Working wit 2 different markets in same event

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goldfinch77
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Not sure how to do this so I will ask if anyone else knows.

At any given time I want to take the Back price on the CS ( say 2-1) and divide by the LTD then save this as a SV.

I have a hare brained idea and want to see if will work.

Thanks

Andy
sniffer66
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You'll need to use Stored Values "for the Event"
So store the current price for 2-1 in the CS market for it's row number, same for the Draw in the MO Market. Updating constantly or as a one off at x time

Then in the rule for the market you want to use the result SV, use both "Event" SV's to do your calc and set the result as an SV

You could create a separate BAF for each market but you could also create a single one and use a Text Comparison condition for each SV set rule to only run on the required market i.e Contains "Match Odds" etc. Then you only have one baf to apply to all markets
goldfinch77
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Sniffer66, thanks for the quick reply.

I have stored the 2 SV's with different names.

I cannot work out where I can do the division, ie divide one by the other and then store this as the 3rd SV

I looked at all rules, parameters and conditions but can see anything.

Could you please point me in the right direction.

Thanks

Andy
sniffer66
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Stored Value Tab Andy - like this:

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Not sure what context you want to use the FinalValue in so you may want to change the config for that SV (selection\market\event etc)
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goldfinch77
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Sniffer66.

That's exactly what I was looking for !!, many thanks for that.

Andy
sniffer66
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goldfinch77 wrote:
Thu Oct 07, 2021 11:57 am
Sniffer66.

That's exactly what I was looking for !!, many thanks for that.

Andy
No probs :D

Cheers
Stu
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