Player Profile Complete Guide

The Player Profile Guide provides comprehensive information on creating and managing player accounts. The guide covers all aspects of player profiles, including creating a new player, modifying their settings, and attracting more players. The guide is designed to help agents maximize their success by effectively using the player profile feature on

Player Detail Panel

The Player Detail Panel is an important section of the agent dashboard, providing a comprehensive overview of the player activity under the current agent. The Panel consists of the following details:

Active Players: This indicates the number of players who are currently active and have made plays.

Active Players Allowed: The number of maximum players that this agent is authorized to have, based on their Kingpin subscription level.

Total Players: This shows the total number of players that this agent has in their book, including both active and inactive players.

"Get More Players" allows agents to increase the number of active players they are allowed to have under their Kingpin subscription. The cost to add more players is calculated based on the remaining days of their subscription. Keep in mind the number of days will decrease regardless of whether the additional player slots are utilized or not.

Take a look at the following example

If you added five more players 

1) Your New active Players Allowed will add up to 130 players.

2) Your new subscription date will be shortened by 2 days from November 30 to November 28, 2022.

Tips: If you are still determining how many players you will have, we recommend buying a lower-cost package such as the Premium or Premium Elite. If you are getting more players in the middle of your subscription, use the "Get More Players" feature in "Player Profiles. This will allow you to add more players in the middle of the subscription without paying more, and the system will deduct your subscription days accordingly.

Note: When payment is pending, the Get More Players will disappear. It will appear again after payment is completed. The feature will appear again after our accounting department verifies and processes your payment. Sometimes agent doesn't see this feature because their payment is pending.


Question 1: If I upgrade my subscription in the middle of the month, can I do so without paying the full price again? (Do I only pay the difference?)

Answer 1: If you wish to add more players during an existing subscription, you can do so using the "Get More Players" feature in the Player Profiles. This will allow you to add more players without paying the full price again, and the system will prorate the number of subscription days accordingly.

Question 2: I don't see a "Get More Players" feature on the bookie.

Answer 2: If you cannot see the "Get More Players" feature in the Player Profiles, it could be due to a pending order. Please log out and log back in to see if your order has been approved. If the issue persists, please get in touch with our support team for assistance.

Advance Search

This tool makes it easier for agents to locate a player among many in their book. By using filters such as player status (Active, Inactive, or Pending), PIN, or Agent, you can quickly find the player you are looking for. The Advance Search feature is shown in the picture below.

Sort By Dropdown: This allows you to sort the player grid based on different fields.

Status Dropdown: This allows you to filter the grid based on the player's status, such as Active, Inactive, or Pending.

Agent Dropdown: This allows you to filter the grid based on a specific agent.

Search By Dropdown: This allows you to choose how to search for a player, such as by Player Name, PIN, or Player Login.

Search Text: In this field, you can enter text or numbers based on your selection in the "Search By" dropdown. The grid will be filtered based on your input in this field.

Add Player, Inactive Players, and Delete Players buttons.

These buttons provide different functionalities to manage your player accounts. By using the "Add Players" button, you can easily create new player accounts in your system. The "Inactivate Players" button will automatically change the status of players who have been inactive for the past 15 days. Lastly, the "Delete Players" button will allow you to remove inactive players from your account permanently.

Add Players: It allows you to create a new player account in your system. The process of adding a new player is described in detail on the following page.

Inactivate Players: It will set all active players who have not made a play in the last 15 days to inactive.

Delete Players: It will remove all inactive players from your account.

Player Profile Player Add/Edit Panel

This section provides instructions for assigning an agent to a player and creating a player profile with a name, login, and password. The player also has the option to change their password through their personal interface.

Assign Agent: Choose the agent that will manage this player, who is under the roster of "Lucky Book."

Player Name: Enter the player's name.

Login Information: Input the player's login and password.

Password Change Option: Enable the player to change their password through their personal interface.

The following is an example where the player can change their password on their player’s interface. 

Action Tracker & Message Player

The Action Tracker is a tool that allows you to keep track of your players' bets. It sends an email notification every time a player places a bet, which includes the amount wagered and the line played on. You can set up multiple email addresses by separating them with commas. The configuration of the Action Tracker can be done both at the player level in their Player Profile and the book level in the "Tools/Sports Settings" section.

To ensure reliable tracking, you can set a minimum amount that will trigger the tracker and display a message to the player every time they log in. The message lifespan can also be set so it stays visible for a specified number of days. While it is possible to receive updates on your phone through text messages, this method is often unreliable because of the limitations of phone companies sending SMS messages from the internet. For more reliable notifications, it is recommended to set up the Action Tracker to send updates to an email account.

