I was in Sin City and committing the cardinal sin of sports gaming: playing with scared money.
What's worse, it wasn't real money. It was merely a voucher, used in place of $2 win
and $2 place "wagers." All I had to do was mark the track, the race and the
Such was my tournament debut as a media participant in the
Daily Racing Form/NTRA National Handicapping Championship
in Las Vegas. A contest that required me to bet on 30 races,
out of a possible 148, over the course of ...