User Comments

  • Lacoste
    24.4.2016 10:07:48

    The bot does not start because your entry criteria is faulty.

    LayBook (and BackBook) refers to book percentage. This tells you in percentage terms what all the decimal prices for each runner add up to. You can find this in Bfexplorer just under market time.

    Your corect criteria would then be LastPriceTraded Is less than or equal to 1.5. Or you can set PlaceBetInAllowedOddsRange to True and MinimumOdds to 1.01 and MaximumOdds to 1.5.

  • Lacoste
    17.4.2016 11:43:58

    Yup. You're right.

    "[...]as two bots retrieve the same score data, only first one receives notification about score data changes[...]". Executed the tennis bots without the action bot.

    When I execute as I previously said, none of them trigger. My issue still stands.


  • Lacoste
    17.4.2016 10:08:09

    The only Entry Criteria I have set up is IsInPlay Equals True.

    The thing is I can't execute both of them at the same time in the same market. If I execute only one of them the bot goes through. It works. It fails to work concurrently.

    The parameters are simple: Lay at odds given with stake given when InPlay if Player, Score, PlayerServing conditions are met and EvaluateOnlyOnce.

    I thought first that score conditions in these bots are conflicting, but after checking, they are not (as you can see).

  • Lacoste
    11.4.2016 21:38:51

    Nice. I'll try to set up my bots using existing parameters/criteria and come back to say how it went.

  • Lacoste
    11.4.2016 15:53:46

    “Anytime this number changes it is either a newer player break, or re-break, right?” Yes.

    Everytime first page conditions are applied, a break occurs, but only if this break happens as both players are on serve (there’s no advantage/disadvantage in breaks).

    Let’s say the score goes: 1-0 (P1 hold), 1-1 (P2 hold), 2-1 (P1 hold), 3-1 (P1 break) - this break is registered by 1st page conditions - 4-1 (P1 hold), 4-2 (P2 hold), 4-3 (P2 break) - this break is registered by 2nd page conditions and now conditions are reset - 5-3 (P1 break) - again this break is registered by 1st page conditions - 5-4 (P2 break) - again this break is registered by 2nd page conditions - and so on…

    Another situation: 1-0 (P1 hold), 2-0 (P1 break) - 1st page conditions - 3-0 (P1 hold), 4-0 (P1 break) - this break is registered by 2nd page conditions - from now on if P1 breaks again will not be registered by my conditions, but if P2 breaks before P1 gets another break then page 2 conditions are waiting for another break that will be registered.

    Page 2 conditions are applied when there is a re-break or the player gets the second break advantage. If there’s a difference bigger than one break beetween players, it won’t be triggered.

    Maybe if you put parameters like PointsScore, PlayerServing and criteria to set up difference beetween GamesScore (based on players) or Player1SetScore / Player2SetScore / Player1GameScore / Player2GameScore / Player1Serving etc. and conditional criteria.

    I’m thinking this to be used by other traders.


  • Lacoste
    10.4.2016 16:22:58

    Stefan, consider this!

    I think these conditions identify what I need, but not all break situations. It seems head-spinning to create all situations only based on game score.

    It shows first break scored in a set and the second break - taking into account who broke first.

  • Lacoste
    5.4.2015 10:20:36

    Also, having the option to reverse the book will be very helpful.

    Suggestion: Put a friendly voice in your videos explaining the software.