Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Lights, Camera...Action!

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Move over Tom Cruise!  I've been thinking a lot recently as to how I can improve my in-play betting and have come to the conclusion that it would be great if I could review my performance quickly and easily after an event has finished.  Reviewing what went well and not so well in the heat of the battle has never my strong point of mine due to me not having the time or inclination to trawl through my Betfair account and work out what trades were winners, but now I think I found a solution.
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I could try and explain by writing it here but it would probably long winded and confusing.  Instead, dim the lights, get comfy and reach for the popcorn - it's time for my first video blog!
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I'm no Brad Pitt and I don't have the screen presence of Richard Burton (in fact I look genuinely ill after being up all night), but you might find it interesting.  Leave me a comment if you do but please, no autograph requests....
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CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO
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5 comments:

geoff said...

Mark

Really interesting and informative as ever.

Mark Iverson said...

Thanks Geoff.

Recording that was as tricky as it looked!

All the best,

Mark

Loocie said...

Hi Mark,

Great video!
I think you have the trader gene!
Always looking how to improve and make the most out of the trades you are involved.
Would be great how you got the idea, to have a look at your inplay position during a match.
Would be also interesting to get an idea how you tracked your position during your trade. I assume you are using some automated Excel generated data via Bet Angel or Betting Assistant, right?

Keep up your good work!

Cheers, Loocie

Mark Iverson said...

Thanks Loocie :-)

I was curious as to how much my position fluctiated in-play so it seemed like a simple solution to try and track it.

You are right, the sheet is linked to Bet Angel and records by level book position at intervals I can specify.

Let me know how you get on if you do something similar.

All the best,

Mark

Mark Iverson said...

The video in this post has now been removed in order to keep bandwidth usage to a minimum.

Thanks

Mark