Betting Assistant

Betting Assistant 1.3

Automates and manages betting processes
3.6  (34 votes)
1.3.0.28 (See all)

Place and monitor the status of all kinds of online market bets in the dedicated program removing the manual operations for accessing the exchange and inputting data manually. It supports batch bet placement and works with custom pre-defined limitations.

Enjoy sports not only by practicing or watching it, but also by betting on it. Betting Assistant is a program that shows you updated information that can inform you before making a decision on how to bet. The information shown pertains to all the sports you can imagine. Also, you can see data from local and exotic leagues such as the Poland Volleyball National League.

The program is easy to use, but you need to know what you are doing. You only need to locate the sport in which you want to bet and the corresponding league. The program will show you the statistics of each competing team or player, as well as their odds. Then, you can select how much money you want to bet, and register your bet. It is simple, but you need to know how to read and interpret the statistics.

The program comes in two versions that are alternatives to Betfair and Betdaq betting sites, respectively. This review is focused on the Betfair version.

A negative aspect does not have to do with the program itself, but with the registration process. You need to give a lot of personal information, including your phone and address, in order to create an account, which is essential for using the program and make bets.

In sum, this is software for seasoned betting people who already know how to read game statistics and other pertinent information.

The shareware version of the program can be used for 30 days, after which you will need to pay a monthly or yearly fee to keep using it.

Victor Hernandez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Shows plenty of information to inform you of bets
  • View statistics
  • Make bets on any sports

Cons

  • Account requires too much private information
  • Not for beginners
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