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a computer-driven, machine-operated betting system which eliminates the bookmaker in the betting industry which surrounds horse and dog racing. Called also parimutuel.
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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 Singapore Totalisator Board Act (Cap 305A), the functions of the Tote Board include, amongst others: (a) to operate totalisators in accordance with any approved scheme; and (b) to operate and conduct (by means of a totalisator or otherwise) such lottery or other betting or gaming activities as may be prescribed, in accordance with any scheme which the Minister may, subject to such conditions as he may impose, authorise.
As part of the acquisition, the ACT Government will issue to Tabcorp a 50 year exclusive totalisator licence, a sports bookmaking licence for an initial term of 15 years with further rolling extensions to a total term of 50 years, and ongoing approvals to offer Keno and Trackside products for 50 years.
The other four forms of gambling are machine gaming, bingo, table games, and totalisator.
The partners will jointly own the international totalisator business currently operated by Phumelela in a joint venture to be known as Premier Gateway International.
Gregory Peck owned the Peter Cazalet-trained Different Class, who won the Totalisator Champion Novices' (now RSA) Chase in 1966 and the National Hunt Handicap Chase in 1967, and was third in the Grand National in 1968.
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The last seller was run at the festival in 1955 and the first sponsored race in 1964, when the Broadway became the Totalisator Champion Novices' Chase.
Instant Racing is a form of pari-mutuel wagering processed through a standard totalisator terminal, where the patron wagers on previously-run horse races.
The ACCC considers that each of the 2012 Agreements will improve the stability of the totalisator pools offered by RWWA and ACTTAB and promote further public benefits which flow to the racing industry due to funding arrangements between ACTTAB, RWWA and Tabcorp and the racing industry in Victoria, Western Australia, and to the ACT Government and community, ACCC chairman Rod Sims said.
com and acquired United Tote, a leading supplier of totalisator systems, services, equipment and technology, as part of the deal.
Earlier in his career, Alexander held various finance and controller positions with companies including Bethesda Research Labs/Life Technologies, Xerox Corporation, American Totalisator Company, and Arthur Anderson & Co.