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A channel defines the types of games where the trigger can operate.
You can set a trigger to be executed in a specific channel or in two or more channels.
You can select one of the following options:
The first option will make the trigger be executed in all channels that are being refreshed. The next 5 options indicate that a trigger will be executed in both standard and turbo channels of the appropriate games. The rest 9 options define the particular channel in which a trigger should be executed.
Next to the above drop-down list you can see another list for defining the type of market that the trigger will be applied to.
All channels except Poker and Blackjack support a so-called "side bets" market, where you can bet on selections that predict special situations in a game. You can specify the type of market that the trigger must execute its action in. If you choose "Side Bets", for instance, the trigger will pick the selections from the "side bets" market only and do what is set in its "Action" only within that type of market. However it will still be able to check parameters of the "Main Bets" market and access its selections.
For example, you want to lay "Natural Win" in Baccarat if both Player and Banker have zero points in the second round. In that case you can set the channel and market to "Baccarat, Side Bets" and selection to "Natural Win". Then add the following trigger condition:
Player Points is equal to 0
and Banker Points is equal to 0
Even though the trigger will place a bet only in "Side Bets", it will still check the points of the two selections from the "Main Bets" market. This is what makes X-Feeder's triggered betting so efficient.
Use "Main and Side" option only if you really want to place bets in both types of markets with one trigger.