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Trader Pat
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Somebody at Lingfield needs a kick in the backside, 2 mins past post time and they're walking around in circles
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Euler wrote:
Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:19 pm
I tend to pick and choose my targets, skipping quite a few races.

I always wait for adequate money to come into the market as that allows me to dump a bad position quickly if required.

It's a tricky day today, but the feature at Haydock is a key target for me.

In terms of days I like, I would rate this a 3/10
Thanks Euler, I've not done much today as a result, which I think is good! I'm trying to understand the money coming in at 5-3mins, which means hardly any today! Even then doesn't give much time to get a trade in from 3mins...
wilf
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goat68 wrote:
Sat Nov 21, 2020 2:35 pm

Thanks Euler, I've not done much today as a result, which I think is good! I'm trying to understand the money coming in at 5-3mins, which means hardly any today! Even then doesn't give much time to get a trade in from 3mins...
3 Mins is plenty of time to trade. Infact it's a good time as the genuine money should be flowing in, but when the previous race finishes is an important factor.

Are the markets sticky for anyone else or is it just me? It feels sluggish, like delayed when putting money in the market Pre and inplay.
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wilf wrote:
Sat Nov 21, 2020 2:57 pm
Are the markets sticky for anyone else or is it just me? It feels sluggish, like delayed when putting money in the market Pre and inplay.
Ok for me but they seem to be having some issues
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OK here throughout the feature
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Euler
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There was a race where the API was a little sticky but generally been ok.
wilf
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Thanks guys. I think it's a bit of both, Betfair and my connection.

That's it for me today anyway, I'm not a fan of the All weather markets.
eightbo
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Anyone know of a "fast results" type page which shows winners in chronological order for the entire day ?
                                                                                          (most pages seem to only go back a few races)

PS API was def. sticky in multiple races IP throughout day. Nothing too crazy but not just you.
TraderFred
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eightbo wrote:
Sat Nov 21, 2020 4:00 pm
Anyone know of a "fast results" type page which shows winners in chronological order for the entire day ?
                                                                                          (most pages seem to only go back a few races)

PS API was def. sticky in multiple races IP throughout day. Nothing too crazy but not just you.
Racing post.com.

Go to racing post, menu, results. Then change the setting at the top from course to time, and that puts them in chronological order. Not sure if it’s as fast as sporting life, though it goes back the whole day.
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