Is this a cross market?

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tora0515
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Is this a cross market?
« on: December 08, 2015, 02:50:29 AM »

Hi all,

For a soccer match, assuming the odds are arbable:

Bookie 1: Correct Score: 0-0
Bookie 2: Team 1: Draw no bet
Bookie 3: Team 2: AH +0.5

0-0: win at bookie 1 and bookie 3.
Draw other than 0-0: win at bookie 3
Team 1 wins by any margin: win at bookie 2
Team 2 wins by any margin: win at bookie 3

Am I missing anything? Is this really cross market or did I just add a correct score to a regular arb?

Thanks for looking.
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Re: Is this a cross market?
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2015, 03:07:59 AM »

nope, you butchered it; theoretically bet2&3 is a half point middle which realistically you will never find. Bet 1 is just a random bet and has no place in your arb.
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Re: Is this a cross market?
« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2015, 03:12:50 AM »

Hi cristi13,

Thanks for looking. I'll scrap that idea and keep trying. Much appreciated  :D

So far the only real one I've come up with is team one clean sheet and team two 1 or more goals, and that is hardly original...haha.
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