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    #16
    Thanks, but I couldn't find any for the purpose I want.

    Koffieboer :?:

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      #17
      I don't understand why you want the draw to have equal profit, since it is a cover. Aren't you completely sure the clear win will occur? Why bet on it in the first place? What I'm trying to say is: there is no standard way in which clear wins are covered. One time with equal profit, and the other time for the draw to end as if it was a refund. Can't you calculate this without a calculator? The youth of these days isn't capable of mindcalculation. In the past, everything was better... We were taught tables, there were no computers. I remember the winter of 1958, where you hadn't much time to decide how much to bet. The poor mindcalculators went broke and only real bettors stayed in business.
      KOFFIEBOER, YOU ARE MONSTER

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        #18
        Originally posted by Koffieboer
        I don't understand why you want the draw to have equal profit, since it is a cover. Aren't you completely sure the clear win will occur? Why bet on it in the first place? What I'm trying to say is: there is no standard way in which clear wins are covered. One time with equal profit, and the other time for the draw to end as if it was a refund. Can't you calculate this without a calculator? The youth of these days isn't capable of mindcalculation. In the past, everything was better... We were taught tables, there were no computers. I remember the winter of 1958, where you hadn't much time to decide how much to bet. The poor mindcalculators went broke and only real bettors stayed in business.
        :lol: :lol: :lol:

        Good old days.... :lol:
        Ken Rosenberg: Of course my client looks guilty. Just because he looks guilty doesn't mean he is. You look like an idiot, but that doesn't mean you are.

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          #19
          Well why bet on coverbets "double chance" (1X, X2, 12) at all then? Sometimes I make my own double chance (equal profit on both outcomes) and sometimes I make my own level ball with straight 1X2 odds, but I just think it would be a lot easier if there was an online calculator for this. Perhaps you know how to calculate this very fast, but I always think the best way is the easiest way!

          This is how I would like the calculator to look like:

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          Double chance

          Fill in the odds (1X2) here:

          1 <INPUT TYPE="text" SIZE="5">
          X <INPUT TYPE="text" SIZE="5">
          2 <INPUT TYPE="text" SIZE="5">

          Choose bet:

          <INPUT TYPE="radio" >1X
          <INPUT TYPE="radio" >X2
          <INPUT TYPE="radio" >12

          Type your total stake here (optional):

          <INPUT TYPE="text" SIZE="7">

          <INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE="Calculate!">

          Result:

          Odds: <INPUT TYPE="text" SIZE="5">

          Stake on 1: <INPUT TYPE="text" SIZE="5">
          Stake on X: <INPUT TYPE="text" SIZE="5">
          Stake on 2: <INPUT TYPE="text" SIZE="5">

          -------------------------------------------------------

          This is just an example of how it could look like.

          I think it's better to put the fields horizontal instead of vertical (like this), but I didn't do it like that because then I would have to use tables.

          If the total stake hasn't been typed, then the result (stake on each bet) will come out as %.

          The calculator for level ball (stake back on draw) would look simular, but of course only 2 options under "Choose bet": Home and away.

          It's not necessary to type the odds for the home win if you want to calculate the odds for X2.

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            #20
            I found exactly what I was looking for here:

            http://www.annabet.com/php/covercalc.php

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