Creating a New Strategy

To create a new strategy, select the "Create New" option on the "My Strategies" page. This will lead you to a new page where you can enter the basics of your strategy:

Strategy Name

Define a name for your strategy, serving as a reference for you and appearing in alerts. You can change it afterwards.

Desired Outcome / Auto-Striking

Choose one of the expected outcomes to monitor your strategy's strike rate automatically. When a desired outcome is selected, our platform will mark your pick as a Hit or Miss in your strategy history, based on the fulfillment of the outcome you have set. This reflects on the Strike Rate of your strategy. It does not affect your strategy in any other way. This is fully optional.

After setting the basics, click the "Save" button to proceed to the next step. Now, you'll start actively shaping the unique criteria for your strategy by adding it's first rule.

Adding rules to your strategy

Our platform features two distinct but complimentary modes of creating strategy rules to cater to different user needs:

The Easy Mode presents only the key options and is set as the default for newcomers. This mode, while simple, is highly effective and suitable for most needs.

The Advanced Mode, for those seeking more depth to their analysis, unlocks comprehensive, intricate criteria, allowing you to fully harness the platform's capabilities.

A key principle applicable to every rule: There are always three elements. Left value; Comparator; Right value. The two values are always compared using the chosen comparator (equals, greater than, less than, etc...). Typically, the Left value is the statistic you want to evaluate, and the Right value is the target number you seek. For example, if we have the rule 'Goals of Home = 3', the Left value is 'Goals of Home' (which will be retrieved dynamically for each match), and '3' is the Right value. Once you comprehend this fundamental concept, everything else will become straightforward.

Continue reading on the next chapter to understand how to formulate rules.