Saturday was a chalky day on DRF Tournaments but Tim Darnell and Ken Jordan aren&rsquo;t complaining. Each player won a $5,000 seat to the $1 million, no&#45;takeout World Championship of Handicapping from a 24&#45;entry Grade 1 qualifier. Darnell, who finished with $53.70, got off to a great start, collecting in the first three contest events. His biggest price came in the very first race with Competitiveness ($14.20) in Aqueduct&rsquo;s fifth. The critical race was the anchor leg, Tampa&rsquo;s 10th, where Darnell picked wire&#45;to&#45;wire winner Teach Me Tonight ($12.40), pushing himself into the qualification zone.Jordan was leading heading into the last after a most unusual afternoon. He got something back in seven contest races, mostly just dribs and drabs. His biggest price was Struth ($11.60) in Laurel&rsquo;s eighth. It&rsquo;s not too often you&rsquo;ll see a qualifying score of $44.70 (Jordan&rsquo;s total) and less likely still that the player in question will collect in seven of 12 spots.The third through fifth finishers &ndash; Ken Taylor ($800), John Millili ($800), and Marc Racenstein ($400, yes that&rsquo;s his real name) &ndash; all received site credit to fuel their future contest play.Saturday also saw the start of qualifying for the Pegasus World Cup Betting Challenge on DRFT, with two players feeding into next Sunday&rsquo;s Round 1 qualifier. The feeders and Round 1&rsquo;s have a player&#45;favorable qualifying ratio of one prize to five entries. Pegasus feeders will resume on Wednesday.On Sunday on DRFT, Billie Bailey won an entry to the Horse Player World Series on DRFT. Bailey finished with $75.50 in the field of 27. Bailey managed five collections in the 12&#45;race event, the longest of which was Mucho Prospect ($29.80) in Gulfstream&rsquo;s ninth. Bailey&rsquo;s Vegas spot was secured by place points on Nonno Nino ($8) in the anchor leg. Two players &ndash; second&#45;place finisher Michael Foster ($69.50) and third&#45;place finisher, former HPWS champ Dan Kaplan ($58.40) &ndash; won $500 in site credit in the tournament as well.DRF Tournaments will be open for business again on Wednesday with a free way for players to start their journeys to the $1 million WCH. There are also feeders and Round 1 games every operating day. For the WCH Round 1&rsquo;s, players put up $95 and one in seven move forward to the next Grade 1, which advances one in 10 the finals. The next Grade 1 will be on Saturday, Dec. 16.Qualifying will also continue for the Pegasus Betting Challenge and the Horse Player World Series. The next HPWS qualifier takes place on Saturday, Dec 23., and players can feed in for $11, with one in 10 entries moving ahead.For a list of everything going on at DRFT, check out tournaments.drf.com.