The biggest event on DRF Tournaments over the weekend was a Saturday qualifier for Keeneland&rsquo;s Grade 1 Gamble, where two players won packages worth $3,500, including buy&#45;ins for the Sunday, April 15, contest and $500 in travel.Tops in the field of 20 was Kevin Willett with $74.20. After a slow start he did most of his damage in the contest&rsquo;s second quarter, connecting with Sidepocket Action ($18 to place) in Santa Anita&rsquo;s fourth, Roberto Gato ($23.40 win&#45;place combined) in Oaklawn&rsquo;s seventh, and Conquest Sandman ($12.40) in Gulfstream&rsquo;s 11th. From there he topped up with four smaller collections, and he needed every dollar as the field was tightly bunched at the end with the top four players all within $5.Evan Barshack was the other qualifier to emerge from the pack. Through the first 10 races in the 12&#45;race sequence he was doing okay with four collections including Only Liquor ($17) in Oaklawn&rsquo;s sixth, but he was still firmly on the outside looking in. From there, however, he caught fire, first with Bad Student ($31.40) in Oaklawn&rsquo;s 10th, and then with Itsinthepost ($7) in the Grade 2 San Luis Rey, the same horse that had propelled Willett to victory as well. Keeneland was once again in focus on DRFT come Sunday afternoon where 10 players competed in a special contest whose prize pool featured only a Keeneland entry with no travel money. The big winner there was Robert Masterton, who got it done with a closing score of $50.80, just $2.80 clear of tournament veteran Lawrence Kahlden in second place.Masterton cashed in five of 12 races, with three of those scores returning double&#45;digits. His longest price was Private Prospect ($15.40) in Santa Anita&rsquo;s fifth, and he also got back $15.20 from Vilaro in Oaklawn&rsquo;s seventh. Unlike Saturday&rsquo;s affair, where picks could be changed along the way, the contest utilized the all&#45;in format, where all picks must be in before the scheduled post time of the first contest race. This was likely good news for Masterton as he hung on for the victory despite whiffing in the last two races. His pursuers were unable to switch their picks to shoot for his total.Also on Sunday, Chad Scianna won his $500 seat to the Wood Memorial Challenge at Aqueduct with a score of $86.60. He had two cashes over $20: Farhan Mura ($22.40) in Santa Anita&rsquo;s fourth, and Belvoir Bay ($23.40) in Santa Anita&rsquo;s eighth. He had three other hits as well, cruising to a comfortable win over $17.60 clear of Vincent Damelio, who finished with his two entries in second and third, both with $69. His two cards are an interesting sight as he played the exact same horses on each one &ndash; presumably he either really liked them and/or he didn&rsquo;t realize it was an all&#45;in contest and they were default picks. In any case, he hit in nine of the 12 races will smaller scores and will receive $340 in site credit for his efforts. Tournament action returns to DRF Tournaments on Wednesday. Go to tournaments.drf.com for a full list of all the games on offer.