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You can create your own Average Line for Trading from the odds of different sportsbooks available. Here is an example of how you can configure the average price for each sport:


Soccer: Bookie1 (0.5) + Bookie2 (2.5) + Bookie3 (1.5) + Bookie4 (6.5)
Tennis: Bookie2 (1.5) + Bookie5 (1.5) + Bookie6 (1.5) + Bookie4 (6.5)
Hockey: Bookie7 (1.5) + Bookie8 (1.5) + Bookie1 (1.5) + Bookie4 (6.5)


*You can also drill down to a league level and set separate groups of bookies to be taken into calculation.
**You can apply different margins to each group of markets by your desire and attach this group to a championship or the whole sport.


Set the minimum total weight to calculate and populate the average price: for example 4.5. This weight can potentially be unreachable if an event is not offered by a number of bookies in the formula. For example, if a Tennis event is not offered by Bookie2 and Bookie4, it means that 0*1.5 + 1*1.5 + 1*1.5 + 0*6.5 < 4.5, so the price won’t be populated. But if there are enough bookies to calculate the Average price, here is how it will be calculated. If a Tennis event is traded by all four bookies, we will calculate the AVG price by the formula: 1/((1/Bookie2price x 1.5 + 1/Bookie5price x 1.5 + 1/Bookie6price x 1.5 + 1/Bookie4price x 6.5) / 4)


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