Bet Angel - Release & version history : New beta version of Bet Angel v1.44.0

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jimibt
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Tue May 17, 2016 4:36 pm

Dallas wrote:
ricardodeano wrote:I'm eagerly awaiting Dallas signal examples :D
Ill be posting some info detailing each section shortly and will be following that up with some actual examples.
still waiting!! - JOKING, lol... thanks as ever JR, I mean, Dallas

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Tue May 17, 2016 4:39 pm

ricardodeano wrote:
Dallas wrote:
ricardodeano wrote:I'm eagerly awaiting Dallas signal examples :D
Ill be posting some info detailing each section shortly and will be following that up with some actual examples.
Legend. Many, many thanks.
It is the Bet Angel Development team who deserve the thanks for actually coming up with and implementing this - the possibilities this is going to enable for automation is endless.

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Tue May 17, 2016 4:43 pm

Dallas wrote: It is the Bet Angel Development team who deserve the thanks for actually coming up with and implementing this - the possibilities this is going to enable for automation is endless.
Dallas, you are of course regarded as the sentinal of that development progress - but good point, the BA team deserve a hearty round of applause for keeping the cutting edge sharp and pointy... :ugeek:

ricardodeano
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Tue May 17, 2016 5:02 pm

Dallas wrote:
It is the Bet Angel Development team who deserve the thanks for actually coming up with and implementing this - the possibilities this is going to enable for automation is endless.
Hopefully that was known as a given, but if not - THANKS DEVELOPMENT TEAM! For me, it's like Christmas Day when new features appear :D

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Tue May 17, 2016 6:52 pm

well done betangel
fantastic product ,and always pushing forward to make it as great as possible,
as a customer im very very happy,
Thank you

DavDvo
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Wed May 18, 2016 8:48 am

Hi Dallas,
will this new feature somehow enable greening/closing at reverse odds (discussed at Suggestions)? Peronally I still don't see the way how to achieve that without excel.

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Wed May 18, 2016 9:09 am

DavDvo wrote:Hi Dallas,
will this new feature somehow enable greening/closing at reverse odds (discussed at Suggestions)? Peronally I still don't see the way how to achieve that without excel.
No to do it via automation its still only a excel feature at the moment, unless wanting to do it manually in which case it can be done using the shortcut key editor from the last build.

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Wed May 18, 2016 2:52 pm

Peter,

I know during horse inplay the odds can shift very quickly and this caused me to miss a lot of bets.
My inplay horse automation bot have around 50 rules there, how much time does BA need to run through them during inplay? (I have set all the refresh interval to 200 millisecond)

What I am trying to do is to scan the market as frequently as possible, so BA can place the bet whenever the criteria is met. Thanks

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Wed May 18, 2016 4:55 pm

jupiter_man wrote:My inplay horse automation bot have around 50 rules there, how much time does BA need to run through them during inplay?
Automation is very optimised so it'll easily manage to check 50 rules per refresh.
The load on the CPU tends to come from updating the visual aspects of Bet Angel rather than running Automation, so if your PC is powerful enough to keep the user interface responsive, then it's powerful enough to run your Automation rules.

Just make sure you've optimised Guardian properly to ensure the inplay market is refreshed as often as possible (e.g. using Restricted Refresh or market Auto-switch).

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Wed May 18, 2016 6:27 pm

Bet Angel wrote:
jupiter_man wrote:My inplay horse automation bot have around 50 rules there, how much time does BA need to run through them during inplay?
Automation is very optimised so it'll easily manage to check 50 rules per refresh.
The load on the CPU tends to come from updating the visual aspects of Bet Angel rather than running Automation, so if your PC is powerful enough to keep the user interface responsive, then it's powerful enough to run your Automation rules.

Just make sure you've optimised Guardian properly to ensure the inplay market is refreshed as often as possible (e.g. using Restricted Refresh or market Auto-switch).

As I am focusing only on horse inplay, currently I have set it to
Market switch time 60secs
Restrict refresh:
120secs before Start time
900secs after Start time

What do you think?

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