Bike Bets (part 2)

Getting back to where we left off in my last blog entry. I have a BBQ at my house on Saturday and invite Dan over with the plan to eat and ride out to Red Rock afterwards. I still have the same road bike rental that I was going to use for the previous bet, and Dan brought his road bike. Dan comes over, and apparently has another plan on his mind, as he begins to instigate another bet with me. I had explained to Dan, because I gave him a piece of the bet, that I thought I had a much better chance than the buyout paid (the buyout paid 46% of what I could win on a bet that laid 10:1 odds), and Dan told me he thought I was crazy. He wanted to prove that the bike challenge was really difficu

Bike Bets (part 1)

This is going to be a series of posts about bike bets. It starts with Dan Bilzerian’s infamous bike challenge. After having a discussion with David Silverman about it in May (maybe?) - he told me I should really write about this because the whole story was really interesting. I thought that was a good idea, but you know how it is with stuff like that. It goes on the to-do list but you never seem to get around to it. I put it off for a little while and then during the WSOP there was just 0% chance of me getting this done. But now I have some time chill-axing down in Brazil and here we are. THE FIRST BET I bet on Dan Bilzerian to complete his bike bet vs. Bill Perkins. The bet was Dan ha

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