totalisator


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computer that registers bets and divides the total amount bet among those who won

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Dark v Island Bay Park Racing Company (21) was the leading decision relating to the totalisator under the 1881 legislation.
Under the new totalisator services agreement, Scientific Games will install BetJet terminals featuring the ClearBet user interface at Nassau OTB branches and will provide a new APT Player Tracking and Rewards System.
In April, the NSW Totalisator Agency Board (TAB), which runs on- and off-course betting, agreed to pay Murdoch and Packer $156 million in cash and shares for Sky Channel, which narrowcasts live trotting, horse and greyhound racing into TAB offices, pubs and clubs.
There's face painting and a mechanical horse for the kids, but the optimistic souls trying to propel their prams through the mud look to be fighting a losing battle - always assuming they can avoid the large pools of standing water collected in various places, including right in front of the totalisator.
(2) Legalised sports betting in Singapore is currently administered by the Singapore Totalisator Board.
Peter Jones, lately chair, Horserace Totalisator Board, for services to racing, Bridport, Dorset.
ANSWERS: 1 Holland and Belgium; 2 The betting shops of the Horserace Totalisator Board; 3 County Kerry; 4 Anthony Way; 5 George Bush Snr; 6 Music To Watch Girls By; 7 Cornwall; 8 Featherweight; 9 New York City (the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge); 10 The sperm whale.
Since its inception in 1928, the Tote (Horseracing Totalisator Board) has enjoyed a legal monopoly for pool betting on horseracing in the UK but is also active in the market for fixed-odds betting (bookmaking) in competition with other bookmakers.
The Tote - short for Horserace Totalisator Board - was set up in 1928 thanks to the great Winston Churchill.
In 1945 he took up work as an office manager of a subsidiary company of the Horse Race Totalisator Board and spent 16 years with the company, nine of which were based in Reading.
2 Glencaraig Lady - 1970 Totalisator Champion Novices' Chase (RSA) Up with the leaders throughout, Ireland's Glencaraig Lady, a 100-8 shot (from 100-6), took control approaching the last with a win assured but made a mistake and came down, handing the race to Tom Dreaper's Proud Tarquin (100-7).
The taxable period for organizing betting or a totalisator shall be the period during which the betting or totalisator is organized, starting on the first day set out in the rules of the game for placing stakes, and ending on the last day set out in the rules of the game for awarding prizes.