It’s been a quiet month for the Trade On Sports Overs Bot, not surprisingly with very little football on at the moment.
Since our last update the bot has made just one point profit, putting it 34 points up for our trial overall (or £3,440 up to £100 stakes).
As mentioned last time, the odds of overs in a number of the games selected by the bot is quite low these days, often around 1.16 at HT, meaning by 65 mins (when entering the bet) the odds are often lower than 1.6.
So whilst we have been using average odds of 1.6 to record results, the actual average may be closer to 1.55, which would mean the total profit for the bot during our trial would be around 25 points. Either way though that is still a very nice amount of profit with such a high strike rate (around 70%) so you can’t complain.
Of the other bots they are testing, the HT 2 Ahead looks the most promising from what we can tell, with around 26 points profit made so far if backing two more goals at 61 minutes.
Trade On Sports have some live webinars planned soon to demonstrate some of their live trading and explain how some of the tools on their platform work, so those should be interesting.
We will report back on how they go, together with how the bots are doing, in our next update.
Trade On Sports – Results Update
5th June 2019
It’s been an excellent month for the Trade On Sports Overs Bot since our last update, with another 9 points profit made.
That means the bot is now an estimated* 33 points up for our trial overall (or £3,320 to £100 stakes).
*We say “estimated” because essentially we are using a best guess of what the average odds of over 1.5 goals at 65 minutes are in the selected matches.
As alerts come in at all times of day and night it has not been possible to track the odds live, so we have had to do our best to estimate what that average odds would be.
Up until now we have assumed 1.6, but after tracking more of the odds live lately we believe the average may be closer to 1.55.
There are a number of Dutch matches and selections from high-scoring leagues where the odds are quite a bit below 1.6 at 65 minutes.
So if you took the average odds at 65 minutes to be 1.55 then the overall results would be 24 points up rather than 33.
That is still very good going whichever way you look at it though and with the high strike rate of around 70% this has been a very consistent and impressive performer.
Some people take a different approach and just request odds of 1.6 and then leave the bet to either be matched or not, which would mean some of the results recorded as winners on our spreadsheet would not have been matched – and conversely some recorded as voided would have been winners. Overall it would probably even itself out so we doubt the results would be very different doing it that way.
Anyway, they have also been testing some additional bots which have recorded some very promising results so we expect them to go live shortly.
Their bots operate in the Summer leagues as well so there are still alerts coming through, although of course not as many as during the main season as there are fewer fixtures.
Trade On Sports – Results Update
3rd May 2019
More profits for Trade on Sports’ main Overs Bot, with another 2 points profit made since our last update a month ago.
That means the Overs Bot is now 24 points up (or £2,360 up to £100 stakes) for our trial overall.*
The results on our spreadsheet are for backing the bot’s selections at 65 mins at average odds of 1.6, although there are other ways you could trade the selections (e.g. dripping them at 45, 60 and 75 mins). Some members have studied the different ways of following the bot and it appears the option we have recorded of backing at 65 mins is the most profitable.
There are also some other bots in beta mode which are showing a lot of promise, one which is over 50 points up and another two which are more than 20 points up each, so these are looking very good indeed.
Just to clarify that with the “bots” they have developed you still have to place the bets yourself, it is just that the bots are scanning the markets to find the opportunities.
Perhaps at some stage in the future they will have an auto-trade option, but for the time being you get the live alerts via the Telegram messenger app, which is straightforward to set up and follow, and then place the bets yourself.
All in all then we are really liking the look of Trade On Sports so far and think this is a very promising service.
*Correction – please note this previously stated the total profit was 25 points but there were a couple of errors in our spreadsheet that have now been corrected.
Trade On Sports – Results Update
4th April 2019
We have been taking a look at Trade On Sports for a while now and there is a lot to take in about the service.
They have a whole variety of features you can use, including:
- – Stats Databases
- – Chat Rooms
- – Bets in a variety of sports including tennis, NHL, NBA and more
- – Live in-play alerts for football
- – Prematch to inplay stats
- – And more besides
It can be a little overwhelming at first and difficult to know where to start.
However, the main feature at the moment in our opinion is their live “GameState Bot” which gives alerts at HT in football matches where it expects at least one more goal.
This has been operating since the start of October and has made substantial profit since starting up.
There are different ways you can follow the alerts, but it seems the most profitable is to put in a bet at the next goal up (so if it is 1-0 at HT, to back over 1.5 goals) at odds of 1.6, which on average gets matched at around the 65th minute if there are no goals up to that point.
Following this method has produced over 22 points profit (or £2200 to £100 flat stakes), which is pretty good going.
They have a number of other bots in live beta testing which are showing promise. One in particular involves betting that there will be at least one first half goal and has already amassed over 50 points profit.
There are also tennis bets sent out each day for players to lay and back and these are around 15 points up for the year so far.
Overall then we have been quite impressed with Trade On Sports so far. The TOS Gamestate Bot has delivered very good profits so far and there is lots of potential in their other strategies under development.
It still feels a little like a work in progress rather than the finished article, but the service certainly seems to be going in the right direction.
Trade On Sports – New Review
25th February 2019
Recently we have been spending more time looking at trading services rather than just tipsters and betting systems.
That’s because increasingly we are seeing that trading offers some advantages over traditional forms of betting.
Firstly, trading normally involves using the exchanges rather than the bookies, thus offering an attractive option for those who have had their bookie accounts restricted.
Secondly, with pre-event betting it can be difficult to find an edge with markets being so efficient these days. But once you go in-running, events can unfold in fast and unpredictable ways, offering the potential for the shrewd trader to find value by reacting quickly to how things are changing.
Thirdly – and in a related way – prices can fluctuate wildly in-running, meaning there is the potential to capitalise on these swings and make a decent profit from well-executed trades.
So with those advantages in mind we are looking at a relatively new but promising trading service called Trade On Sports.
The site is co-run by the respected Pete Nordsted, who some of you may know from his previous ventures including Premier Betting and numerous books on gambling he has published.
Together with some professional traders Pete has put together a range of resources for sports trading.
At the moment Trade on Sports covers 3 services:
• Trade on Tennis
• Trade on Football
• Ratings & Bets
You can join each service separately or you can join the Platinum service and receive everything. As a member you get access to a wealth of data and statistics via their apps, chat groups on Telegram and alerts for in-play trades on the relevant sports covered.
We have been following the service in a personal capacity for a while so decided it was about time we got a formal review going to record some of our findings and results.
Apparently they have some new software in the works for tennis trading so hopefully that will be available soon.
In the meantime though there is lots for us to get our teeth stuck into for the purposes of the review.
We will report back here soon with our initial findings on the trading services on offer and results achieved.