If the player receives a confirmation number, it is easier to track their play. For this reason, it is recommended to set up an Action Tracker for the player and send them an email every time they make a play. In case of disputes, the player can use the Action Tracker email as proof of play submission.

Action Tracker Minimum Amount: Specify the minimum amount of a player's bet that you want to be tracked. The Action Tracker will only record and send notifications for bets that exceed this minimum amount.

Message to Player: Display a message to the selected player every time they log in. If you want to display a message to all players, you can use the "Message to All Players" feature on the agent dashboard.

Message Life Span: Set the duration you want messages to be visible.


Question:  Can I receive Action Tracker updates on my phone? I tried entering my phone number, but it didn't work.

Answer: Sending text messages from the internet to phone companies can be inconsistent due to the limitations of SMS. To ensure more reliable notifications, it is recommended to configure the Action Tracker to send updates to an email account. If you have a smartphone, such as an iPhone or Android, you can set it up to send updates to an email account on the phone. This will give you instant notifications.

Profiles/Player Profiles/Player Settings

The Player Settings section allows you to customize your player's interface type and options. You can choose between two interface options, Awesome and Legacy, and select the one that best suits your player's needs. The Awesome interface is a modern and user-friendly option, with dynamic line updates and no need for constant refreshing. It is beneficial for live line betting.

Player Interface Type: Select the sportsbook interface that the player will use. There are two interfaces, Awesome and Legacy. The Awesome interface is the most popular choice among users.

Awesome Interface: The Awesome interface use the latest technology and is similar to modern sites such as Fanduel.  You do not need to click “Refresh” to update the lines as the line update dynamically/automatically even though there is a “Refresh” button if you have an impatient player.  The Awesome interface is suitable for Live Lines as you don’t want to click on Refresh every 5 seconds.  

Here is an example of a player on Awesome interface.

The Legacy is an older interface developed in 2010 and does not have dynamic lines. It was initially designed to provide discreetness to the players.

Here is an example of a player on Legacy Interface

Line Type

There are two types of lines. "Sharp Line" and "Square Line"

Square lines: move infrequently, and the juice is always the same on both sides.  They are the same lines in the newspaper, such as Oakland -3 -110 vs. San Diego +3 -110.  They are essential lines and are used for novice players.

Sharp lines: move more frequently, and the juice is constantly changing, such as Oakland -3 -105 vs. San Diego +3 -115 or Oakland -3 Even vs. San Diego -120. Sharp lines are for players who are professional players, and square lines are for players who are novices and who have much smaller action. Sharp lines are the gold standard for any sportsbooks, whereas Square lines, which tend to move slower at a less confusing rate, are made for recreational players. Choose sharp lines for professional players and Square lines for amateur players.

Sportsbook Juice

Juice, also known as vigorish or the take, is the amount a bookmaker charges for his or her service. You can set the general juice for each one of your players there.

The juice is part of the line.  Let’s say your line is -110, and the juice is 10%.  The player must risk 110 to win 100.

Account Type

There are four types of accounts available: Weekly Balance, Running Balance, Credit Deposit and Withdraw, and Balance Deposit and Withdraw. Additionally, there are Credit and Limit Settings, which allow you to manage credit allocation, set risk limits, determine maximum winnings, and more.

Players and agents must understand how these account types and settings work to manage their balances and minimize potential losses effectively. The article will provide a comprehensive guide on each account type and how to use the Credit and Limit Settings to your advantage.

Weekly Balance

If your player is on a weekly balance, you can set the day the balance will be reset each week by accessing the Weekly Balance Ending Day in the Tools/Sports Setting. For example, if you set the week-ending day to Sunday, the player's balance will reset to zero every Monday morning.

Running Balance

If you want to keep track of a player's balance over a more extended period of time, you can set their balance type to "Running." This allows the player's balance to accumulate and persist rather than resetting automatically at the end of each week. However, it is essential to note that if you want to clear the player's balance, you will need to manually reset it using the Reset link in their Player Profile. For players with a Running Balance, we recommend using the Total Report, as it displays the player's overall balance rather than just the balance for the current week. This way, you can see the player's entire financial history on your platform.

Click on Account Type Help to learn more about Credit Deposits and Balance Deposits.

Credit & Limit Settings

The Credit & Limit Settings outlines the restrictions and limits that can be set for a player in a player profile. This includes credit limits, risk limits, max win amounts per play and per week, and casino credit and max win amounts for casino games. These limits can help the agent control the player's betting and ensure that they do not make large or unsustainable plays.

Credit: Allot an amount of credit for this player.

Risk Limit: Restriction this player from making big plays by setting the maximum amount this player can risk for each play.

Max Win: Limit this player’s winnings by setting the maximum amount this player can win per play.

Max Win Per Week: Limit this player’s winning by setting the maximum amount this player can win per week. If the player is on Running Balance, the limit will be set on the Running Balance.

Casino Credit: Allot an amount of credit for the casino for this player.

Max Casino Win: Limit this player’s winnings by setting the maximum amount this player can win per casino play. 

Free Play Features

Attracting New Players with Free Credits is a standard marketing strategy bookmakers and online gaming platforms use to attract new players and retain current ones. Offering free play credits can help players familiarize themselves with the platform and its offerings. If they have a positive experience, they may be more likely to deposit their funds and become regular players. Additionally, by offering incentives for players to refer their friends, the bookmaker can leverage the power of word of mouth to reach new audiences and expand its player base.

Free Play Credit: Set the amount of credit used for the Free Play. If the player loses, the credit will be considered a no-action play. If they win, they will receive a reward.

Free Play Type: There are two types of Free Play: Restricted or Flexible. Restricted requires the player to use all their free play credit in one play, while Flexible allows them to use the credit for multiple plays.

The following example will give the player 100 Flexible Free Play credits.

After providing your player with "Free Play" credit, they can use it on their interface by checking a box for straight plays. This option will not be available for parlays, etc. If the player loses the play, the system will cancel it. However, if they win, they will receive the winnings. The Free Play will be labeled as such on both the Open/Graded Play report and the player's interface.

With flexible Free Play, players can use the credit on multiple plays by checking the "Use Free Play" checkbox after selecting a line. Here is an example of how the Free Play credit works.

The following is an example of giving a player 100 on Restricted free play.

With Restricted Free Play, the player must use all their free play credit in a single play. Once they have selected the line and checked the "Use Free Play" checkbox, they will not be able to make any changes to the credit amount, unlike the Flexible Free Play option.

Multi-Type & BuyPoints Settings 

The Multi-Type & Buy Points Settings section allows you to control the sports betting experiences you offer your players. You can set limits on the number of lines players can include in a parlay, teaser, or reverse, as well as the maximum number of points they can buy. Additionally, you can restrict point buying on specific basketball and football games, giving you more control over the betting options you offer.

Max Team Parlay: This player is allowed to parlay the maximum number of lines.

Max Team Teaser: This player's maximum number of lines can be included in a teaser.

Max Team Action Reverse: The maximum number of lines that this player is allowed to choose for a reverse.

Max Buy Points: The highest number of points this player can buy.

Buy Point Restriction: Limits point buying on specific basketball and football games. Setting it to "No" will allow the player to buy points on all games.

Note: Point buying is not permitted on lines with a juice lower than -110. This includes lines with odds such as -115, -120, and -125. Point buying is also not allowed on circled games or other games or when the point spread is over +10.

To remove these restrictions and allow point buying on all lines, go to Player Profiles, select the player, and disable the point buying restriction rule by setting the Buy Point Restriction to "No."

Example 1: Max Team Parlay: The maximum of lines that this player can parlay.

In this example, the Max Team Parlay has been set to 3, meaning the player can only include 3 lines in their parlay bet.

An error will occur if the player attempts to parlay four teams, but the Max Team Parlay has been set to a limit of three teams by the agent.

Example 2

In this example, the Max Buy Points have been set to 3, meaning this player can only buy up to 3 points.

An example of buying points is available on the confirmation screen. After the player has chosen the desired lines, they can purchase points on the next screen. A demonstration of this feature can be found on the player's platform.

Here is an example of the player site where the Max Buying Points has been set to 3 by the agent, allowing the player to purchase up to 3 points, as demonstrated in the accompanying images.

Football & Basketball Teaser

Teasers are currently available only for basketball and football games. The availability of these types of bets will depend on the agent's settings in the player's book. As seen in the following illustration, once the player has selected their desired line, they can see the teasers available.

This shows what type of bet the player has chosen after selecting the desired line.

Player Profile Send Player E-mail Invite

Inviting Players to Play Fantasy Sportsbook
In this section, you can invite players to participate in your sportsbook by sending them an email invitation.
Player's Email: Enter the email address of the player you want to invite. They will receive the invitation through this email.
Your Sportsbook URL: Provide the players with your sportsbook URL where they will access the site to start playing. Ensure you have registered a domain name and set it up to forward to your unique URL on the system.
You can add a personalized message to the invitation, including the player's login information and offering well wishes for their experience. An example message could be: "Use the login 'xxx' and password 'xxx' to play in my fantasy sportsbook. Good luck, and have fun!"

Player Profile Edit Player's Settings

As an administrator, you can manage and customize each player's experience on your platform. Whether it's updating their information, adjusting their credit, or modifying their status,

To make changes to a player's settings, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Profile / Player Profiles
  2. Locate the player you want to edit using the PIN column.
  3. Click on the player's PIN.

You can find the player's PIN in the PIN column, along with the player's name and agent. The player's status, adjustment, and temporary credit can also be found in the corresponding columns.

Column PIN / Player Name / Player’s Agent

Column Status / Adjustment / Temp Credit

Status (Active/Inactive/Pending)

The player's status can be set to one of three options: "Active," "Inactive," or "Pending." You can find the player's status in the "Status" column under the "Player Profiles" section. Having an unlimited number of "Inactive" players will not impact the count of "Active" players.

You can manage each player's status, adjustment, and temporary credit in the player profiles section. There are three possible statuses: Active, Inactive, and Pending. Inactive players cannot log in to the system and are dormant while Pending players can log in and view lines but will become Active and count against your active player count once they make a play.

The Adjustment feature allows you to alter a player's balance by decreasing it as a negative balance owed or increasing it as a positive winning balance. The Temporary Credit tool allows you to add temporary credit to a player's account with a designated lifespan.

To use the Adjustment feature, you can select the balance category type, enter the adjustment date, provide a description, and enter the adjustment amount. You can also hide the adjustment so that it won't appear in reports except for the Total Report.

In the following example, the player's balance is adjusted by -100. Before and after the adjustment, the player's balance is reflected on the player profiles page.

You can edit a player's account by using the Adjustment feature on the Player Profiles grid. You can increase or decrease the player's balance by selecting the balance category type (Sportsbook, Racebook, Casino) and entering an adjustment amount. You can use the Temporary Credit tool to add temporary credit to the player's account.

It's important to note that the Adjustment feature will become inactive once your account expires. If you make a mistake with the adjustment, you can always use the Tools/Cancel Play feature to reverse it. The Confirmation Number of an adjustment can be found by going to Reports/Graded Plays and pulling up Adjustments under Report Type. The confirmation number will appear on the left column under the Agent/Confirmation# column.

To retrieve the Confirmation Number for an adjustment you made, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Reports/Graded Plays section.
  2. In the Report Type field, select "Adjustments."
  3. Click on "Show Report."
  4. The confirmation number for the player or adjustment can be found in the left column, under the "Agent/Confirmation#" column. The confirmation number will appear as in the picture below.

To cancel a play, follow these steps:

  1. Copy the confirmation number for the play.
  2. Go to the Tools/Cancel Play section.
  3. Paste the ticket or confirmation number into the designated field.
  4. Click on "Show Report".

The following picture shows how to cancel a play:


Question 1: Can you explain what the "hidden adjustment" checkbox/feature does or means while making adjustments to balances? 

Answer 1:The "hidden adjustment" hides the adjustment in your Weekly Balance Report or Total Report.  It's a way to adjust a player's adjustment without counting it as a loss or win.  For example, your player may be down -100, and you want to adjust his balance back to 0 but still count the -100 as a loss for the week. You will make a "Hidden Adjustment" of +100 to get his balance back to zero.  This +100 adjustment, however, will not show up in the Weekly or Total report, and his Weekly Balance when you run the report is still -100.

Question 2: Can I change the settings so that if I debit or credit an account, it won't reflect on the weekly total balance? 

Answer 2: You can make a hidden adjustment using the adjustment feature in Player Profiles.  The hidden adjustment won't show up on the balance reports.

Question 3: If a player loses all his credit in the middle of the week and needs more credit, is it better to use adjustment or temp credit? 

Answer 3: It is better to use the Temp Credit.  The Adjustment is to adjust the balance.  If you use the Adjustment, it will alter his win/loss.  The Temp Credit is so that you can add credit in the middle of the week if the player is out of credit.

Column Login/Password

The Login/Password column in the system offers two options for the user interface, Legacy and Awesome. Both interfaces provide different features and functionalities that cater to different needs and preferences. The Legacy interface is the older version, developed in 2010. The Awesome interface is a more recent version that uses modern technology and is similar to popular websites such as Fanduel. The Awesome interface offers dynamic line updates, making it suitable for live line applications, while the Legacy interface does not have this feature. Choose the interface that best suits your needs and experience the convenience and efficiency of using this system.

The column Login/Password has two interfaces: Legacy and Awesome. By clicking on "player login," it will redirect you to the Legacy interface, and by clicking on "password," you will be taken to the Awesome interface.

The Awesome interface is modern and uses the latest technology, similar to websites such as Fanduel. The lines in this interface update automatically, so clicking the "Refresh" button is no longer necessary. This makes it ideal for Live Lines, as you don't have to manually refresh every few seconds. On the other hand, the Legacy interface is an older interface developed in 2010 and does not have dynamic line updates.

Here is an example of a player using the Legacy interface.

Here is an example of a player on Awesome Interface

Note: Late Play Entry Feature for Master Roster Agents

The "Late Play Entry" feature allows Master Roster agents to access and place bets on events that have already occurred. By launching a player from Player Profiles and accessing the Legacy interface through the player's login link, you will be able to view and place bets on props and lines from previous events. However, keep in mind that this feature is only available to Master Roster agents, and other players will not be able to see these late entries.

For example, if you want to place bets for a previous day's College Football games, click on the player's login from the Player Profiles and view the College Football lines.

The color coding on the Legacy interface in our system serves as a visual indicator for the status of games. Circled games are displayed in pink, newly added games in green, and games that have already been played in brown.

Master agents have the ability to access late play entries on the Legacy interface, by clicking on the player's login from Player Profile in their agent site. This allows them to enter bets even after a game has closed. However, players who log in from the player site won't be able to see the closed lines.

Add Custom Play

The Custom Play feature in Profiles/Player Profiles under Column Login/Password allows you to manually enter a play that is not posted by the system. This play can be graded in the Open Play report, and is useful for migrating existing books from other agents.

The Custom Play feature in the Profiles/Player Profiles section of Column Login/Password allows you to input a bet that is not available in the system. This is useful for transferring open bets from your previous bookmaking software to, even if it is not compatible.

For instance, if you previously had an open bet with another bookmaking software provider, but have now created a new account with, you can use the Custom Play feature to recreate that bet. In this way, you can keep track of your open bets in one place.

Here is an example of how to add a custom play for player David.

"Chicago Cubs/Regular Season Wins

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A Custom Play is a unique bet that you personally entered for a player in the Player Profiles section. This play will appear in both the player's Open Play report and your Open Play report. You can manually grade the Custom Play as a win, loss, or no action in the Open Plays section, and the result will be reflected in the Graded Plays and included in all relevant reports.

As a master agent, you can view this in the Reports/Open Plays Report. It is important to note that, as a master agent, you will be responsible for manually grading the Custom Play in the Open Plays section. The following example demonstrates how a Custom Play works.

Individual players can view their custom play in their Open Play report.

Column Balance/Casino Balance

In Column Balance/Casino Balance, there are two ways to manage your account balance. The first option is a running balance, where your account balance is updated in real-time. The second option is a weekly balance, where the balance is reset at the end of the week. You can set the day of the week when the balance will be reset automatically in the "Tools" section under "Sports Setting" and "Weekly Balance Ending Day."

To have an ongoing balance, set the player's balance type to "Running" in the Player Profiles. This can be done by accessing the player's profile, clicking on their PIN, and changing the balance type configuration from the default "Weekly" to "Running."

Risk Limit/Max win Limit/Default Juice

Betting limitations are important for players to maintain control over their betting habits and ensure responsible gambling. To help players manage their betting, the system has set a Risk Limit of $150, a Max Win of $350, and a default juice of -110 for the player. The agent, who is the administrator of the player's account, can modify these limits if needed. To make changes to the Risk Limit, the agent needs to go to the player's profile, find their PIN under the PIN/Player Name column, and look for the Risk Limit section. If the player tries to bet more than the $150 Risk Limit, they will encounter an error. However, if the agent wishes to allow for higher-risk betting, they can increase the Risk Limit by adjusting the setting in the player's profile.

There will be an error when he tries to risk 200 because the risk limit in his profile is set at 150. To allow a risk of more than 150, the agent needs to raise his risk limit to something higher by clicking on his player’s PIN in the player profile and looking for Risk Limit.

