1. #1
    ttwarrior1
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    How many hit the superfecta, trifecta

    i assume many did, the top 3 went in the top 3. I won as well but pretty sure it won't pay alot.
    175 pts

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    SBR TRIVIA WINNER 11/21/2022

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    SBR TRIVIA WINNER 11/17/2022


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    ttwarrior1
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    35 bucks
    175 pts

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    SBR TRIVIA WINNER 11/21/2022

    175 pts

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    SBR TRIVIA WINNER 11/17/2022


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    Br0nxer
    July 2012 Poster of the Month
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    concentrate less on betpoints and sbr poker

    concentrate more on figuring out a way to stop leeching off taxpayers and getting off section 8

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    cecil127
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    depending on how deep you went with horses, that was a very respectable trifecta payout IMO.
    if you had 7/9 with ALL with ALL or some chit, yea, it wasnt very profitable (if at all)
    i took the 7/9 with 7/9 with 5/6. for the $2 ticket it cost me $8-pressed the "repeat last bet" a few times and cheered IHO all the way home.
    for every $8 layed i was rewared with $70 or ~(+775) You find me anyone sneezing at that who bets sports
    pretty damn good day at the races actually....hit the dime super in the BES yesterday ($62 for a $2.40 bet) and flipped that into a nice payout in the Preakness. and i wondered why ive had a hankerin' for crab the last few days

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