We use a points based betting system for our provided tips, purely because it's totally transparent and a true representation of whether we are winning or losing. It also has the added advantage that it doesn't matter what your betting bankroll is, you can assign a value to a point and scale it for your budget.
Let's assume my betting bankroll is £200 and I decide that I want to bet £0.5 per point. There are three tips I decide that I would like to bet on, that are presented as:
Let's see how much I would stake on each game, remembering that I wanted to do £0.5 per point
To get the profit or loss, if it loses we just deduct the stake. If it wins we multiply the stake by the odds, then the take off the stake to show only profit. Let's assume 1 & 3 won and 2 lost.
This gives us a final points result of +14 points.
Now to convert this back to to our cash assignment at £0.5 per point.
Hopefully, you can now see why we use points, and how this can be adjusted to suit any person's betting bankroll.