I guess you still don't understand what I want to say, so lets see if I can explain it a little better.
I wrote that sentence in response to this message:
@LenanaPeak was suggesting to have a maxium VAR of 10% if underlying strategy has a VAR above 10%, and have a variable VAR if underlying strategy has a VAR bellow 10%, which means that Darwins (not underlying strategy) would have a variable VAR, and not a fixed one at 10%.
Now, considering a variable VAR for DARWINS (forget about underlying strategy), it is similar to invest 1.000 EUR into a Darwin with VAR 10%, than invest 5.000 EUR into a Darwin with VAR 2% (VAR 2% in Darwins doesn't exist right now, but it was what @LenanaPeak was proposing).
* 1.000 EUR * 10% = 100 eur maxium risk per month (statistically)
* 5.000 EUR * 2% = 100 eur maxium risk per month (statistically)
I hope I have explained this time a little better.
Does it makes sense now?