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Easy ways to automate your Tennis Trading

Easy ways to automate your Tennis Trading

Next week see’s the start of Wimbledon the pinnacle event of the Tennis calendar. And one of the best ways to trade the Tennis markets is with automation. If you have never used automation before there is probably no better sport to start with and with the year’s biggest tournament about to begin this makes […]

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What’s working in Euro 2016

What’s working in Euro 2016

As we move into the knockout stage, let’s review what’s happened in the Euro’s so far from a market perspective. Turnover The first thing to note is that the volumes are down a fair bit from Euro 2012 on Betfair. In 2012 in the group stages the lowest turnover match was £7.7m before the off and […]

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Trading Royal Ascot

Trading Royal Ascot

And so here we are another year, another Ascot. Ascot is obviously a big deal and, generally, I target it to be at least the second biggest week of the year. I’ll look to do more in a week than I can normally do in a month, so it’s a significant meeting. Wall to wall, quality racing, […]

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Volume is not liquidity

Volume is not liquidity

I was at a meeting last week and was at pains to point out the difference between volume and liquidity. I’ll save the detail for another post at some point in the future, but here is a simple view and some examples, using just £100 stakes. If you come on any of the courses we […]

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Deep breath

Deep breath

Here we go, summer starts right here! I must admit to being a bit tired already, which isn’t great planning. But from this point on we have a really busy schedule ahead of us starting tonight. It’s the same every other year. Major footy championship, Ascot, Wimbledon, Cricket and half a dozen other sporting events combine […]

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Trading Horse Racing

Trading Royal Ascot

Trading Royal Ascot

And so here we are another year, another Ascot. Ascot is obviously a big deal and, generally, I target it to be at least the second biggest week of the year. I’ll look to do more in a week than I can normally do in a month, so it’s a significant meeting. Wall to wall, quality racing, […]

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Two card Tuedays

Two card Tuedays

We have reached the time of year when Monday and Tuesday racing drops to two cards in the afternoon. It’s an important time of year, as this changes the characteristic of these cards to the negative. But also it allows you to do a few other things and skip these cards if needed. Racing tends to […]

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York Dante Meeting

York Dante Meeting

After a successful Chester meeting we roll onto York for the Dante meeting this week. The York card looks good with plenty of group racing, but the other stuff on the card today looks a little ‘testing’. For a direct comparison look at the prize money. Kempton has a grand total of £18.4k, York £191.5k. I’ll […]

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Chester May Festival

Chester May Festival

Chester May festival starts today and it’s a welcome addition to the card, but based upon previous years it’s nothing amazing from a trading viewpoint. Obviously we all love some extra liquidity that the quality racing will bring, but it’s never been a meeting that I’ve got really good amounts from. By that I mean […]

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Manic Monday

Manic Monday

It’s one of a handful of manic trading sessions you see during the year today. There are 620 runners on the card today and 54 races. Sounds like heaven, but it can be hell. The markets are just often not strong enough to do anything with. You often get a lot of donkeys out and […]

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Easy ways to automate your Tennis Trading

Easy ways to automate your Tennis Trading

Next week see’s the start of Wimbledon the pinnacle event of the Tennis calendar. And one of the best ways to trade the Tennis markets is with automation. If you have never used automation before there is probably no better sport to start with and with the year’s biggest tournament about to begin this makes […]

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Finding an Edge in Football Markets using Soccer Mystic

Finding an Edge in Football Markets using Soccer Mystic

How can you to find an edge and profit from Soccer markets? The answer is as the title suggests with the use of Soccer Mystic, a profiling tool which is included as part of Bet Angel Professional. If you have never used or even heard of Soccer Mystic then now is the time to give […]

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Its Not Just Women Who Can Multi-Task

Its Not Just Women Who Can Multi-Task

As we steam head on into the summer months some of the hardest choices you’re going to be faced with this time of year is deciding where to focus your attention and which sport or markets to trade, with the Horse Racing’s flat season now in full flow the Derby and the summers big festival […]

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New version of Bet Angel released

New version of Bet Angel released

Constantly striving to improve your trading edge, we are pleased to announce a new version of Bet Angel is available, version 1.43. You can download it from here: – You can download it from here: – http://www.betangel.com/download/?product=BetAngelPro The upgrade is free for existing Bet Angel users or those currently trialling Bet Angel. If you haven’t […]

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Using Bet Angel – Walkthrough videos

Using Bet Angel – Walkthrough videos

I’ve had quite a few requests for, a simple to view, list of videos on getting started with Bet Angel. So this week I’ve uploaded an entirely new play list for – getting started, the one click screen and the ladder interface. These videos are not my normal videos, but instead they are shorter and […]

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Trading football

What’s working in Euro 2016

What’s working in Euro 2016

As we move into the knockout stage, let’s review what’s happened in the Euro’s so far from a market perspective. Turnover The first thing to note is that the volumes are down a fair bit from Euro 2012 on Betfair. In 2012 in the group stages the lowest turnover match was £7.7m before the off and […]

25/06/2016 | By | Reply More
Finding an Edge in Football Markets using Soccer Mystic

Finding an Edge in Football Markets using Soccer Mystic

How can you to find an edge and profit from Soccer markets? The answer is as the title suggests with the use of Soccer Mystic, a profiling tool which is included as part of Bet Angel Professional. If you have never used or even heard of Soccer Mystic then now is the time to give […]

13/06/2016 | By | Reply More
Are England just unlucky? No!

Are England just unlucky? No!

When brushing up for the Euro’s I had a good look at prior records to see if there were any trends. One of things that stood out was England’s terrible opening game record. Since this Euro’s started in 1960 England have never won their opening game, a proud record that was upheld yesterday. So in […]

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Interesting statistics for the FA Cup Fi-nil

Interesting statistics for the FA Cup Fi-nil

So the FA Cup final is upon us and, rather predictably, the final has delivered us two premiership teams. But what will the match deliver? Is that going to be as predictable as well? While today’s match may throw off differing characteristics based on what I saw of Palace last weekend, I’ve delved back over […]

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Last match could be the most interesting

Last match could be the most interesting

If you keep your eyes open, opportunities can occur from the strangest of circumstances. On Sunday May 15th, 2016 we faced an interesting final day in the English Premiership season. The title and relegation battles had already been settled. But there was still the qualification for European competition to decide. Qualification Most of the focus was […]

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