OddzBreaker is a powerful front-end interface for all serious Betfair users. "See well for betting better", it is perfect for market traders. Thanks to high level analyses tools, you can see markets variations and quickly apply your strategy
Jan 23, 2016 22:11:26
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: OddzBreaker is an optimized interface replacement for the leading Betting Exchange, Betfair.
Increase your profit and improve your performance by placing bets or trading without any additional loading time.
One click fast lightning betting and 'green up', side balance profits, ladders system always visible on the screen, and multiple selections (so called dutch betting and fixed odd placing).
OddzBreaker includes also an offset system to anticipate market, real-time charts market analysis, simulation mode (you can try a strategy without spend any money) and so many other features to discover.
OddzBreaker offers special trade options that allow you to equalize profit on Betfair with ease and the maximum possible speed.
Don't loose your time and screen space with unnecessary information but concentrate only on strategy with an optimized view of all revealing information on your market.
Each user can apply his own strategy in an effective way, or simply benefit from the great reactivity of OddzBreaker, which will give an unquestionable advantage compared to the other existing solutions.
Some options available:
-Direct betting in just one click (simple and multiple) with or without verification option.
-Automatic stake when trading.
-Profit balancing (from 0% to 100% profit on traded selection).
-Multiple markets tab.
-Multiple betting (include Dutch betting)
-Simplified betting with ladders (up to 3 ladders at the same time per markets tab).
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