environment. The topic of live casino games will be discussed in more detail on a dedicated page.
In 1929, the charge for admission to the Public Enclosure is $1 per day for all while soldiers and sailors can enjoy half price. In the other hand, members are required to show their badges to obtain admission to the Members’ Enclosure. And also the charge for admission to the Members’ Enclosure is $2 per day. By comparing the lowest wage in 1929, we observe that the lowest wage is around $12 ( $0.4 per day) which has a large distance for the requirement enclosure. Therefore, we can observe that the race meetings are mainly opened for upper class mostly while grass-root has a lower chance to touch horse racing activity.