Trade the Server with Bet Delays Guardian Automation Bot

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Dallas
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This is a basic Guardian automation bot for use on Tennis matches

At the start of each game the bot will back the server for £10 and will green up that player at the start of the next game as they become the reciever while at the same time backing the new server - this is repeated throughout match.

The back bet and green up are triggered each time the game score is 0-0 but uses the new "Signal" feature to apply a 5 second delay before actaully triggering any bets which allows a few seconds for the odds to settle and hopfully get you a much better price when the bets reach the market.

(If you would prefere to Lay the Server each game instead the only change that needs to be made is the rule type as shown in bottom image)

To use the file just click on the Trade the Server using Delayed Bets.Baf attachment link below and this will download it to your computer, then with guardian open on the "Automation" tab click "Import a Rules File" as shown in the image, once imported it will now appear in the drop down box just above, you can now apply it to any markets you have added into guardian.

This bot has been made to back the server but can very easily be changed to lay the server by simply changing the "Back Server" rule type and selecting "place lay bet" within the rules editor.

The stake size as with all other aspects of this file can also be edited very easily by clicking on "Edit Rules File" then click on the "General, Parameters & Conditions" tab and change to whatever you require.

Additional parts/conditions can also be added or removed from the bot as you build it into your own bespoke automation file.

With any automation bot always run in practice mode first to ensure everything is working fine, and repeat this each time you make any changes

To see a video tutorial on how to download and import an automation file into your Bet Angel please see this link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7Im4pj683g
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miroos
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great :)
theflyfifer
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Hi Dallas,

I,m creating a trading automation based on this file with a number of additional parameters. I have everything in place except the score in games. I do not want to place a back bet if either selection has over 5 games won (i.e. potential set decider) The only way I can see round this is adding 31 separate bet rules to suit each score condition up to 5-5 or 62 if both selections are to be used.

1. Is there another way around this?

2. As laborious as it seems if I were to do this could Guardian handle all these rules?

3. If so would there be a significant effect on latency?

Thanks in advance.
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Guardian could cover that amount of rules no problem but you can use a further signal to achive it much easier. So to ignore / avoid tie-breakers

Add a "Signal Set / Modified" rule type

Conditons Tab
with a tennis fixed score condtion 5-5 (or whatever scores you want to avoid)

Signal Tab
Set signal for market "ignore" or what ever you want to call it use a simple value like 66

Then on your trade the server rules go onto the conditions tab and add a
Signal Set Cond
Signal named "ignore" for the market
Is NOT set with a value

Now more than one signal can be set, you may need change the server reset signal (i think it was set to reset all at 15-0) so it now only resets the server signal and ignores this tie-break one, and ONLY reset this one when the game score returns to 0-0.
theflyfifer
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Brilliant Dallas, that sorts that.

Thanks for the quick reply :)
Bavski
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Thanks for all the hard work with these, very new to automation but I'm really enjoying working my way through them.

I like the look of the tennis ones and was wondering if it would be possible to alter this one slightly to maybe add a Back The server condition of Back Odds<2 ?

My thinking is it would continue to back both players while they were under 2.0 and only back the current favourite whomever it was when he started to pull ahead.

Can you think of a reason it wouldn't work or a better way to go about it?

Thanks again for the help.
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Glad to hear they are helping you get started, yes you can specify the rule only triggers on the fav by just by adding the following conditon to the 'Back Server' rule type

'Fixed Odds Condtion'
Selections 'Last Traded Price' or 'Back price'
is 'Less' than 2.0

I cant say how it will pan out long term having never tried it but the above is all you need to do to give it ago
Bavski
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Thanks for the quick reply. I'll give it a go.
grigoron
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theflyfifer wrote:Hi Dallas,

I,m creating a trading automation based on this file with a number of additional parameters. I have everything in place except the score in games. I do not want to place a back bet if either selection has over 5 games won (i.e. potential set decider) The only way I can see round this is adding 31 separate bet rules to suit each score condition up to 5-5 or 62 if both selections are to be used.

1. Is there another way around this?

2. As laborious as it seems if I were to do this could Guardian handle all these rules?

3. If so would there be a significant effect on latency?

Thanks in advance.
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You could certainly add that amount of rules to a automation file as guardian is capable of handling much more very easily with any no effect to the rules (thats the only way it was possible up untill the last update of the software).

Details of how to achive this are posted up above in response to the original person who asked
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