Odds Converter Calculator: American, Decimal, Fraction, and Implied Probability Odds

Odds Converter Calculator

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You can mix and match various odds formats. For Decimal odds that are higher than 100 include the decimal point or it will be interpreted as American odds.

Odds Converter

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are some reasons to use this Odds Converter calculator?

Some reasons for using and odds converter calculator include:

  1. Global betting: If betting or reading odds from sportsbooks outside of your country, it's essential to understand different odds formats with sportsbooks from various regions or compare odds across the globe.This can be a handy tool when traveling or betting overseas.

  2. Comparing odds: When shopping around for the best odds, you may encounter various formats across different sportsbooks. An Odds Converter helps you quickly compare them and identify the best value.

  3. Risk assessment: Converting odds to implied probability helps you understand the risk associated with each bet, helping you make more informed sports bets.

  4. Versatility: As you become more proficient in sports betting, you may want to use different odds formats based on your preferences or specific strategies. Unabated's Odds Converter provides the flexibility you need.
What are American Odds and are they used outside of the United States?
American odds indicate how much money you need to bet to win $100 (for negative odds) or how much you'll win from a $100 bet (for positive odds). For example, -110 odds mean you need to bet $110 to win $100, while +110 odds mean you'll win $110 with a $100 bet.

American odds are popular in Canada, but otherwise, most bettors around the world use decimal.
What are Decimal Odds and where are they used?

Decimal odds display the total payout from a winning bet, including the original stake. For example, if you place a bet with decimal odds of 2.0, you'll receive a total payout of $20 for a $10 bet ($10 stake + $10 profit).

Decimal odds are commonly used throughout Europe and in Australia.

What are Fractional Odds and where are they used?
Fractional odds are still popular in pari-mutuel betting situations like horse racing. Additionally, fractional odds are also popular in sports betting in the U.K.

Fractional odds display the profit you'll make relative to your stake. For example, 3/1 odds indicate that you'll win $3 for every $1 you wager.
What are Implied Odds?

Implied Odds take the odds that a sportsbook gives and shows the percentage probability of an outcome occurring, allowing you to make better-informed betting decisions. For example, if the implied odds are 33%, it means there's a 1 in 3 chance of that outcome happening.

I want to convert from probability but it is saying I entered decimal?
Add the percent sign (%) to your input to clarify you mean probability.
I want to convert a large decimal number, but it is saying American?
Add a period (.) to the end of your input to clarify you mean decimal.
I use Sporttrade. Can you add them to this tool?
Sporttrade uses a version of implied probability. You can use that result to convert to Sporttrade odds. Or use the "American odds" toggle in your Sporttrade app to get their prices in American.

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