Tennis retirement

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Arboman
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Tennis retirement
« on: September 23, 2015, 12:04:25 AM »

Hi,
I am curious if this occurs more often on the heavy favorite or on the underdog? The underdog is more likely to give up and the higher odds create a higher liability which means more risk.... In general how can I adjust optimally if I use two books with different terms (the first one keeps and the second one voids)?

Today this happened twice, once I got back 200 euro and the other time I lost 780 euro , which is not cool  :-\
(I know I can use books with identical terms , but they don't produce as many opportunities)
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Re: Tennis retirement
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2015, 07:42:32 AM »

Underdogs retire way more than favs, although when you got a 1/20 fav its worth taking the chance.  But I leave any favs 1.5 and higher not worth the risks.
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