I have been using The Bet Engine (TBE) for twelve months now, so an update on my original report is appropriate. However, what can I say? It would be a lot easier if I could report various snags, or dropped bets, or mis-calculations of odds placed, but as it stands, I’m a bit stuck, because it performs perfectly in everything it does. If you like a bit of a challenge from your programs to keep you on your toes, you will be disappointed in TBE, because it never steps out of line, never gives you a chance to show your skill in overcoming insurmountable obstacles, it just does exactly what you ask it to do: it’s so boring and predictable.
I could go on at length about its ability to handle up to 10 systems on horses or dogs, with dozens of filters and settings, but you can go to the website to see all that for yourselves. What I can say is that, with its aid, I have handled a number of system trials on the blog, often several at the same time as well as my own betting activities, sometimes running as many as 8 systems at once, all with different settings and some live, some on test setting and all with different staking plans. TBE has handled them all without error.
Whenever Betfair has had one of its little mishaps and has shifted the goalposts a little more for us, Alistair, the author, has supplied an answer within hours. There has also been a steady stream of enhancements to the filters, as suggested or requested by the users. Despite all this constant attendance, the cost for this Rolls-Royce of bots is moderate and set so that you only pay for the level you need for your betting.
Those of you with day jobs who would like to use a particular system or systems have the perfect answer here. Since you can set both a target and a stop loss (even trailing), you need never fear coming home to a disaster.
You may have gained the impression that I am rather impressed by TBE? You’d be right!
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