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Texas Holdem

I'm sure I'm not the only one (of a certain age) who remembers watching the goings on in the Ewing family in Southfork back in the 80's. I'll leave you younger folk to Google it but Dallas was regular viewing as we tuned in to find out who shot JR. Dallas was also the end for JFK so here's hoping our two teams have more success getting through the city that is a couple of hundred miles away.


P2S completed 119 miles yesterday and remain in front, reaching the town of Jayton where they found time for a quick game of American Football against the locals.



Mini Inn recorded a rare 'win' in the daily mileage stakes with 138 miles completed. Still leaves them over 80 miles behind so they spent the night redefining their race strategy in the town of Tahoka. It's a simple formula, get most of your team out and the miles happen. All but 4 of the Mini Inn team logged miles yesterday. You don't need big individual miles to win this race, just regular doses of 6's and 7's. Still time to reel them in!





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