Not sure you are calculating that correctly. Your platform should have a Fibonacci extension tool and to draw that 113% level you activate that tool, and click on the bottom of the diagonal red line that I drew, click on the top, and then again back at the bottom and that will plot your stop loss. My trade rules put the stop loss at 1.22897 (or 1.2290 if you round to the nearest pip).
Entry is at the open of the bar after the completion bar closes. In this case that is 1.19472 (or 1.1947) or where the candle immediately after the completion candle opens. The market has moved away from the entry so this isn’t a current trade - it was just a good example to illustrate the rules.
Target 1 is at 1.14254 and target 2 is at 1.10237. Pips from entry to target 1 are 512 pips and pips from entry to target 2 are 924 pips. Pips from entry to stop loss are 343 pips. T1 has a reward to risk ratio of 1.49 and target 2 has a reward to risk ratio of 4.18.
I can see where you think there is another double top forming but it has a downward leg prior to it. That is not a valid pattern in my rules because I require the bullish impulse leg prior to the formation of the pattern. Now there is a potential for a double bottom to form based on the 10/06/2017 bar being the trigger bar. If price action comes down to retest the low of that bar and puts in an RSI value > 50 then we would have a valid double bottom. It would be a small trade as the leg (from the double top trigger bar to the 10/06/17 low) prior to the pattern is a very short leg.
My rules for a double top/bottom only require a high, followed by a lower low, followed by a rest of that high at the end of an impulse/anchor leg (bullish for double top, bearish for double bottom). That pattern could take place in three candlesticks or 15 candlesticks - that doesn’t matter to me. As long as one bar closes below the low of the trigger bar, then price comes back up to test the zone between the high and the close of the trigger without closing above the close of the trigger bar, then it’s valid.
Edit: I think I might have misunderstood your post. If you look at the 9/8/17 bar you see the high at 1.2092 and the close at 1.2040. The completion bar on 9/20/17 hits the 1.2040 with its high, that is why that is a valid double top pattern according to my rules. The high of the completion bar must touch or exceed the close of the trigger bar, and the close of the completion bar must not touch or exceed the close of the trigger bar.