Back the Steamer Guardian Automation Bot for Horse Racing

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waywyrd
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Hi,

How do I set this bot up to back the most backed horse at a set time before the race, say 1-2 hours, where the last price is say 15.0.

Then cash out across all runners, after a sudden price drop or a predetermined time before the race starts.

Also add a profit and loss green-up/cash out rule to take a certain profit or minimise potential losses.

Regards,

Waywyrd.
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Dallas
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waywyrd wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 8:44 am
Hi,

How do I set this bot up to back the most backed horse at a set time before the race, say 1-2 hours, where the last price is say 15.0.

Then cash out across all runners, after a sudden price drop or a predetermined time before the race starts.

Also add a profit and loss green-up/cash out rule to take a certain profit or minimise potential losses.

Regards,

Waywyrd.

How are you defining the most backed horse?

By number of ticks moved, the IP% move, amount traded on it etc?

If only trading the one runner the other two (cash outs) are done using ' Close Trade on Selection Greening' rules, you'll need an 'Historical relative odds condition' to test a price move within a time frame
https://www.betangel.com/user-guide/his ... _odds.html

The other would use a 'Trade Profit Condition'
https://www.betangel.com/user-guide/clo ... rofit.html
waywyrd
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Dallas wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 10:04 am
waywyrd wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 8:44 am
Hi,

How do I set this bot up to back the most backed horse at a set time before the race, say 1-2 hours, where the last price is say 15.0.

Then cash out across all runners, after a sudden price drop or a predetermined time before the race starts.

Also add a profit and loss green-up/cash out rule to take a certain profit or minimise potential losses.

Regards,

Waywyrd.

How are you defining the most backed horse?

By number of ticks moved, the IP% move, amount traded on it etc?

If only trading the one runner the other two (cash outs) are done using ' Close Trade on Selection Greening' rules, you'll need an 'Historical relative odds condition' to test a price move within a time frame
https://www.betangel.com/user-guide/his ... _odds.html

The other would use a 'Trade Profit Condition'
https://www.betangel.com/user-guide/clo ... rofit.html
Hi,

I would be defining the most backed horse as the favourite at the time of first monitoring.

Regards,

Waywyrd.
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Dallas
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waywyrd wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 12:16 pm
Dallas wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 10:04 am
waywyrd wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 8:44 am
Hi,

How do I set this bot up to back the most backed horse at a set time before the race, say 1-2 hours, where the last price is say 15.0.

Then cash out across all runners, after a sudden price drop or a predetermined time before the race starts.

Also add a profit and loss green-up/cash out rule to take a certain profit or minimise potential losses.

Regards,

Waywyrd.

How are you defining the most backed horse?

By number of ticks moved, the IP% move, amount traded on it etc?

If only trading the one runner the other two (cash outs) are done using ' Close Trade on Selection Greening' rules, you'll need an 'Historical relative odds condition' to test a price move within a time frame
https://www.betangel.com/user-guide/his ... _odds.html

The other would use a 'Trade Profit Condition'
https://www.betangel.com/user-guide/clo ... rofit.html
Hi,

I would be defining the most backed horse as the favourite at the time of first monitoring.

Regards,

Waywyrd.
You said earlier 'Where the last price was 15.0'

There'd only be a very small number of races were the fav would be 15.0
Unless i've mis-understood something?
waywyrd
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Dallas wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 1:04 pm
waywyrd wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 12:16 pm
Dallas wrote:
Sat Nov 07, 2020 10:04 am



How are you defining the most backed horse?

By number of ticks moved, the IP% move, amount traded on it etc?

If only trading the one runner the other two (cash outs) are done using ' Close Trade on Selection Greening' rules, you'll need an 'Historical relative odds condition' to test a price move within a time frame
https://www.betangel.com/user-guide/his ... _odds.html

The other would use a 'Trade Profit Condition'
https://www.betangel.com/user-guide/clo ... rofit.html
Hi,

I would be defining the most backed horse as the favourite at the time of first monitoring.

Regards,

Waywyrd.
You said earlier 'Where the last price was 15.0'

There'd only be a very small number of races were the fav would be 15.0
Unless i've mis-understood something?
Hi Dallas,

Apologies, not the favourite, should have been the most backed in traded amount or volume.
waywyrd
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Hi,

How do you keep to just one selection that trades within you price range, per race? Basically only want to trade one horse per race.

Waywyrd
waywyrd
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Hi,

How do I link Lay if WOM is Greater than 'X' for 5 Secs.baf rule to the selection made by the Back the Steamer.baf?

Basically ensuring, as much as you can, that the drift in odds isn't just a blip, and the price goes back in the wrong direction for greening up.

I've got both files loaded into BetAngel as 1 file, so just got stuck on which rules to alter and which to remove.

Waywyrd.
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Naffman
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What would happen if there was a NR within this period and say the odds on the fav moved from 2.7 to 2.1, when in fact they really didn't move it all, would BA recognise this or would it think it firmed 30 ticks?
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