The main expectation behind this is that the prices of tennis players may change dramatically between the games, so there is often a chance that the favourite loses its position and the underdog comes forward as the new favourite (and thus his/her price drops). They sometimes swap places several times during the match.
At 3 minutes before the start of a horse race, place three Lay Dutching bets on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th favourites. Green them up as soon as possible.
Use triggers to place two rounds of Dutching in the same market, to the specified target profit.
The main idea I'm playing with is the chance to compensate one selection's losses by the other selection's profits in a highly liquid market.
This is a short case study dedicated to uncompleted back Dutchings.
Place back bets on selected runners to win or lose a fixed amount, but at their lay prices.
Lay on selected runners to an equal profit. If the bets end up with a loss, recoup this loss in the next markets.
This example is an extension of the standard Auto-Dutching tool of MarketFeeder Pro. While this tool solves the majority of tasks related to Dutching, you may want to further tune it up, so a trigger will be a better solution.
Back-Dutch selections, whose price is less than 7.0, provided that there are at least two selections to Dutch.
Lay-Dutch on all selections except the three favourites, in a race with 10 or more runners, if they make a lay book of 40% or less. Lay to the maximum loss of £20.
At a certain time before the start of an event find selections in the specified price range, whose cumulative book percentage fits into the given minimum and maximum, and place back Dutch bets on them to win a fixed profit or alternatively to stay within a fixed liability.
This is an exact opposite of Lay Dutching with loss recoupment. Beware though that when you do back Dutching, your liability can be way higher than the amount you're looking to win.
If you are struggling to find a market where Dutching would be possible, this trigger example is for you!
Lay on two selections whose prices fell below 2.0, to win a fixed amount of money if any of them wins.
Lay on the third and fourth favourites in the races with 9 or more runners, if the price of the fourth favourite is no higher than 9.0. Place the bets at 5 mins before the off.
Take a race with 6 runners. Put runners No 1, 3 and 5 in one group, and runners 2, 4, 6 - in another group. Note which group has lower aggregate odds, then Dutch-back this group.