Multi-Market Manual Stop Loss Servant / Guardian Automation Bot

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Dallas
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The following rules files will enable your to set manual stop losses on a market with a Servant (by point and click) then have rules file in Guardian trigger a green up bet if the selection/s price reaches you stop price.

It works exactly the same as the right-click stop does on the ladder with a few extra advantages;

This will work on markets even if they are no longer on your trading screen
Can be used on the Ladder or One Click trading screens
You could apply stop losses on multiple markets at once (up to 1000)
If the stop isn’t matched instantly it won’t just sit there as a unmatched bet, instead it will re-trigger again and again at the current best price - so you have a much better chance of being matched.

At the bottom of this post there are three files to download

ASC Stop Loss Price Selector – This is a Servant rules files and just need you to point your mouse cursor over the price you want to set as your stop loss and start the servant
Stop Loss Trigger (for Back Bets) – This is a Guardian rules file and needs to be applied to markets in Guardian you intend to place Back bets on
Stop Loss Trigger (for Lay Bets) - This is a Guardian rules file and needs to be applied to markets in Guardian you intend to place Lay bets on


How to use the rules

First you’ll need to assign the Servant rule to a short cut combination in the Servant Manager window or assign it to a keyboard short cut, it will then be ready for future use and you won’t need to do this again, the following post shows step by step how to assign a servant to both of these so its ready to start when you need it

Now you need to add all the markets you may want to trade into Guardian, if you know you’ll be placing back or lay bets on a particular market you can apply the appropriate rules file now, if not you want wait till you open a trade the apply the required file to the market.

In the image below I know I’ll be backing in the first two markets and laying in the next three so I’ve applied the relevant files.

Guardian 1.jpg


Now just open the market on your one-click or ladder screen and place your back/lay bet/s as normal, if you wish to set a stop loss simply point your cursor at the price and start the Servant, in the image below I’ve assigned the Servant to the ‘Alt+Left Click’ combination in the Servant Manager window. (I’ve opened this window just for illustration purposes but you don’t need to do that), just point your cursor anywhere across the row the price you want the stop to trigger and press ‘ALT+Left Click’ – I’ve done this at odds of 6.0

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And that’s the stop placed, you can now move onto another market and Guardian will trigger a green up bet if the price trades above odds of 6.0 (or whatever you set your stop at).

If you select that market in Guardian and click the ‘log’ tab below the bottom window you’ll see the price the stop was placed at, so you can go back through markets at a later time and see exactly where you’ placed your stops.

Guardian.jpg


If you change your mind after setting a stop you can simple go back and change it to another, using the servant in the same way - other wise that's it.

For the market above I’ve gone forward several minutes and you can see (without even having the market on screen at the time) that Guardian triggered the stop at 6.2 (as soon as the last traded price was greater than the stop placed at 6.0).


Downloading and Importing the Files

To use the Servant file just click on the following ‘ASC Stop Loss Price Selector.baf' link below and this will download them to your computer, then open your Servant Manager window and click the rules link at the top and then "Import a Rules File" as shown in the image, once imported it will now appear in your dropdown boxes and is ready to be started whenever required.

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ASC Stop Loss Price Selector.baf
Once you have it imported into your Servant Manager it can be edited very easily simply by clicking on "Edit Rules File".
To use the Guardian files just click on the following ‘Stop Loss Trigger (for Back Bets)' and/or ‘Stop Loss Trigger (for Lay Bets)’ and this will download them 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 them to any markets you have added into guardian.

Guardian Import.jpg
Stop Loss Trigger (for back bets).baf
Stop Loss Trigger (for lay bets).baf


Once you have it imported into your Guardian the stake size along with any other aspects of this file can be edited very easily by clicking on "Edit Rules 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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lewistait
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Hi Dallas,

I have downloaded the files and set everything up as instructed but when I change markets the stop loss is disabling. When I activate it it goes green and is working fine I think. Then I move to a different game and I go back to original and it is not on anymore. Another couple of things I noticed were that I set it up last night and I had to do the shortcuts again today and it is not showing in the log when I put my trades on for some reason.

Thanks
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lewistait wrote:
Mon Jun 22, 2020 9:27 am
Hi Dallas,

I have downloaded the files and set everything up as instructed but when I change markets the stop loss is disabling. When I activate it it goes green and is working fine I think. Then I move to a different game and I go back to original and it is not on anymore. Another couple of things I noticed were that I set it up last night and I had to do the shortcuts again today and it is not showing in the log when I put my trades on for some reason.

Thanks
The icon that appears next to there name when you start will turn red as soon as the stop is placed and you'll see the price the stop is placed at written to your main log and the log for that market in Guardian

Once you've set up the shortcut in the Servant manager you need to save that profile so it remembers it for next time by going to the top left corner of your screen and clicking;

Settings > Save Setting
Or if you don't have any saved settings profiles yet
Settings > Save Settings AS
lewistait
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Hi Dallas,

I am still having trouble getting the servant to work for placing multiple stops across different markets. I am doing everything that is stated in the example folder. I have downloaded all the relevant folders and saved them to my computer. Set a shortcut for ASC stop loss price selector then I go into the market on Guardian and select stop loss for back bets, I place my orders, 1 tick offset for back bets then place my stop loss. I hear the bell ring as if its working but the red dot is not coming up and I can not see it in the servant manager. Also it shows in the log sometimes but other times it is not showing up.

Thanks,
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lewistait wrote:
Tue Jun 23, 2020 7:59 am
Hi Dallas,

I am still having trouble getting the servant to work for placing multiple stops across different markets. I am doing everything that is stated in the example folder. I have downloaded all the relevant folders and saved them to my computer. Set a shortcut for ASC stop loss price selector then I go into the market on Guardian and select stop loss for back bets, I place my orders, 1 tick offset for back bets then place my stop loss. I hear the bell ring as if its working but the red dot is not coming up and I can not see it in the servant manager. Also it shows in the log sometimes but other times it is not showing up.

Thanks,
The bell/red dod are interconnected so as soon as you here it the dot will appear next to a section, to indictate that servant has been started and on which selection.
ie, it couldn't play the bell without displaying a red dot on one of the selections and the bellboy icon turning red.

You can place stops on as many selections and markets as you want even without placing the bet or applying the rule in Guardian (it just means there's nothing to trigger if the price reaches it)

So as a test if you open a market from Guardian and start the servant randomly on a few selections (at any price) to place a stop you should hear the bell and see the red dot appear on that selection each time you do it.
If you then check the log in Guardian it will show exactly where that stop was placed then move on to another market and keep repeating that
keldix
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This is exactly what I wanted for my stop losses. Works a treat. Thanks Dallas :D
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