In December 2007 he sent a letter to Business Review Weekly, an Australian magazine, asking to be considered for its rich list. “I had planned to delay my hope for inclusion until I could make it into the top 10,” he wrote. “However, as of today, it does not appear I will live long enough.” Woods had been diagnosed with cancer. He came back to Happy Valley for treatment; the Hong Kong Sanatorium & Hospital was within sight of the racetrack. He spent his final days beating his friends at a Chinese card game known as chor dai di and died on Jan. 26, 2008, at 62.
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Thorp’s book was a beacon for shy young men with a gift for mathematics and a yearning for a more interesting life. When Benter got to Las Vegas, he worked at a 7-Eleven for $3 an hour and took his wages to budget casinos. The Western—with its dollar cocktails and shabby patrons getting drunk at 10 a.m.—and the faded El Cortez were his turf. He didn’t mind the scruff. It thrilled him to see scientific principles play out in real life, and he liked the hedonistic city’s eccentric characters. It was the era of peak disco, with Donna Summer and Chic’s Le Freak all over the radio. On a good day, Benter might win only about $40, but he’d found his métier—and some new friends. Fellow Thorp acolytes were easy to spot on casino floors, tending to be conspicuously focused and sober. Like them, Benter was a complete nerd. He had a small beard, wore tweedy jackets, and talked a lot about probability theory.
Some Sharps will say to stay away from parlays altogether. I’m not going to say that. Every once in a while, I will play a parlay. Now it won’t be a 5 or team parlay or anything crazy like that. But rarely I will do a 2 or a 3 team parlay. I don’t make the bet really expecting to win. I know going in that it is a much lower percentage bet and make sure that if I win, it will be big. Amateur bettors love the big payouts from the 6-7-8 team parlays but do you know who loves parlays even more? The Bookie! There is a reason they pay out so much, it’s because they are such low percentage bets. The main difference between a sharp and an amateur is instead of betting a 5 team parlay a sharp will bet 5 separate games. If he walks away 3-2 in those 5 games he would be happy. The amateur, on the other hand, would probably hit 4 of 5 and walk away with nothing. He would then proceed to go home and slam his head into a wall for 5 hours in disgust.
Historically, equestrians honed their skills through games and races. Equestrian sports provided entertainment for crowds and displayed the excellent horsemanship needed in battle. Horse racing of all types evolved from impromptu competitions between riders or drivers. The various forms of competition, requiring demanding and specialized skills from both horse and rider, resulted in the systematic development of specialized breeds and equipment for each sport. The popularity of equestrian sports through the centuries has resulted in the preservation of skills that would otherwise have disappeared after horses stopped being used in combat.