if 1.61 represents the highest odds you're willing to accept, then viz a viz you have an upper acceptable liability. obviously, below 2 odds the bang for buck on fixed staking is (arguably) BETTER than staking by liability. HOWEVER, if you have an upper threshold (££), then just stake by liability to that amount and you'll seldom/ever go wrong...TraderAaron wrote: ↑Thu Nov 19, 2020 11:18 pmThanks for the advice. The lay bet for this strategy places at fixed odds of 1.61 as that’s the highest liability I’m willing to accept. This particular bet matched at 1.15 and would have made a nice little profit had this second rule triggered at ~1.58. I had my eye on it and I did manage to grab a smaller profit when I noticed it hadn’t triggered.
just my 2c (by liability )