What do the Profit and ROI without slippage figures represent?

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    January 22, 2023 10:59 AM GMT

    Slippage refers to the difference between the originally quoted pick odds and the actual odds at which the bet is placed.

     

    Profit without slippage is the profit that would have been made if the quoted odds for all bets were taken. Similarly, ROI without slippage is the return on investment that would have been achieved if all bets were placed with the originally quoted odds.

     

    Comparing these figures to your actual profit and ROI can give you an understanding of the impact of odds availability on your profitability and allow you to assess what is realistically achievable by following a pick source. It also helps you understand the impact of market liquidity and dropping odds on your performance so that you can adjust your strategy accordingly.

     


    This post was edited by tango at April 12, 2023 8:53 PM BST