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Proofed Results for Gleith Racing - Saturn Lay Selections

Month by Month Breakdown of Proofed Results Based on 1 Point Level Stakes

MonthBetsSR%StakedProfit
April 20172060.020.00-2.41
March 20172470.824.001.14
February 20174060.040.00-5.14
January 20173174.231.002.94
Total for 201711566.1115.0-3.47
 
MonthBetsSR%StakedProfit
December 20163574.335.004.23
November 20163348.533.00-7.16
October 20163562.935.00-0.31
September 20165060.050.00-6.70
August 20161172.711.001.36
Total for 201616462.2164.0-8.58
 

Bets = Number of selections provided
SR% = Percentage Success Rate. i.e. number of profitable selections / number of selections
Staked = Total amount risked on selections, based on amounts entered by the tipster (e.g. a 10 point bet placed at odds of 4/1 would be a stake of 40 points as that is the amount you'd lose if the selection won the race).
Profit = Total points profit/loss. For 2008 onwards Betfair Starting Prices are used. For years prior to that, odds of 15% above SP are used. The figures assume a commission rate of 5% on all winning bets. This is an upper amount and will reduce the more bets you place with Betfair. You can see the effect of varying the assumed commission % by looking at the Full Proofed Results (see link above).

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