ROI is based on wagering to win $10 per suggested unit.
This is where you may see differences between our stats and the sports monitors we use. Everyone calculates differently, some apply $100 per unit and many also calculate based on that amount actually wagered. Below is an example of how we do it vs how a sports monitor may calculate based on a $10 play per unit.Example: Team A has a money line of -120
Pro Sports Handicappers suggests 4 units on team A which is an actual wager of $48 (to win $40). A win returns a profit of $40 but a loss would be -$48.
A Sports Monitor shows 4 units on team A but calculates as an actual wager of $40 (to win $33). A win returns a profit of $33 but a loss would be -$40.
Over the course of many games this could become a big difference even though both are accurate. However you will find that the win/loss record should be very close. Monitors don't always offer the same lines which in some cases can make the difference between a win or a loss and there are times here and there where we may not get a game into the monitor on time.
|Overall Totals||708||514||+421.1||58 %|
|Past 30 Days||5||7||-52.5||42 %|
|JULY 2020||JUNE 2020|
|Types Of Wagers Per Sport - 90 Days|
|Sport||Point Spread||Money Line||Totals|
|Performance By Suggested Units - 90 Days|
|2 Unit||3 Units||4 Units||5 Units|
|Past Season Performance|
|Overall Totals||769||608||+798.3||56 %|
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