November 19 GPW 4th race. Originally carded for Turf, but went to dirt. I double checked all of my pacelines etc. to no avail. Whenever I want to go to any readout screen, I get the following error: 'Type mismatch in module YMPWQF at address 6AIC:077F.' Any ideas as to what went wrong? ...
I made this video on how you can open your old programs from your desktop by just double clicking. It made it a little easier to get into the old programs. Attachment 38446 (http://paceandcap.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=38446)
Obviously, the Breeders’ Cup has a profound effect on Eclipse Award voting. And unfortunately, that will include this year’s controversial and terribly unsatisfying Breeders’ Cup Classic. Keeping in mind that no one should make his Eclipse decisions just a couple of hours after the Breeders’ Cup is over, let’s take a look at how things appear to stand as of […]
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I’m a player who usually focuses on early in the card (pick five, early pick four), or late in the card (late pick four). But the card Saturday at Aqueduct is a little different. I find my attention drawn toward the middle of the program, specifically races 5 and 6.
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