travel_vic · On the old show Who Wants to be a Millionaire, one contestant tapped out when the question was asked with 4 options: Who was on the cover of Newsweek, Time and Sports Illustrated all the same week and the options were Muhammad Ali, Mickey Mantle, I think a tennis champion and Big Red...The contestant had no idea and guessed wrong. · 3 hours ago

Hong Kong racing uses a parimutuel (also known as “totalizer”) system. Unlike odds in a Vegas sportsbook, which are set in advance and give a decisive edge to the house, parimutuel odds are updated fluidly, in proportion to how bettors wager. Winners split the pool, and the house skims a commission of about 17 percent. (After costs, the Jockey Club’s take goes to charity and the state, providing as much as a tenth of Hong Kong’s tax revenue.) To make money, Benter would have to do more than pick winners: He needed to make bets with a profit margin greater than the club’s 17 percent cut.
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travel_vic · On the old show Who Wants to be a Millionaire, one contestant tapped out when the question was asked with 4 options: Who was on the cover of Newsweek, Time and Sports Illustrated all the same week and the options were Muhammad Ali, Mickey Mantle, I think a tennis champion and Big Red...The contestant had no idea and guessed wrong. · 3 hours ago
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Jump (or jumps) racing in Great Britain and Ireland is known as National Hunt racing (although, confusingly, National Hunt racing also includes flat races taking place at jumps meetings; these are known as National Hunt flat races). Jump racing can be subdivided into steeplechasing and hurdling, according to the type and size of obstacles being jumped. The word "steeplechasing" can also refer collectively to any type of jump race in certain racing jurisdictions, particularly in the United States.
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