Friday, 17 October 2008

Bet Angel For Betdaq


Excellent news - it's been released!
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A big pat on the back to the guys at Bet Angel for getting this software out in remarkable time considering the position they found themselves in at the beginning of last month. I've had a quick look and on the surface things are almost identical to the Betfair version, apart from the lack of market depth on the ladder interface and the refresh rates being slightly slower. For a first release though it looks very good and I'm sure over time added functionality will be made available. Even better news is that the download is completely free so all you non Bet Angel Professional users have the opportunity to see if this type of thing can help you turn a profit.
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I'm not sure how long this offer will last so make the most of it now by downloading it here.
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Good luck and I'll see you at the purple place.
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5 comments:

slipperytoad said...

Thanks for the heads up Mark. Downloaded and looks good thus far.

With BF pulling the pin from the "look after your customers" hand grenade this is prob the push I need to get trading with the tool. Plus, I'm getting fed up missing preceived trading opportunites on the All Weather.

Mike
www.slipperytoad.co.uk

Mark Iverson said...

Hi Mike,

Goog luck with Bet Angel. With the software being free and only 2% commission to be paid there's no reason not to give it a go.

In the next update Peter and the team will be including full market depth on the ladder interface and this can help quite a lot.

I also had a go at trading the NFL on Betdaq last night and I was pleasantly surprised at the liquidity so maybe it won't take long for many others to follow afterall.

All the best as always.

Mark

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STST said...

Hi Mark,

Good news about Caden. I hope all goes well in the next operation too.

I'm back in the game and have taken a leaf out of your more professional approach book. Will be back blogging from the start of next month :)

All the best

Gareth

Mark Iverson said...

Hi Gareth,

Thanks mate - great to have you back and I'm looking forward to the resurrection of the blog :-)

Try and use Betdaq if you can.

All the best,

Mark