Just some general bot build advice

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Just some general bot build advice

Postby horsesforcourses » Tue Apr 12, 2022 8:53 pm

Hi , I have had the software now for a few months and mastering the one sheet basics. I want to ramp up my strategy up with a multi triggers per horse selection bot but I am unsure how to go about it really. I just cant get my head round how I am going to do it with one line of trigger per horse selection

Horse A-
Stage 1 - Lay at a predetermined point which I will write excel code for- If it drifts out at a certain number of ticks then we have a green. If the horse continues to steam in e.g. 12 ticks

Stage 2 - Then Lay again. Drifts certain number of ticks then green, continues steams then

Stage 3 . Final lay - Drifts e.g. 12 then green . still continues to steam certain number of ticks then take offset loss

How I will I do this in general ? Will I need 3 tabs with excel code linking them all up? Can you even do 3 tabs ? Thanks in advance
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Re: Just some general bot build advice

Postby NorthView » Wed Apr 13, 2022 9:47 am

You need VBA to

Submit Lay 1 with offset
Clear bet ref
Submit Lay 2 with offset
Clear bet ref
Submit Lay 3 with offset
If condition is met clear bet ref and submit red bet
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