Let's look at it together.
1. The calculator needs to be customized for you and we recommend setting several steps for yourself in the "Profile" section. For starters, tick "Use round numbers".
2. Also "Round to" (here you already choose yourself, depending on your deposit).
3. Time is local. This is convenient if you want to receive data on forks based on your time zone.
4. To all this, we recommend that you put the currency of the bookmakers from which you have been registered and are about to start making deals. It's simple. Also in the "Profile" section and click on "Save".
These steps are important in order to speed up the process of putting on forks and minimizing manual actions.
Now the calculator is ready!
The next step is to display more than 10 forks of bookmakers, namely, 50 and 100.
Here we can make so that the amount of the deal was put up automatically not $ 100, but 10, 20, 50, 500 $.
Use these improvements for individual convenience.
1. If you work with different currencies, then the percentage of profit may be different
2. If you have a small deposit for each transaction, then some transactions with a small percentage of income can point to a minus in one of the offices.
3. In the calculator you can change the data and round it. When "rounding the digits to integers" you can get the percentage of profit not as indicated in the general corner on the left
4. Correct and insert any other values - possible. Necessary. And is individually tuned for everyone.
5. "Fixing income" - a function that allows you not to change the amount of the transaction that will be placed in one of the offices, only the coefficients (if they change)
6. When using bookmakers with exchanges, the calculator calculates the amounts based on the commission's interest at once
7. The calculator has an income distribution function in such a way that only in 2 out of 3 bookmakers you get a profit, and in one of them only the amount of the deal put in the face value.
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