In the spreadsheet section of theplayer.com you can keep track of your picks, plays and results! If you keep track of your bets, you will in return get a clear overview over time regarding what leagues or type of bets you perform best respectively worst on. Additionally a good looking spreadsheet with locked bets obviously gives you some bragging rights to friends, other tipsters and social media followers.
The spreadsheet is the heart and soul of theplayer.com. Here, you can really take your game to the next level with detailed statistics and tools. Furthermore you can keep track of our tipsters and other members using the site. The spreadsheet is super easy to navigate and use and supports manual correcting of bets as well as features such as search match and automatic correction of bets. The automatic features are however only available if you bet on football, ice hockey or tennis at this point.
What do the "live" and "padlock" symbols mean? The padlock symbol indicates that a tipster has locked his/her bet before the match started. In reality that means that the tipster can not in any way change or remove their bet from the spreadsheet (in other words manipulate results). Therefore, a spreadsheet filled with bets including the padlock symbol means the tipster is transparent, honest and results are verified. Our experts are of course all using the padlock symbol on all their bets. The live symbol quite clearly just means that the bet you are looking at was placed on a live market.