perhaps not the best choice of context
I think he's attempting a reference to the more (often easy) money than experience/ skills/respect for the sport thing that we all know is out there.??
We've seen and heard the stories right here on the board of rookies with cash going out and buying a 80-90-100 MPH floating "toy"
Of course the only time it's brought to light is when something bad happens involving this particular demographic, and most often it's in the everyday/weekend recreational world, not poker runs...and all too often alchohol has been involved.
but still, how many of these accidents waiting to happen are out there? and how much more fuel are we adding to the potential fire making it so easy to buy that kind of speed at the corner dealer?