Emily Kyrillou turned her starting live bankroll of $250 into a final total of $10,327.50 to finish best of 230 entries and win the Aqueduct Gotham Challenge on March 9.
Kyrillou got to keep her final live bankroll total, plus she received a cash bonus of $12,740 and her choice of a seat to the 2019 Belmont Stakes Betting Challenge or one of two available seats to the 2020 NHC in Las Vegas.
Finishing second was Andrew Berg with a final score of $5,119.40. He received a cash bonus of $6,188 in addition to his bankroll total, plus one of the two remaining contest seats.
Third with William Smith with $4,789. He received that sum plus a bonus of $4,732 plus the lone remaining contest seat.
Players could participate either live at Aqueduct Racetrack or online via NYRABETS.com. Here is a look at the Top 20 on the final leaderboard: