Carry Over P+L In Tournament Markets

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Carry Over P+L In Tournament Markets

Postby Deestar » Fri Jun 11, 2021 12:35 pm

Hi

Is it possible for BA to show the market P+L per runner taking into account settled runners?

So for example in the French Open Tennis Men's winner betting my P+L currently shows in BA as a loss per each player remaining, where the market is green over all (and shows as such on the the website) because I've theoretically been paid out on those already knocked out.

It would be useful if BA could show the actual market position. Not sure if I'm just missing a setting or it doesn't currently have the functionality.

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Re: Carry Over P+L In Tournament Markets

Postby MarkRussell » Thu Jun 24, 2021 11:39 am

Hi,

Sorry the software does not currently have an option for including settled bets on such markets.

It is something that we could add to a future release.

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