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Jaiel last won the day on March 12

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  1. Jaiel


    I got you. So here is how the math works. Imagine S being a set of bonuses that are noted as pairs of bet and result. U is a subset of those elements in S which have a result lower than €0, as to mark them as not opened yet. O is a subset of S which have a result of €0 or more. Then we also have the starting balance and the current balance. With those balances we can calculate the amount to break even. And with that amount and the amount of unoponed slots we can calculate the break even amount every slot has to contribute to break even in total. With this break even amount per slot and the betsize of each slot we can calculate the break even x every slot has to contribute with respect to their betsize to break even. It's that easy. And here is some formulas I came up with. In the last line I pulled the breakeven amount per slot out of the sum formula and substituted break even per slot with the total break even divided by the amount of unopened slots because that formula looks much better than the longer ones. It also eliminates the need to calculate the break even per slot. (But as always you sometimes have to go a longer way and come up with long formula jsut to see in the end that you can crunch them down even further) Formulas: Example with 3 slots and the first slot already opened: Hope this makes it now even more clear how it is calculated. Have a good day!
  2. If you know how to code: I used JavaScript + VueJS + Electron + NodeJS. Thats for the tools used, the rest what you do with those is up to you and your skills.
  3. Jaiel


    The break even is calculated as the average of every single break even x of the unopened bonuses. The basis is the total break even amount divided by the amount of unopened slots to determine the break even amount each slots has to get and the x to get there is calculated for every unopened slot with respect to the betsize. I think that what you suggest can be called the ordinary break-even-x and what we do is the weigthed break-even-x because it takes the different betsizes of each slot into account instead of jsut going with the average betsize. In the beginning we had both numbers on the list even but dropped the ordinary one off because the weigthed makes more sense to me. tl;dr: Imagine there is a break-even-x in the list for every slot behind the "Multi" column, we add them togetehr and divide that sum by the amount of still unopened slots to get to the overall break-even-x. -> Just like we do to get the average multiplier in the end
  4. There is no public API and no free of charge giving away of data is planned in the near future for now
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