What are the Profit and ROI without slippage figures in the stats of the "My Bets" page?

Slippage is the result of taking a bet at a lower price than the tipster's quoted price.

Profit without slippage is the profit that you would have had, if you had taken the tipster's quoted price in all bets. Similarly, ROI without slippage is the ROI that you would have had, if all bets were placed with the tipster's odds.

The difference between these two figures and your actual profit and ROI, helps you understand what is realistically achievable by following a tipster and assess the impact that price availability has on your profitability.

Posted in FAQ - General on August 12 at 08:00 PM

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