This short video tutorial shows how to setup custom built bot using the Execute Trigger Bot.
First unblock zip file and its content unpack in the bfexplorer app folder:
C:\Program Files (x86)\BeloSoft\Bfexplorer
Your custom bot is compiled into the file/assembly:
Open bfexplorer and market on which you want to execute your bots.
Create a new bot setting for Place Bet bot.
Create a new bot setting for Execute Trigger Bot, and enter the following parameters:
BotName, the name of your action bot that will place your bets, in my case the name of bot is its default name Place Bet, but you can name it according to individual settings you could defer among other bots, for instance: Place lay bet offering
TriggerParameters, in the following conventions:
It is list of allowed odds/price and stake amount you want to place, for instance 2.0|4.0|100.0
Means the following MinPrice: 2.0, MaxPrice: 4.0, Stake: 100.0
Data values are separated by |
TriggerFilePathName, is the full file name to your custom bot assembly, so:
C:\Program Files (x86)\BeloSoft\Bfexplorer\SetStakeByPriceRangeBot.dll
Name your bot and save it, now you are ready to use it executing it manually like I did in my test, or using Bot Executor tool.
In my test I execute the bot on two selections with different price/odds range and the bot correctly placed back bet with stake 100.0 Euro on horse with allowed odds range 2.0 – 4.0, and on the other one with 10.0
If selection is traded out of allowed odds range, not bet is placed.
At the end of my tutorial you can watch how to place back ditching bets using Dutching Bet Wizard.
Open a market on which you want to dutch selections, click on menu item Market / Bet Wizards / Back Dutching.
Select you selections, and set Stake type, of odds changed, click on Update Odds, and then click on the button: Place Bets, and your dutch bets will be placed.