Triggered betting is the main feature of MarketFeeder. You can make it do whatever you need with the triggers. Every customer is eligible for a certain number of free trigger solutions, see details on Trigger Development service here.
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Learn how to skip a set number of markets and/or a set number of minutes between trigger executions
Lay on the first favourite in a race where the forms of the first three favourites satisfy the following criteria: - The form is not empty; - The last three symbols of the favourite’s form do not include 1 or 2; - The last three symbols of the second favourite’s and third favourite’s forms do not include 1.
It’s plain and simple: you lay against the score 0 – 3 or 3 – 0 in favour of the underdog at the beginning of a football match. If you have a large enough bank or if you don’t mind placing small bets, then this strategy is for you.
The main expectation behind this is that the prices of tennis players may change dramatically between the games, so there is often a chance that the favourite loses its position and the underdog comes forward as the new favourite (and thus his/her price drops). They sometimes swap places several times during the match.
The trigger backs on the current server at the start of each game in a Tennis match, then trades it out at the end of the game if it has won. In case of a service break, the trigger increases the bet to try and recoup the loss in the next game.
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.
Back on Over 0.5 goals in football at three different moments during the first half: get the best odds while the score is still 0 - 0. A loss recovery plan included.
At 30 seconds before the start of a race, lay a percentage of the bank (or to a liability which is a percentage of a bank) on the chosen favourite in a Greyhound Win market, with the minimum and maximum price. Recover potential loss in several steps.
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 on Under x.5 & y.0 goals in a Goal Lines (Asian Over/Under) market, recovering your losses with each next stake as the score keeps growing.
Back on selections with a spike in their matched volume over the specified time.
Back the most probable winner(s) of a UK or Irish horse race towards the end of the race (in-play).
Wait till both players have equal odds, then back on the one whose odds improved and lay against his/her opponent. Green up to win profit as the trend continues.
Increase the chances for a successful scalping by increasing your bets automatically as the market goes against you
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.
This example shows how to put a limit on the number of markets your trigger enters simultaneously.
This is a one-size-fits-all solution for setting the target profit and/or the maximum loss after which your triggers will stop betting until you reload them next time. The example contains some actionable advice as to how incorporate the triggers into your existing trigger file.
Did you know you can use MarketFeeder Pro to feed all markets' prices to an Excel sheet at regular intervals?
Use triggers to place two rounds of Dutching in the same market, to the specified target profit.