Betfair Bots

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muske
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Betfair Bots

Post by muske » Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:34 pm

Anyone use them?

Good or bad experiences or a particular one you'd recommend?

Thanks

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Re: Betfair Bots

Post by theborrower » Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:10 pm

They rave about BETANGEL and doesnt look too badly priced at £200 a year,if you are going to use it ti its full potential :thumbs

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Re: Betfair Bots

Post by muske » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:04 pm

Cheers for that.

I'm just having a fumble around with BetBotPro - free 5 day trial.

Seems okay so far but not sure it has as many bells and whistles as that BetAngel.....

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Col
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Re: Betfair Bots

Post by Col » Fri Mar 04, 2011 9:17 pm

I think betfair have a free one, don't they.

I've never used one.

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Re: Betfair Bots

Post by muske » Wed Jul 06, 2011 7:39 pm

Well after a few months of playing around with BetBotPro and BetAngel, its BBPro for me.

I have no affiliation to BBP, merely posting so that others may find a use for something they've never really explored before, like I hadn't before March this year.

Angel certainly has plenty of features and no doubt more functionality than BBP, its just the shear simplicity that I like with BBP.

I'm sure there are folks on here, knowing more about racing than I do, who could benefit from a tool like this.

I'm predominantly a numbers man, give me data and stats over form every day.

Basically if you can plot the data using some analysis tool, you can probably feed it into BBP and get it to place bets for you using your rules.

"In God we trust....everyone else bring data" ;)

Just some examples of the types of things you can do with this:

Lay 1st to "x" fave
Lay 1st to "x" fave if there are "y" runners
Lay 1st to "x" fave if another "x" fave has odds greater to or less than "z"

Lay trap or stall numbers in any combination - I'm sure knowledgable folks would have data showing that such a stall at some course rarely wins?

Best of all you can run your scenario's in Simulation mode to prove things out before using real money.

Stop Losses or Stop Profits can be set.

To sum up for now, I think this is great if you are inclined to this type of betting - setting rules basically.

Before you dash off to take a look, I think Col has a link coming. :cheers

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Re: Betfair Bots

Post by Col » Thu Jul 07, 2011 6:37 am

Funny you should say that muske ;) I do as it happens.

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Re: Betfair Bots

Post by Matt » Thu Jul 07, 2011 9:08 pm

Apologies if it's a stupid question, but how much do you pay for these things?

I'm doing something new that a bot might help with, but I've never used one before.

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Re: Betfair Bots

Post by muske » Fri Jul 08, 2011 6:03 am

Hi Matt

BetBotPro is £99 but is only for Dogs and Horses

BetAngel I think was £149

Both have free trials though for a week and Angel I think you can trial for a full month for something like a tenner.

If you don't want to reveal your plans thats fine, but be happy to try to answer questions.

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