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    Monster Energy Open (6 PM Eastern, Saturday, May 18)

    • There will be 24 drivers in the preliminary race.
    • There will be three segments/stages in the 50 lap race - 20 laps, 20 laps, and 10 laps.
    • The winner of each stage will qualify for the All-Star Race.
    • A Fan Vote will decide the fourth driver to qualify for the All-Star Race.


    Monster Energy All-Star Race (8 PM Eastern, Saturday, May 18)


    • There will be 19 drivers in the All-Star Race.
    • There will be four segments/stages in the 85 lap race - 30 laps, 20 laps, 20 laps, and 15 laps.
    • 15 drivers have qualified, 4 drivers will earn their way through the warm-up event, The Monster Energy Open.
    • The Three Stage Winners will qualify for All-Star Race and the driver who wins the Fan Vote.


    Drivers who have already qualified due to a win in 2018 or 2019 Season/Previous Active Cup Champions/Previous Active All-Star Winners:


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    There is a Gander Truck Race in Charlotte tonight. Considering the race begins 10-15 minutes and I have yet to see any numbers, I am simply going to pass. Back with Monster All-Star race tomorrow for certain - that is if Books decide to post some numbers.

    Hey Books, either offer NASCAR or do not offer it at all. It has become absurd.
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    Should have posted this earlier but I am not playing anything on the Monster Energy Open. The reason is diminishing returns. There are three stages, the winner of each stage moves onto the All-Star race. However, the winner of the first two stages is out of the race and will most likely finish last and second to last in the race. The winner of the 3rd stage actually wins the race and moves on despite being the 3rd driver to win with a lesser Field. Make sense? Sort of, but not really if you think about it all. Last year my driver won the 1st stage and finished last in the race, thus losing my match-up. So I said F this for 2019.

    Back with All-Star race picks by 7 PM Eastern.

    Cheers!
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    Monster Energy Open:Stage 1: Goes to William Byron the (#24) in a thrilling finish to beat Bubba Wallace Jr. in the (#43) by less than a foot as the two cars were rubbing each other at the line.

    It's a chance for a $Million$ for the winner tonight. These guys will do anything and anything goes. Rubbing is Racing. Giddy What Up!
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    Monster Energy All-Star Race (Goes About 8 PM Eastern)

    Was on a conference call watching Preakness with some friends throughout the Country so got caught up. Bodexpress running without a jockey was Classic, and then he did a Victory Lap by himself before they corralled him. Since horse and jockey are okay, simply too funny.

    Back in about 15-20 minutes, as soon as finish my work and make a cocktail.
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    Monster Energy Open:
    Stage 1: William Byron(#24)
    Stage 2: Bubba Wallace Jr. (#43)
    Stage 3 & Race Winner: Kyle Larson (#42)
    Fan Vote: Alex Bowman (#88)

    The 19 driver Field is complete. Waiting to see what the Winner Odds look like before posting matchups. Think Race will go between 8:00 and 8:15
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    Let me preface I go through reputable three highly rated offshore books (I do not blame the Local, most would never post Auto Racing). They should simply not post NASCAR with their late lines/no lines and low limits. It is embarrassing. Even the Westgate gave me a hard time last Season for putting in too large of a play. They made me rebet twice so the could nickel and dime for some juice. I won anyway, so it did not matter, but just take the bet.

    Monster Energy All-Star Race:
    3 units Logano (#22) +100 vs. Keselowski (#2)
    3 Units Johnson (#48) +110 vs. Almirola (#10)

    Good luck to All.

    Cheers!
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    One book put Match-ups back up I am adding:

    3 Units Kyle Bush +100 (#18) vs. Harvick (#4)
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    Monster Energy All-Star Race:
    4 units Logano (#22) +100 vs. Keselowski (#2)
    3 Units Johnson (#48) +110 vs. Almirola (#10)
    3 Units Kyle Bush +100 (#18) vs. Harvick (#4)

    Added 1 Unit Logano It sucks to post this stuff. One book just put up Winer odds. Insane. My apologies. If it keeps up. I will not post because it is not worth it for anyone or my time.
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    Well, Larson won the Play-In race and then proceeded to win the All-Star race. Good for him. In fact, all 4 who qualified in the pre-race finished in the Top 10.

    In the Main Event, Logano, Harvick, and Kyle Busch all raced well enough to win. Unfortunately, Kyle hit the wall late and it cost him any chance to catch Larson or stay ahead of Harvick, which was costly.

    Monster Energy All-Star Race:
    4 units Logano (#22) +100 vs. Keselowski (#2)Win - Logano was in front of Kez almost the entire race
    3 Units Johnson (#48) +110 vs. Almirola (#10) Loss - Both had issues with tires, Almirola recovered much better finishing 6th
    3 Units Kyle Bush +100 (#18) vs. Harvick (#4)
    Loss - Painfull as Kyle passed Harvick late but then hit the wall slightly and lost the position


    1-2 (-2.00 Units)

    Race Results:
    1 (42) K Larson (Play-In - Won Race)(All-Star - Won Race)
    2 (4) K Harvick (All-Star - Won Stage 2)
    3 (18) Ky Busch (All-Star - Won Stage 1)
    4 (22) J Logano (All-Star - Won Stage 3)
    5 (43) B Wallace (Play-In - Wonn Stage 2)
    6 (10) A Almirola
    7 (3) A Dillon
    8 (88) A Bowman (Play-In - Won Fan Vote)
    9 (24) W Byron (Play-In - Won Stage 1)
    10 (19) M Truex Jr.
    11 (2) B Keselowski
    12 (14) C Bowyer
    13 (6) R Newman
    14 (9) C Elliott
    15 (48) J Johnson
    16 (12) R Blaney
    17 (1) Ku Busch
    18 (11) D Hamlin
    19 (20) E Jones
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