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Lay liabilty
« on: 14 Feb 2016, 22:54 »
Hi
I have looked and tried a couple of terms with no luck, what is the term used for the liability of my lay bet so I can use the term to calculate the back bet needed to cover the liability? Like max_liab/back_price-1.
Further to this is the action 'stop refreshing markets' the best and neatest way to stop the whole trigger after one block has fired?
I would as a beginner like to add it is fun trying to create your own triggers, and I have purchased a couple with excellent service, but as I have found you can keep tinkering with them, they are not cast in stone, and defining the parameters more and more so your bets become more and more selective and therefore hopefully a better win percentage
Mike

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Re: Lay liabilty
« Reply #1 on: 15 Feb 2016, 17:23 »
Hi
Lay liability: bm_laya*(bm_layp-1)

Nothing wrong with stop refreshing market if you want to retain the markets in My Markets.
You can use other ways, I use delete market when every selection is green, and don't need old markets for recovery etc. example:
Action: Delete Market
Conditions:
every selections back unmatched is equal to 0
and every selections lay unmatched is equal to 0
and every selections profit/loss is greater than 0
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Re: Lay liabilty
« Reply #2 on: 15 Feb 2016, 18:53 »
Hi
Thanks for that so

(bm_laya*(bm_layp-1)/back_price)

will give the amount to back to cover the liability on the lay bet?
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Re: Lay liabilty
« Reply #3 on: 15 Feb 2016, 19:13 »
hi
(bm_laya*(bm_layp-1))/(back_price-1)


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Re: Lay liabilty
« Reply #4 on: 15 Feb 2016, 19:22 »
Hi
Many thanks will give that a bash tonight
Mike

 

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