For anyone who knows nothing about betting triggers and wants to understand the process of triggered betting.
To help you understand the full process of triggered betting we are going to take you on a journey. Let’s assume you have been watching the races and you have spotted something that might make a profitable system. As we’ve advised you, all our client’s ideas are confidential. Because of that, right now, we are going to invent an entirely new “system”. We have no idea if it will be profitable or not but let’s put together a trigger. In doing this you will see the whole point of our approach.
So, say, your idea is that you’ve seen in handicaps that the 2nd favourite tends to lose when there are more than 6 runners in a race; when there is a gap of at least 1 point between the prices of the favourite and second favourite (For example Favourite 2.52, 2nd Favourite 3.61) and when the favourite is not odds on. Also, let’s suppose as well you have noticed that the second favourite is more likely to lose when it’s price falls more slowly than the price of the favourite in the last 2 minutes before the off. Remember, all this is imaginary.
Now, all this may be true and you could well be on to something but there is no way you can spend all day waiting in front of your screen just in case these special circumstances come about. And, if they do, can you be quick enough to calculate there is a gap of at least one point between the 2 favourites? Almost certainly you will not be fast enough to calculate if the price has fallen faster for the favourite. And, if you could do all that, how can you test the theory out safely so that, if it doesn’t work, you won’t lose any money finding out?
You need a trigger! And, believe it or not. you have already designed it when you put together your rules. Now you need somebody to build it.
That’s where we come in.
Favourite is not odds on
1+ points between first and second favourites
in last 2 minutes before the Off, price of favourite falls faster than the price of the second favourite
If all this is true: Lay £X on the second favourite.
You might even go on to build in a stop-loss rule or a recoupment rule!
Normally when you send us your idea it will confidential to you. However, we will use this sample case to show you what happens. We will return the proposed trigger with a PDF showing you what to do with it. In this case, press the button “Ask for a quote” and we will send you the trigger we have created for the above rules.
You’ve now got your trigger: you can set it to run and it will operate according to your rules. You don’t have to be there. Simply check your results at the end of the day so that you can see whether the idea can be profitable or not.
The above is a sample to let you understand the process. Now that you do understand, feel free to let your creative juices run and test out your own betting systems. When you do develop a profitable idea, you can go live and, again, set the machine running while you get on with more important things. You are no longer tied to your screen.
Remember, this is only a test trigger to illustrate the process of triggered betting. We have no idea if it will make money and you MUST NOT try it live. However, you are free to try it in Test Mode. Indeed, any time we send you a trigger, we strongly urge you to try it in Test Mode first. In fact one of our clients says he has tried many triggers and saved a fortune by testing them to destruction before going live with some of them and rejecting the others. By becoming more systematic he is making more and losing less, a bettor and not a losing pin-sticker.