Line Type/Sports Settings/Payout Settings

Line Type refers to the type of betting lines used for the player. By default, the system uses "Sharp Lines," which are the preferred lines for professional bettors as they are constantly changing and offer different juice for each side of the bet. If a player is a novice, they can opt for "Square Lines," which are -110 on both sides and do not move much, making them less confusing.

Sports Settings allow you to set unique restrictions for each player, such as a minimum risk limit. To set a player's unique Sports Settings, go to their profile and click on the "Sport" link in the last column.

Payout Settings determine the payouts for all players in the book, but you can also set unique payouts for a specific player. To do so, go to the player's profile and click on the "Payout" link under the Line Type/Unique Sports Settings/Payout Settings column. If a player has their own unique Sports Settings, the "Sport" link under the Line Type/Sports Settings/Payout Settings column will be bolded.

Line Types

By default, the system uses Sharp Line. If you prefer Square Line, the lines will have a consistent value of -110 on both sides for all lines. Square lines do not fluctuate much and the juice (commission) is always the same on both sides, like Oakland -3 -110 vs. San Diego +3 -110. They are the most basic lines and are suitable for beginner players.

Sharp lines, on the other hand, are constantly changing and are intended for professional players. For example, the line might be Oakland -3 -105 vs. San Diego +3 -115 or Oakland -3 Even vs. San Diego -120.

Sharp lines are the preferred choice for experienced sports bettors, while Square lines are designed for recreational players who prefer a slower and less confusing betting experience.

Sports Settings (Personalized Sports Settings for a Player)

Each player can have their own personalized Sports Settings. This allows you to set a minimum risk limit for each player. To set a personalized Sports Settings for a player, go to Player Profiles and click on the "Sport" link in the last column for that player. This will allow you to customize the Sports Settings for that specific player.

For example, if you check the Tools/Sports Settings, you will see that the default Circled and Added Game Limits are set at 550 for all players in the book.

Here is an error of 550 when player Davis tries to play on MLB that is still circled.

There's a restriction in the Tools/Sports Settings, which restricts player David from playing in any circled or added games exceeding 550. However, if you wish to allow David to play in such games, you can create unique Sports Settings for him. To do this, go to Player Profiles, click on the "Sport" link for David in the "Line Type/Sports Settings/Payout Settings" column, and then set his personalized Sports Settings, which will override the restriction in Tools/Sports Settings.

Yes, go for this player.

In this example, we set Davis circled and added the game limit to 800.

Scroll down to the bottom page and Save Setting

When player Davis tried to play on a College Football game that was circled, he encountered an error of 550 due to the restriction set in Tools/Sports Settings. However, if you want to allow player Davis to play on circled games or added games with a limit higher than 550, you can create a unique Sports Settings for him. To do this, go to Player Profiles and in the last column labeled "Line Type/Sports Settings/Payout Settings," click on "Sport" for Davis. This will allow you to create a personalized Sports Settings for him, which will bypass the restriction in Tools/Sports Settings.

After setting up his individualized Sports Settings, player Davis was able to successfully submit a bet on a circled College Football game with a limit of 700, as shown in the image below.

You can identify a player with unique sports settings by bolded the  Sports link under the column Line Type/Sports Settings/Payout Settings.

If a player has their own custom sports settings, they are identified by a bolded "Sports" link in the column labeled "Line Type/Sports Settings/Payout Settings." The book's settings in the Tools/Sports Settings do not apply to these players.

Unique Payouts Setting

The ability to set payouts for individual players is a valuable tool for agents and bookmakers. By using the "Payouts" option in the "Line Type/Unique Sports/Payout Settings" column in Player Profiles, you can customize the payouts for each player. For example, if you have a player named Davis, you can make changes to his payouts by simply clicking on "Payouts" in his profile. It's important to note that the payouts set in the "Tools/Sports Settings" section apply to all players in the book, unless a player has their own unique payouts set.

To set payouts for individual players, you can use the "Payouts" option under the "Line Type/Unique Sports/Payout Settings" column in Player Profiles. For example, if you want to set payouts for player Davis, simply click on "Payouts" for his profile and make the desired changes. Keep in mind that the payouts set in the "Tools/Sports Settings" section apply to all players across the book, unless a specific player has their own unique payouts set.

To access the Payout settings for a specific player, click on the "Payout" link under the "Line Type/Unique Sports Settings/Payout Settings" column.

Yes, Go for it!

Saving Settings

After creating unique payouts, the "Payouts" link under the column "Line Type/Unique Sports Settings/Payout Settings" will become bold, indicating that the player also has his own payout settings.

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