Someone on live chat asked a good question. Our prediction shows PASS even though the match result is not PASS. Why?
There is a very simple answer for this. If a prediction consists of more than one prediction then the PASS/FAIL is determined by the total PASS/FAIL of all predictions which results in profit.
Or in other terms if you have made profit following all the predictions then it's a PASS.
Consider a tipster has posted following four predictions in one post.
1) Toss 2) Session 3) Lambi & 4) Match
If any three predictions PASS then we mark this prediction as PASS. If any two predictions PASS then we may or may not mark it PASS depending on which two predictions PASS. Match result carries most weight so if it is PASS along with any prediction then we can declare it PASS
It also depends on how you use the predictions. If you are a gambler and interested only in match result then you will lose if match is lost. However this is not our aim. Our aim is to let you make profit in every match without worrying about just match results.
In order to get the best out of predictions and tips you should distribute your money on various markets so that even if match is lost by the team you backed you still make profit.
If a prediction just consists of only one prediction, e.g. Toss Prediction, then it's a PASS if toss is won or FAIL if toss is lost.
You might want to ask why not tipsters post each prediction separately? E.g. one prediction for Toss, 2nd one for Session, 3rd for Lambi and 4th prediction for match result. It's because it's easier for tipsters to sum up all their predictions in one post rather than posting them individually.
A trading tip is considered to be PASS if you have made profit by following the tip. Those who give trading tips also follow it and if they have made profit then they will write explanation. If trading tips resulted in loss then they will mark it as FAIL. However make sure that you follow live tips closely. Sometimes tipster will make profit from trading tips but others might lose because they either didn't comprehend the tip or failed to execute it promptly.