I have been trying to figure out how to essentially be a hedge fund sports bettor via placing two simultaneous bets, so that if either one wins, I profit. I have come up with what I believe to be the base formulas to solve the for what I am looking for but I have no idea how to set up the subsequent equations to solve back through the others.

Example:

USA to win money line is -190 ex: $19 Bet Pays $10 Profit

The Draw money line is +265 ex: $10 Bet Pays $26.50 Profit

This is represented by the following equations respectively

A*(100/(absolute value of B)) = C

or

A*(100/190) = C for the above example

X*Y/100 = Z

or

X*265/100 = Z for the above Example

Now in order to be Profitable I need to make sure that either bet pays better than equal money Represented by the following equation:

C-X = Z-A = 10

Variables Defined:

A = Bet amount on the negative money line

B = A known VARIABLE, The Value of the negative money line ie: -800, -125 etc.

C = Profit of negative money line payout only

X = Bet amount on plus money line

Y = A known VARIABLE, The value of the plus money line ie: +265, +500 etc.

Z = Profit of plus money line payout only

I have gotten close with a guess and check method that takes but a few minutes but time is money. For ease I have included it here.

$80 on USA Pays $42

$34 on the Draw Pays $90

If USA wins I profit $8

If a Draw I profit $10

So what I want to know is what is or are the secondary equations that allow me to solve each of the first equations to be able to net a $10 profit?

Obviously this seem excessive for $10 profits, however I have used small monies for ease of math. Please any help would be appreciated.

Thx in Advance

-TJ