In-play Scanner Review – Final Verdict

In-play Scanner Review

I have had a month to use the inplay scanner and much like its counterpart the Pre Match Trading Tool I have found it be a useful piece of software for football trading.

If you are not familiar with the inplay scanner please read the review introduction below.

Inplay Scanner Review : Introduction

Inplay Scanner Review 

When I trade football I will usually be watching the game live and making trading decisions by what I am seeing in the game and the research I have done beforehand.

On a busy Saturday afternoon though this style of trading is probably not optimal with hundreds of games being played at the same time. What I had done previously before I used the scanner was highlight games that I thought may be value and make a note to check them at half time.

The inplay scanner allows me to set the software up on a separate laptop and be able to quickly get numerous statistics on every game that I have an interest in whilst also watching another game live.

Inplay Scanner Review
The inplay scanner page

 

The scanner is very customisable as you filter a number of factors including the odds ranges, liquidity, number of goals in a game, time remaining in a game. The software also allows to save any filters that you would like to as a strategy which you can then load up the next time you wish to trade and have all the filters automatically set up.

A noticeable inclusion in the software is that of the pressure indicator. The pressure indicator gives an indication how the previous ten minutes of a game have been going and whether teams are really pushing for a goal or dominating there opposing team.

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Highlighting the pressure indicator

There is a strategy section that comes with the inplay scanner this details members strategies that have been successful in the past. It gives you a breakdown of how to set up your filters to follow these strategies.

Inplay Scanner Review – Final Verdict

The inplay scanner is a tool to make a football traders life easier. If you are a trader that likes to lay the second half draw or lays the correct in 60th minute for example then this software is probably ideal for you.

This software will allow you to put a higher volume of trades if your trading is focused around goals. The scanner is also likely throw up some trading opportunities that you wouldn’t normally be aware of.

There is chat room which comes as part of the subscription which is very active and includes a number of members shouting out the trades they are entering or good trading opportunities that they have spotted.

A subscription to the in-play scanner also gives access to the pre match trading chat room which has some experienced members pointing out potential trades.

At £39.00 a month the in-play scanner isn’t cheap however there is a lot of value to be found from the software if your style of trading is one that is reliant on goals. There is also a cheaper option of £20 for 14 days if you were looking to trial the software.

Its a very efficient and useful piece of software for trading the in-play football markets if you are someone that wants to put in a large volume of trades and trade multiple games at the the same time.

The in-play scanner gets a rating of 3.5 stars from me.

You can read more about the inplay scanner watch some tutorial videos on the official site here

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Ryan Bruno is a former mixed martial arts and kickboxing competitor. He loves sports and making money online. After finishing university he played online poker and taught English for a living in Thailand for a few years. Upon returning to England his focus has been on making a living from sports trading, betting and arbitrage.

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Inplay Scanner

7

Service

7.0/10

Pros

  • Quick access to inplay stats
  • Easy to use

Cons

  • You can get the same stats manually
About Smart Sports Trader 103 Articles
Ryan Bruno is a former mixed martial arts and kickboxing competitor. He loves sports and making money online. After finishing university he played online poker and taught English for a living in Thailand for a few years. Upon returning to England his focus has been on making a living from sports trading, betting and arbitrage.

2 Comments

    • Bookmaker sites like Bet365 and William hill.
      There are also sites like flashscore that provide stats on the bigger games,

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