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7 Horse Spill At Charlestown A Reminder Of Randomness

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7 Horse Spill At Charlestown A Reminder Of Randomness

First of all, my thoughts and hopes for the speedy recovery of all the jockeys that were injured, as well as the horses. It's a reminder of how dangerous this sport can be. From the perspective of the ValueCapper, though, it should remind us that a horse race is largely a random event. It has more in common with the spin of a roulette wheel than a mathematical formula to be solved. The only solution that makes sense is to insist that when you invest-when you bet-you are getting the best value that you can. That is all you have control over, the rest, as this video reminds us, is out of our hands.

Here's the link to the video of that February 29, 2012 race at Charles Town: 

Posted via email from Michael Pizzolla On ValueCapping™, Horse Racing, And Technology

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