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Multiple lays as opposed to singular lays

Postby CURLEYKID » Wed May 08, 2024 9:23 pm

Hi everyone,

So I bet inrunning on horse racing and I was wondering about the following. On Gruss we have the one click betting afforded to us by virtue of the custom columns. However the custom columns only allow you to lay one horse individually. What I would like to be able to do is to lay multiple horses at the click of a button. Two or more ideally. Is this possible ? And if it is not could it be developed please ?

I'd be interested to have any ones feedback on this

Thanks

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Re: Multiple lays as opposed to singular lays

Postby GaryRussell » Thu May 09, 2024 9:10 am

Would there be conditions that have to be met for it to decide to lay each horse or would you pre-select them with something like a tick box?
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Re: Multiple lays as opposed to singular lays

Postby CURLEYKID » Fri May 10, 2024 11:22 am

Hi Gary. Thanks for the response. Maybe what you could do is just drag and drop the individual horses into a custom column that is set up at a fixed price that would then lay both the horses you put into that column. Could that be designed please ?
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