Weight of Money as Stored Value

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WisdomOfCrowds
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Hi everyone,

In Guardian I've set up a rule where: "Weight of Money Condition" is less than 50%.

I'd like to store the actual value of the condition (say 45%, 40% 33%) at the time the bet triggers.

I can't see an option to create a stored value based on the Weight of Money Condition. Is it possible to do this?

Many thanks in advance.
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Dallas
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The value itself isn't available as a stored value, but you can use stored values to make the same calculation by storing the value of the total of the money available on the back side divided by the total of the money available on both sides.

e.g. If the back money available is £100 at best price, £150 2nd best price and £175 at 3rd best price
and the lay money available is £75 at best price, £100 at 2nd best price and £125 at 3rd best price

Then WOM = (£100 + £150 + £175) / (£100 + £150 + £175 + £75 + £100 + £125) = £425 / £725 = 58.6%
WisdomOfCrowds
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Dallas wrote:
Wed Jan 25, 2023 3:52 pm
The value itself isn't available as a stored value, but you can use stored values to make the same calculation by storing the value of the total of the money available on the back side divided by the total of the money available on both sides.

e.g. If the back money available is £100 at best price, £150 2nd best price and £175 at 3rd best price
and the lay money available is £75 at best price, £100 at 2nd best price and £125 at 3rd best price

Then WOM = (£100 + £150 + £175) / (£100 + £150 + £175 + £75 + £100 + £125) = £425 / £725 = 58.6%
Thanks Dallas - much appreciated.

I thought that would be the way around it but hoped I wouldn't have to create various values along the way to get to the full back and lay totals.

In your example, the weight of money to be matched on the back side (£425) is greater than the money on the lay side (£300). In those circumstances, shouldn't the result be < 50%?

Is the WOM (£75 + £100 + £125) / (£100 + £150 +£175 + £75 + £100 + £125) = £300 / £725 = 41.4%?

Cheers.
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