• Intuitive and Customizable User Interface

    Choose one of three user interfaces for your betfair trading. Create your application workspace for trading on ladders, or for betfair bot execution.

  • Quick Navigation and Browsing Through Betfair Markets

    Create your favourite events to browse quickly for markets you want to trade on. Searching, sorting and filtering is supported across the entire application on any data.

  • Support for Trading on Multiple Markets Simultaneously

    Monitoring odds trend for chosen market selections and watching for current profit on open bet positions. Possibility to close bet position on a market selection, on entire market or on all open bet positions.

  • Trading Tools and Betfair Bots, Support for Automated Trading

    Placing dutch bets, closing a bet position on selection or on entire market. Be the firts in queue, Tick offset, Drip feeding, Trading bots, Trailing stop loss and more than ten other betfair bots. Tools for automated trading and betfair strategies.

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    Take winnings early or cut losses. Cash Out singles and accumulators. You're in control - you decide. Automatically get the best prices from The Exchange the moment you place your Sportsbook bets. Win or lose, we'll match your first bet with a free bet up to £50.

Welcome to betfair trading software.

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  • allendaz
    9/10/2016 1:06:57 AM

    A key challenge for traders is finding relevant form & historical data on their chosen sport/racing that will allow them to develop a strategy to give them the edge.  Data visualisation can help a user to quickly gain insights to identify such data. The SandDance tool looks useful for this purpose.

  • franznem
    9/9/2016 9:31:49 PM

    i thought it was a good trigger to test if it works..which big project you will start ?

  • Stefan
    9/9/2016 9:04:15 PM

    And what would you do with that?  

    Frankly to say I am not quite sure you understand what you can see on those videos. Those videos were actually made to report my progress on quite big project I am working on now for couple weeks. 

  • Stefan
    9/4/2016 7:49:41 PM

    Yes, I developed similar app/bot for MySQL as well.

  • mamendola75
    9/4/2016 5:36:17 PM

    Hi Stefan,

    is not possible make the same on MYSQL Database?

    Bye Vincent

     

  • Stefan
    9/1/2016 4:52:06 PM

    Unfortunately I did not have a time to add this bot to Community ones.  

    I will do so in the update after betfair will cease Australian exchange service endpoint, so some changes will be required to bfexplorer as well.

  • Stefan
    9/1/2016 4:48:17 PM

    What you executed by using Bfexplorer Console is just script, showing recorded data in XPlot charts. You need to execute the bot called: "Record Market Selection Data" to record those data first.

  • Archie
    9/1/2016 2:45:39 PM

     Hi, I have the same question as Mir on this very useful looking bot . Where do we find the save market data bot dislayed? It looks like there is a Database "connection string" selection available within the bot. I have browsed through the SDK but have not found one with this property. Thanks for helping to find this or maybe describing how to create it.

  • Archie
    9/1/2016 1:55:08 PM

    Hi Stefan,

    Thanks for this information. Instructions worked well.

  • Archie
    9/1/2016 1:50:55 PM

    Hi Stefan,

    Thanks for the advice below. I have solved the xplotly dll requirement by following your instructions and now have another question.

    When I execute this bot the output report returns the error message "No time series available!"

    Perhaps you have a tip on where I might be missing something?

    Thanks

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