« Reply #2 on: August 21, 2014, 06:42:15 PM »
Thanks for the quick reply. But I guess didn't explain well my question.
My doubt was, how can we make a "synthetic" AH+1 when we only have AH+0.75 and AH+1.25 available, or we suspect the AH+1 odd is not attractive.
After doing some math, I think found the solution.
Considering we have
Odds1 = AH+0.75 odds
where we originally wanted to bet:
OddsT = AH+1 odds
StakeT = Total Stake we wanted to bet on AH+1
We just need to:
First: Bet StakeT/Odds1 on AH+0.75
Second: Bet StakeT-StakeT/Odds1 on AH+1.25
Take as an example tonights match: Lokeren (Bel) - Hull City (Eng)
You have AH+0.75 with odd 1.45
You have AH+1.25 with odd 1.22
(AH+1 quotes on a horrible 1.26 odds)
Imagine you wanted to bet 100€ on AH+1.
All you have to do is to bet:
1- 100/1.45 on AH+0.75
2- 100-100/1.45 on AH+1.25
It makes sense now?