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Dutching on “0 – 0”, “0 – 1” and “0 – 1” in Half Time Score, then backing on Over 2.5 if the first three bets lost
Backing on Under 1.5 and Under 2.5 goals in the second half of a football match
This is a set of training triggers with a detailed breakdown of every trigger action and conditions. Back on “0 – 0”, “0 – 1” and “1 – 0” in Half Time Score, with an aim to trade out with a 10% profit before the first goal is scored. If all three bets are lost and we could not green them up, back on Over 2.5 in Under/Over 2.5 goals to compensate the loss.
Laying on reserve Greyhounds
Back on Under 1.5 goals if the score is 0 - 0 or on Under 2.5 goals if the score is 1 - 0 or 0 - 1 towards the end of the match in the second half
Backing on the selection with the greatest increase in matched volume%
Lay on the reserve Greyhound (Res) in a certain group of Greyhound races, and add a profit accumulator for an increased revenue.
The Kelly Criterion - Laying
Back on the horse whose matched volume% has increased the most over the 10 minutes leading to the start of the race. The first stats-based Trigger in Action report!
Dutching with a saver bet
This staking plan is based on the Kelly Criterion - a method of calculating your stake size based on the size of the bank, the current price and the projected strike rate of the selection with the chosen rank.
Backing on the horse with the maximum volume increase
Place back or lay Dutching bets with a fixed liability and one saver bet with zero P/L on one of the selections.
Backing and Laying based on the change in WOM
Back on the horse whose volume percentage has increased the most over the X minutes before the off. Allow a few minutes for a green-up, with an option to also apply a stop-loss if the market moves against you.
Scalping at the top and bottom of the price range
Back or Lay depending on the change in the Weight of Money that can possibly predict a future increase or decrease in prices
The classic scalping in markets with a wide price gap
Learn how to scalp a selection when it is trading at the top or bottom of its price range
Laying on the horse whose price never dropped, and trading it out at In-Play
Learn how to place bets on both sides of an active market while the price gap is still wide, and to green up gradually as parts of your bet get matched.
Laying on Greyhounds with a staking plan based on the strike rate
Record all horses whose prices have dropped by at least 5 ticks since 10 minutes before the start. Lay on the lowest priced horse whose price has NOT dropped, then green up or stop loss later.
Backing and greening up on a pre-match favourite in Tennis
Lay on the second favourite in a Greyhound race; increase your bet liability based on your strike rates over the last 10, 20, 30 and 50 bets.
Laying against 0 - 1 in Correct Score (football)
In the first games of the tennis match back on the pre-match favourite if its price has increased significantly; then green up in the second set.
Using extended football score information in triggers
This strategy is very similar to Laying against 0 – 3 or 3 – 0 in Correct Score in favour of the underdog, except that is even more straightforward: you lay against 0 – 1, period, regardless of whether the favourite team plays at home or away.
Backing on Over 1.5 with a profit accumulator and a loss recovery plan
This example shows how to use information about yellow/red cards, corners and match half in your triggers.
Setting a time/market interval between the triggers
My plan was to play with backing on Over 1.5 goals in a football match with a nil score. With a profit accumulator and a loss recovery, my balance went up and down over these 9 days of testing. Try the triggers yourself in the downloadable setup file.
Laying on the favourite horse based on the form of the first 3 favs
Learn how to skip a set number of markets and/or a set number of minutes between trigger executions
Laying against 0 - 3 or 3 - 0 in Correct Score (football) in favour of the underdog
Lay on the first favourite in a race where the forms of the first three favourites satisfy the following criteria:
- The form is not empty;
- The last three symbols of the favourite’s form do not include 1 or 2;
- The last three symbols of the second favourite’s and third favourite’s forms do not include 1.
Lay Dutching on players in Tennis
It’s plain and simple: you lay against the score 0 – 3 or 3 – 0 in favour of the underdog at the beginning of a football match.
If you have a large enough bank or if you don’t mind placing small bets, then this strategy is for you.
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The main expectation behind this is that the prices of tennis players may change dramatically between the games, so there is often a chance that the favourite loses its position and the underdog comes forward as the new favourite (and thus his/her price drops). They sometimes swap places several times during the match.
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