First of all, I live in a state where I can bet online. There is nothing illegal about this. I have attached a Worksheet that shows an example of a race and the structure that would be bet.
There might be 8 races, 9 races, 10 races up to 14 races from this sheet. This is just an example of 1 race. I want to send this bet to a TEXT file on the Desktop in the structure.
I would like to be able to send all the bets for all races for the day. There may be a race that will not be bet. In other words, I might bet 9 races of a 10 race card, having skipped maybe the 5th race or some other race. Here is the bet structure I need:
Please note that between the 1 and wheel is a field that needs to be blank as indicated by the , ,
The betting amounts might change from race to race. This particular bet has a bet of $1.
Any number in the "spot" that has a 1 will be in the first as indicated by (3:4). 3 or 4 are the program numbers to bet. Any number in "spot" that is 1 or 2 will be in the second position as indicated by (1:3;4;6;7) and then the numbers for the 3rd position (trifectas) and 4th position (superfecta). You get the picture. These are 2 separate types of bets - trifecta and superfecta. Bets.xls
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