Bot betting – is arbing with an automated software possible?
Perhaps you have been wondering if designing an automated betting software for arbing is a profitable
option in a long run. If so, feel free to read this article and reconsider.
The common sense goes like this – if one is able to place an arb himself with an easy logic required
to the process it should be relatively simple to tell the machine what to do and hire it to such a
(lets honestly say not that demanding job). And in a way it is precisely like this, however once
executed the other challenges emerge.
– Advantages of designing the automated arbing software
– Precision of placing arbs
– Rapid arbs placing)
– No human factor (no mistakes, no gambling after vodka)
– 24/7 operation – increased turnover
– Saved time
With these advantages being mentioned idea of creating such a machine sounds even more encouraging.
This is however the moment to list some vital disadvantages of the project:
-> Development costs
-> Voided bets without an action
-> Maintainance/fix/support costs
-> Quick limits because of the high turnover
-> Suspicious activity
-> In most cases against the terms and conditions of the given bookmaker
The current closest development, resembling automated software is made by Rebelbetting (their product
include the betting browser, which features an auto-login and some other improvements).
In summary usage of such automated systems is a high-risk action and might result in confiscation of
funds or misplaced bets, resulting in severe money loss.
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