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Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« on: Sat, 07 December, 2013, 18:38 »
Has this kind of trigger already been made?

1. Back under 0.5 goals with x amount
2. After goal has been scored, back under 1.5 goals with amount of x+y so the profit will be 10%
3. After goal, back under 2.5 goals with x+y+z to get original 10% profit
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same till the highest available U-market (for example 8.5).

Though after x minutes this will change to 1.5 -> 3.5 -> 5.5 and so on.

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #3 on: Sun, 08 December, 2013, 21:20 »
The program seems to be working now.

I use http://marketfeeder.co.uk/solutions/staking-plans/lay-total-goals/

mcbee, I want the trigger to check the same Under 2.5 as in U3.5, Correct Score trigger, so can I add these in "Initialising totalloss" block?

Selection's Trigger Expression uo2.51_market_parent_id_1_back_price is equal or greater than muo

Global User Variables uo2.51_market_parent_id are set

Do I need something else for it?

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #4 on: Mon, 09 December, 2013, 15:20 »
The program seems to be working now.

I use http://marketfeeder.co.uk/solutions/staking-plans/lay-total-goals/

mcbee, I want the trigger to check the same Under 2.5 as in U3.5, Correct Score trigger, so can I add these in "Initialising totalloss" block?

Selection's Trigger Expression uo2.51_market_parent_id_1_back_price is equal or greater than muo

Global User Variables uo2.51_market_parent_id are set

Do I need something else for it?

Apparently not...

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #5 on: Mon, 09 December, 2013, 15:45 »
hi
sorry, i thought that this was for markv.
i will look at it later and see what needs altering.


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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #6 on: Tue, 10 December, 2013, 20:53 »
hi GoalScorer
what do you want to check in the under/over 2.5

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #7 on: Wed, 11 December, 2013, 10:44 »
hi GoalScorer
what do you want to check in the under/over 2.5

mcbee

That Under 2.5 is equal or greater than 2. So less chance for 7 or more goals.

Also:

There are usually three total goals market. For example Barcelona-Celtic game Barcelona Total Goals, Total Goals and Celtic Total Goals.

Is it possible to modify the trigger to understand which team scores when for example "Barcelona Total Goals" is selected. Or should I remove other than just "Total Goals" markets?

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #8 on: Wed, 11 December, 2013, 12:15 »
hi
don't you mean under is equal or less than 2, because if it is greater, then it means that punters think there will be lots of goals.

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #9 on: Wed, 11 December, 2013, 12:17 »
hi
don't you mean under is eaqual or less than 2, because if it is greater, then it means that punters think there will be lots of goals.

mcbee

Hmm.. Does "less than 2" mean for example 2.50 or 1.50?

Of course I mean it should be bigger than 2...

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #10 on: Wed, 11 December, 2013, 13:03 »
hi
if the price for the under 2.5 is 1.50 or less, then i thought that the punters think there wont be many goals,(ideal for lay betting total goals)
but if the price is more than 2.00 , then the punters think there will be lots of goals (not good for betting total goals.
so if for example the under is 25% less than the over, then there should be less goals according to the punters.
under=1.87
over  =2.50
or have i got it wrong

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #11 on: Wed, 11 December, 2013, 13:13 »
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if the price for the under 2.5 is 1.50 or less, then i thought that the punters think there wont be many goals,(ideal for lay betting total goals)
but if the price is more than 2.00 , then the punters think there will be lots of goals (not good for betting total goals.
so if for example the under is 25% less than the over, then there should be less goals according to the punters.
under=1.87
over  =2.50
or have i got it wrong

mcbee

No you haven't but does Under 2.5 is equal or greater than 2 mean

1.50 or 2.50

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The condition sounds bit stupid if greater than 2 is for example 1...  ;D ::)

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #12 on: Wed, 11 December, 2013, 13:28 »
hi
is equal or greater than 2
means more than 2
so 2.50 is more than 2
we are not interested in the Under 2.5 as this is just a selection name
we are interested in the Under 2.5 selections price and we want it to be less than 2

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #13 on: Wed, 11 December, 2013, 13:33 »
hi
is equal or greater than 2
means more than 2
so 2.50 is more than 2
we are not interested in the Under 2.5 as this is just a selection name
we are interested in the Under 2.5 selections price and we want it to be less than 2

mcbee

Ok.. But the selection's index is 2... So it has been correct all the time.. Sorry if I wrote incorrect.

So there isn't anything other wrong which I added?

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Re: Back U0.5 -> U1.5 -> U2.5 etc
« Reply #14 on: Wed, 11 December, 2013, 13:44 »
hi
the selections index for UNDER is 1
so do you want the index 1 ( Under 2.5) to be LESS THAN x
i have made a trigger to check the price difference between the over and under, if the price of the under is x percent less than the over price
i have a trigger ready to alter and tested, but i need to be sure that it is the correct selection to check the price.

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