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Harnessing the power of stats to improve profits in automated betting

June 11th, 2024 at 06:39pm

In this video I demonstrate how the power of stats and form can be used to improve the selection criteria and the profits in automated betting on horse racing.

In this video I’m using:
ANZ Horse Bot
ANZ Horse Ratings and ANZ Ratings Analyser

The video ended up being a bit longer than I anticipated, and there’s still more to cover in a future video or two, so to help you navigate it, chapters have been added accordingly.

00:00 Introduction
01:49 Recent results
05:13 Configuring stats filters in ANZ Horse Bot
06:24 The stats the bot is using
07:20 The stats engine: ANZ Horse Ratings
11:35 Using the ANZ Ratings Analyser to hone strategies
19:20 Configuring the best performing strategy in the Analyser and Bot
20:20 Building and testing new strategies in the Analyser
25:22 Exploring results in the analyser
27:20 Some high-priced winners from Saturday
28:24 How the bot used the stats to find the winner of Belmont race 4
31:10 Using the analyser to check your strategies are performing as they should
33:38 The settings for the 2nd best strategy
36:01 The first winner for the day pays $8.40
36:51 Summary


Entry Filed under: Adventures In Betting

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  • 1. dougmac  |  June 11th, 2024 at 8:52 pm

    A man could go slightly mad trying to unravel all that data to create some winning strategies but it sure will be fun. Look forward to future “reveals”.

    Regards Doug

  • 2. Samuel  |  June 12th, 2024 at 12:14 am

    I have to admit, I have spent a bit more time than is probably good for my sanity testing various permutations and I’ve barely scratched the surface.

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