I don't know but pay attention that his robot sent requests almost every second, and not all but many of them were accepted.This is a step in the right direction, but I am still far from convinced.
1. MANY orders were rejected. If this magic EA could force wrong prices, why were all of those rejected?
If it was an attempt to catch positive slippage why all the deals (which were performed) were performed exactly on the "wrong" side of the spread?Personally, I have a suspicion. If Sebytim's EA or any other EA really was capable of pushing in orders on the "wrong" side of the spread (whether this is even possible is still up for discussion), it was just an attempt to catch positive slippage.
The answer is wrong. See the screenshot in the post 11.I am answering here : I AM NOT!!