It’s all about prices: how the exchange commission can fundamentally ruin your loss recovery and what you can do about it. A profit accumulator plan based on 12 days of testing.
Counter-intuitively, you need to back on the horses in the Place market if their prices in the Win market have increased over the specified period, to get the best ROI.
At 3 minutes before the start of a horse race, place three Lay Dutching bets on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th favourites. Green them up as soon as possible.
Back the most probable winner(s) of a UK or Irish horse race towards the end of the race (in-play).
Lay on the chosen horse, then immediately after that Back to green up at the price of the horse that is the next favourite to the one you laid on.
We have gathered statistics on the duration of various races based on their distances. We offer you a trigger that acts at a certain time before the end of the race.
Take advantage of the late rise in the underdog's prices: lay at 10 minutes before the race and green up closer to the off.
Here is a simple example of how you can read a horse's form (in a horse race) and place some bet on it depending on the values that the form contains.
The automation of the Retirement Staking plan which is based on your history of wins and losses, and the average price of previous winners.
This incremental loss recovery plan is designed to cover your betting losses in a less aggressive (compared to plain Martingale) manner.
It combines several aspects. It is a trading trigger that concentrates on the favourite. It is based on Welles Wilder's Relative Strength Index (RSI) which he developed for the stock market a long time ago but it can be used in high volume betting markets.
At 30 sec before the start of the race find a runner whose chances for a win grew up by at least 2.0 in the win market. Then back on this runner in the place market.
At 15 mins before the off remember all the horses that were priced below 10.0, provided that the fourth favourite's price was less than 10.0.
The idea is to lay a horse with initially low chances to win as soon as it pulls ahead after the race started (this also applies to any other type of sport where markets turn In-Play).
At 10 mins before the start of the race remember the volume percentage of each runner. Then at 1 min before the off back on one of the first 5 favourites with the maximum increase of the volume %. The increase must make at least 10%.
Betting based on changes in selection's parameters
The idea behind the Maria staking plan is very simple: you bet different amounts depending on the size of your bank and on the price of the selection. Your stakes are adjusted if you make profits or get exposed to losses. The flexibility of this plan makes it so efficient.
Back £2 on the favourite if its odds are between 1.5 and 3.0, in place markets. If the bet lost, increase the next stake by £2 till the bet wins. Then keep decreasing the bet size by £4 till it reaches the original size of £2.
Lay 5 EUR on the favourite in place markets, if its price is below 2.0. If the bet lost recoup the losses in the next market until the win, then revert to 5 EUR.
Back the favourite at 20 sec after the off, to a profit of £10, but only if its price is above 2.0 and the second favourite's price is no less than 10 ticks above the favourite's price. If the bet won then stop all betting, otherwise bet to produce £10 + the previous bet size in the next market, on the same conditions.
An interesting trigger to try, preferably in test mode. The trigger will back the favourite. If the favourite changes it will back the new favourite, and continue to do this until the end.
Back 10% of available funds at best price on the favourite in the place market, if the 3rd favourite in the WIN market has a price greater than the number of runners in the race + 1. I.e. in a 10-horse race, if the 3rd favourite has a price greater than 11.0, 10 being the number of runners + 1, then that would qualify.
Lay £2 on the favourite and second favourite in a place market, if the sum of their odds does not exceed 3.8. Place the bets at 1 minute before the off, provided there are 10 or more runners.
At 30 seconds after the event goes in-play determine the favorite, but do not take any action at that moment. Once the determined favorite has reached a value of 1.2, back it at a price of 1.15. If the favorite doesn't reach that value skip the event.
Back and lay on the same horse: lay to a fixed liability on the favourite in the win market if the odds are between 2 and 5.0. Back a fixed amount on the same horse in the place market providing the odds are 1.5 or higher.
Lay the default lay amount on any selection whose price grew by at least 10% over the last 10 min, and is now less than 5.0. Don't lay on the favourite.
When the market turns in-play lay on all selections whose price jumped from less than 3 to higher than 6 within one refresh (potential losers).
What he was looking for is: lay on any selection whose price has doubled as compared to the price it had at the beginning of the race (SP, starting price); only lay in handicap markets, no sooner than 30 sec after the off.
Lay on the horse whose official rating is at least 20% lower than the top two ratings.
Bet in markets without a clear favourite (the favourite's price before the off should be >= 2.0). When the market turns in-play, lay on the second favourite, if it is priced between 1.7 and 2.5.
Place a back bet at SP in the place market on a horse if its price in the place market is greater than X and its price in the win market is less than Y.
Back horses that fall in the first [number] favourites, where [number] is the number of winning places in this race. The runner should have a record of either 2nd or 3rd place in the previous race where it took part. Eventually green up this bet at 5 ticks (or any other offset of your choice).
When a horse racing place market turns In-Play, back on the horse that is the favourite in the win market, provided that at least half of the runners in the win market have a certain minimum price.