Saturday&rsquo;s World Championship of Handicapping qualifier on DRF Tournaments came down to the wire: The final scores showed a dead heat between Gary Wissig and Russ Axelrod, both of whom finished with exactly $86.40. Each player had the same number of winners, so the second tiebreaker had to be employed. In the end, Wissig had a higher total mutuel between all the win horses he selected so he wins the $5,000 seat to the big&#45;money, no&#45;takeout online championship event. Axelrod had to settle for $1,200 in site credit. The third and fourth finishers also get site credit, with Ken Seeman getting $1,200 and Andrew Muhlada, $600.Wissig had six collections overall, the largest of which was Dublinthepleasure ($37 win&#45;place combined). Those were his only points in the first six contest races. Then he hit with Classic Rock ($21.20), and finished out with three straight hits: Chanteline ($16.80), Strike Power ($6.40), and Bold Prophet ($5).Axelrod had two collections in the first six races with Shoe Loves Shoe ($15) and place capper Just Whistle ($22). From there his card was the same as Wissig&rsquo;s. The extra dollars from Dublinthepleasure&rsquo;s win price made the difference in the end. Tough beat for Axelrod, who needed a mere dime win or place on Shoe Loves Shoe or Just Whistle to net out an extra $3,800 but hey, that&rsquo;s horse racing.Also on Saturday, Thomas Murphy won into the Keeneland Grade 1 Gamble with a score of $99.80 in a hard&#45;fought event. In a contest of only 10 entries the top four were separated by just over $5. In the Gotham qualifier, Jeff Bussan won his way into next weekend&rsquo;s $500 live&#45;bank event at Aqueduct.Anthony Trezza, aka Doczilla, was the big winner in a full slate of action on Sunday. He won a seat to next Sunday&rsquo;s Stronach Group Ultimate Betting Challenge in a last&#45;chance qualifier. The contest takes place at both Santa Anita and Gulfstream, but Trezza, a New Yorker, plans to make the journey to south Florida. Trezza finished with $108.40 in a robust field of 36. He played three of those entries and got off to a good start in catching a cap horse in Gulfstream&rsquo;s eighth, Smarter ($64), on one of them. At that point he put most of his emphasis on that card and started putting his top selections/most likely winners on it. He managed five more cashes before going cold later in the contest but it didn&rsquo;t matter.Michael Ray also won a UBC seat. Ray, a tournament vet who won the very first Horse Player World Series, had four hits, including Smarter. He ended with $93.80. Ray will compete in the UBC from Santa Anita, an easy drive from his home in Las Vegas.Also on Sunday, Mike McIntyre won into Keeneland&rsquo;s Grade 1 Gamble in a low&#45;scoring affair with a total of $55.80. That contest was limited to 10 players. It&rsquo;s interesting to note that any of the top six from the UBC contest would have won the Keeneland event had they elected to multi&#45;table and gotten in before it filled.Finally, the last&#45;chance Gotham contest went to Pete Acocella, who blew the roof off in the 13&#45;runner contest with a score of $130. He had five hits in all, including Smarter and the other big price in the sequence, Day by Day ($37.60) in Gulfstream&rsquo;s ninth.Contest action returns to DRF Tournaments of Wednesday with a free chance to start your journey to the World Championship of Handicapping. To see all the games on offer, go to tournaments.drf.com.