It's late as I write this post, and it's been an eventful day with a lot to think about. I'm on the brink of calling it a night and going to bed, but I've a lot to report and want to make a start.
Earlier this month I ran a series of news updates over the course of a week, so I'll repeat the same process this week covering the Expo Bot release and its progress.
In Play BETA progress as we come up to a year running this in play betting system needs to be examined.
With a solid round up of everything else at Exponential Bet included, plus some my honest thoughts on competitor websites blatantly stealing my ideas, which I'll be pulling no punches.
Today's Expo News is focused on the Automated Dutch BETA Version.
Let me begin by showcasing the results for this clever but incredibly simple Dutch
Auto Dutch - Run The Eve
663 Bets - 49% Strike Rate
Approx 1% Stake Per Bet
£646.87 Profit 39 Betting Days
Auto Dutch - Stop at a Profit
174 Bets - 55% Strike Rate
Approx 1% Stake Per Bet
£391.90 Profit 39 Betting Days
The Automated Dutch BETA is available at the moment in an early access version, requiring some manual input of the Dutch bets which run over the evening racing.
My exact selection method is covered in this version one release, with video demonstrations, and files to import to Fairbot that automated the staking and bet placement, which is the API being used.
You can set it up at the start of the racing card which takes approx five minutes, or go race to race and stop at a profit.
Which at this moment until Expo Bot is available has to be done manually, but when you look at the profits I'm making and the fact it's the evening card, this is doable and attractive for a lot of members.
Running all races is obviously showing more profit at this moment, so you may be thinking why stop. Well in my opinion I see the stop at a profit approach as the most robust over the long term, which is my natural instinctive first choice.
The results above show my activity during live testing development, which started on the 6th December 2018.
As impressive as the results are running the entire race list, you have more exposure with increased bet volume, and to be frank stopping early when a target has been met is actually catching up, which you can see.
Given the choice of being done and dusted, but still making a similar return on investment sooner rather than later with much less financial exposure, I'll take that all day long.
The target profit for a full year of betting activity using the Automated Dutch BETA is 260% total balance growth, both running the eve and stop at a profit.
I can see this being absolutely smashed, but I'm staying sensible with my staking during live testing. At a point further down the line after a long run of accumulated data, I'll be ramping up my investment with this strategy.
If you're interested in this betting system please bear in mind it's BETA and open to development changes, as I progress it to final version. I'm aiming to have this at final version within six months once I see the activity over the big money months of racing.
The decision to get involved now has to come down to whether you can afford the time to place the bets at the start of the evening card, because if you can then for me it's a no brainer.
However, if you're looking for 100% complete end to end set and forget with this strategy, just hang fire until the Expo Bot version is ready in February.
If you've any questions let me know in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll get back to you asap.
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