The Bet Engine Review
This is a one off review of The Bet Engine sold by Alistair Moffatt of Bet Dynamics. The Bet Engine is not a system as such but is more of a method for automating systems, in otherwords, a bot and I must say a rather good one at that!
In the week I have been playing around with The Bet Engine I have been very impressed with it’s capabilities and feel that for what it offers it is very good value for money.
Basically The Bet Engine has the capability of running multiple betting systems at once and this is where the different subscription rates come in starting at £10 per month for 2 systems and £30 per month to run 10 systems. (There is of course the option to take a 7 day test drive at no cost at all)
The Bet Engine is a very straightforward download and the installation process is so simple my wife could even manage to do it ( she does the news section here so I hope she doesn’ read this!) The software is very easy to use and is packed full of options to suit every style of betting. Steamers and drifters can be detected as well as non runners, stop losses can be set as well as profit targets and all bets are stored on a database for record keeping purposes. There is also a trial mode which can be used in conjunction with a virtual bank to allow new systems to be tested which is what I plan to use it for going forward. This software contains many more features as well as numerous in built staking plans ranging from ratcheting to loss recovery.
A members forum is also in place meaning that everyone that buys The Bet Engine has the opportunity to bounce ideas off one another and ask for help if any problems arise although I doubt that this would be the case.