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Nathane30
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Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:20 pm

the liquidity is incredible, can imagine theres a lot of sharp movements for wickets etc, especially T20.

does/has anyone trade the cricket?


also, anybody know the inplay delay?


thanks

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Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:36 pm

Megarain is a prolific cricket trader and the best one to offer advice on it, what i do know is the T20's are the best type of matches to trade

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Mon Mar 27, 2017 1:12 pm

I've just started to take a look at Cricket and have an interest in the 2 tests at the moment and have found the liquidity good. I have managed to get a small green on Ind v Aust and a better green on NZ v SA trading on the uncertainty of the weather.

I would imagine T20 is quite volatile and I'll be looking and learning at the IPL next week and maybe have an interest at minimum stakes.

I'm in my first year trading and have had better results with a couple of football strategies than I have with horse racing, so looking at Cricket for the summer when it's the close season in football. I'll come back to horse racing after a break.

In the meantime I'm stat collecting a lot of T20 information (and there is a lot of information) such as high/low scores, power play scores, runs per over, scores at different grounds etc, etc.... I'd only want to trade bigger stakes when I'm more informed.

Always looking for good advice so if Megarain can offer up some pearls that would be great!

Nathane30
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Mon Mar 27, 2017 2:26 pm

i'm about to start collecting data also, sure we could find a strategy somewhere in all that money!

wonder if there's any "courtsiders" in cricket?

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Mon Mar 27, 2017 3:35 pm

Nathane30 wrote:
Mon Mar 27, 2017 2:26 pm
wonder if there's any "courtsiders" in cricket?
Loads

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Nathane30
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Mon Mar 27, 2017 3:39 pm

Could be worth an afternoon in the sun come summer time.

Thanks for the links Peter

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megarain
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Tue Mar 28, 2017 9:33 am

Well ....

I am a courtsider, in that I want to make markets, and need real time info to do so.

There are apps/facetime feeds, which are better than TV/Cable etc, but, I want to watch other stuff.

Like horse-racing, a 5f dash, has v different dynamics to a 4 mile slogathon.

T20 is crack cocaine of cricket .. its ok, but, in my old age, prefer more sedately moving specimens .. like test ckt.

There are many strats u can look at .. cruchyfrog on twitter, has a table, displaying ROI on lots of back to lay strats. I cant post pics from here,
follow link.

https://twitter.com/FrogCrunchy

There are many dynamics at play in Bf mkts. I cant mention them, in an open forum, but, u need to spend time watching.

Data from these mkts would be v useful .. and we are led to believe Bf will be releasing a new data tool .. soon .. maybe .. one-day .., and it
would be probably worth looking at certain data points, which are good/bad entries for trades.

The liquidity on cricket has steadily been rising over the last 3 yrs .. there are many reasons for this, but, mainly its loved by the Indians, who,
want to bet on a sport they love.

Its like anything, anyone on here will tell u .. watch enough of the same patterns, and u will find an edge. The trick, is not getting bored in the interim, and flattening it on other stuff.

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megarain
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Tue Mar 28, 2017 11:10 am

To answer your question :

The in-play delay for cricket is 5 secs.

The Tv delay for pics in India, is 11 secs.

There are apps, (search Ground Feed/twitter) .. which have faster feeds. I have no affiliation/havent used/have no idea if they are riddled with viruses etc etc

Certain counties do not allow courtsiders. You need for find out for yourself, which ones are ok. If u plan a long trip, send an email to ICC anti-corruption .. they will tell u.

Check ticket regs. The ICC cricket tourny in the UK, specifically prohibits betting in stadia .. and u will be chucked out, if u look like u are betting. Their survilance is v good.

mcfc1981
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Tue Mar 28, 2017 2:57 pm

years ago I sat at Headingley with laptop gambling away......times have now changed and u will even be thrown out for relaying back information via mobile

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