The Greyhound Bookie System
Take a Greyhound 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 (lower chances for winning), then Dutch-back this group.
The idea is to back on the three selections with the most attractive prices.
For example, you want to enter this market:
So you add up 100/11.0 + 100/20.0 + 100/11.5 = 22.79 and compare that to 100/5.4 + 100/2.34 + 100/6.4 = 76.88. As 22.79 is less than 76.88, you back on "1. Waxa", "3. Ill Be Good" and "5. Bransa Mason".
Here are some constants you can use to adjust the settings:
|s1||Index of selection 1 in first group|
|s2||Index of selection 2 in first group|
|s3||Index of selection 3 in first group|
|s4||Index of selection 1 in second group|
|s5||Index of selection 2 in second group|
|s6||Index of selection 3 in second group|
|btb||Time to place the bet before the off in seconds|
|bt||Bet type w=dutch win amount l=dutch liability|
Triggers in Action
And here is an example of how the bets might look.