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03 May 15 09:03
Date Joined: 14 Oct 08
| Topic/replies: 225 | Blogger: tier's blog

Does anyone know any betting software that can bet on multiple sites or on the same site but multiple accounts simultaneusly. And that does not use API. What I'm trying to do is to bet in play on two sites or on one site on two accounts simultaneously. Since I do this in play I can't just bet on one site then switch my browser window and bet on another also because the odds may as well be gone. I'm not trying to arb but make the same bet on two different browser windows to up my betting stakes. So for example bookie accepts 250€ for one bet but I want to bet 500€. I have a choice of making the same bet on two different bookies or at one bookie if I have two accounts. The problem is to make them simultaneusly to get them matched. Any software that can do it? Like the least it must do is that I assign two buttons or places on two different webpages that are open on my screen but then click on one place but it clicks on these two places.
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Report longbridge May 5, 2015 2:57 PM BST

Pretty sure that doesn't exist.  To build it you'd have to do what people did on here before there was an API and screen-scrape the websites.  And that's a real pain because every time the website changes, just by a few pixels or an extra box, you have to fix your scraping, it's a constant maintenance job.

Interested to know why you specify "And that does not use API"?  As it happens I don't think there are any for licensing reasons,  but if one did exist it'd be a better option than one not using an API...
Report tier May 6, 2015 9:45 PM BST

That was specified because the place I'm betting does not give API permissions to regular users...

And for someone that is also interested I found couple of automatic mouse clickers whe you can specify spots where to click and then use hot key on your keyboard and will not click simultaneously but just very in milliseconds so close enough.
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