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Relative to in play time

This sets the rule's trigger time window to be based on the time since Bet Angel was first aware that the market had been marked in-play by the exchange.  It could be used to trade the first minute of a horse race in running or to automate the first half of a football match. 
The example below is based on a horse race and it has been configured to allow triggers from the first ten seconds of the in-play race until the end.  Note: The end time has been set to 15 minutes to cover even the longest of races, but automation will not attempt to trigger once the race is suspended.
Tip The in-play horse racing markets are extremely volatile especially at the start of a race so we recommend waiting a period of 10 seconds to allow the market to settle before a trigger is armed.