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    summer10
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    Half Point Calculator help

    Hey all,

    I use the half point calculator religiously. But I have a problem where sometimes I put in the info needed (type, spread,juice, sport) but the numbers that read back to me will read all the same. For instance, if a total in CFB is 55 -110, and I hit calculate, the numbers that are read below still stay -110, for the dog and fave.

    What am I doing wrong? Can someone help??

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    LT Profits
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    Probably because there is not enough data for the higher spreads/totals, and also remember the higher the number, the less value the half-point has.
    Last edited by LT Profits; 09-16-19 at 10:56 AM. Reason: typo, "value"

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    Thx for the response!

    It happens as well with low spreads as well. Itís weird...

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    Quote Originally Posted by summer10 View Post
    Thx for the response!

    It happens as well with low spreads as well. It’s weird...
    Give an example where it is happening with low spread

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    Eh, I guess I was wrong. It's just sometimes it doesn't work. If it gives me -110 for every point, does that mean there is no data available for what I'm trying to find?

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    Quote Originally Posted by summer10 View Post
    Eh, I guess I was wrong. It's just sometimes it doesn't work. If it gives me -110 for every point, does that mean there is no data available for what I'm trying to find?
    Usually means too little data and should really only happen with very large spreads/totals

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