The **odds converter** is a unique tool that **allows players to convert American, decimal, and fractional odds**. Furthermore, this option will **calculate your potential winnings**, allowing you to see how much money you have to bet.

## Enter Odds (Converts Automatically)

In order to use the odds converter calculator, **you have to provide the required information**. Some of you may think that the process is complicated, but it takes only a couple of seconds. Simply open the converter, input everything it will require, and you can start using it in seconds.

## Odds Conversion Table

The **odds calculator** is useful and can save you a lot of time. However, we’ve also decided to give you access to an **odds conversion table** because it allows you to check the odds even faster. Although it can’t include every possible option, the table below contains a lot of information.

Decimal | Fractional | American | Implied Probability |
---|---|---|---|

1.1 | 1/10 | -1000 | 90.91% |

1.2 | 1/5 | -500 | 83.3% |

1.22 | 2/9 | -450 | 81.8% |

1.25 | 1/4 | -400 | 80% |

1.29 | 2/7 | -350 | 77.8% |

1.3 | 3/10 | -333.3 | 76.9% |

1.33 | 1/3 | -300 | 75% |

1.36 | 4/11 | -275 | 73.3% |

1.4 | 2/5 | -250 | 71.4% |

1.44 | 4/9 | -225 | 69.2% |

1.5 | 1/2 | -200 | 66.7% |

1.53 | 8/15 | -188 | 65.2% |

1.57 | 4/7 | -175 | 63.6% |

1.62 | 8/13 | -162 | 61.9% |

1.67 | 4/6 | -150 | 60% |

1.7 | 7/10 | -142.86 | 58.82% |

1.73 | 8/11 | -137 | 57.9% |

1.8 | 4/5 | -125 | 55.6% |

1.83 | 5/6 | -120 | 54.5% |

1.90 | 9/10 | -111.11 | 52.63% |

1.95 | 19/20 | -105.26 | 51.28% |

2.00 | 1/1 (evens) | +100 | 50% |

2.10 | 11/10 | +110 | 47.6% |

2.20 | 6/5 | +120 | 45.5% |

2.25 | 5/4 | +125 | 44.4% |

2.38 | 11/8 | +138 | 42.1% |

2.40 | 7/5 | +140 | 41.7% |

2.50 | 6/4 | +150 | 40% |

2.60 | 8/5 | +160 | 38.5% |

2.63 | 13/8 | +163 | 38.1% |

2.75 | 7/4 | +175 | 36.4% |

2.80 | 9/5 | +180 | 35.7% |

2.88 | 15/8 | +188 | 34.8% |

2.90 | 19/10 | +190 | 34.48% |

3.00 | 2/1 | +200 | 33.3% |

3.20 | 11/5 | +220 | 31.3% |

3.25 | 9/4 | +225 | 30.8% |

3.40 | 12/5 | +240 | 29.4% |

3.50 | 5/2 | +250 | 28.6% |

3.60 | 13/5 | +260 | 27.78% |

3.75 | 11/4 | +275 | 26.7% |

4.00 | 3/1 | +300 | 25% |

4.33 | 10/3 | +333 | 23.1% |

4.50 | 7/2 | +350 | 22.2% |

4.70 | 37/10 | +370 | 21.28% |

5.00 | 4/1 | +400 | 20% |

5.50 | 9/2 | +450 | 18.2% |

6.00 | 5/1 | +500 | 16.7% |

6.50 | 11/2 | +550 | 15.4% |

7.00 | 6/1 | +600 | 14.3% |

7.50 | 13/2 | +650 | 13.3% |

8.00 | 7/1 | +700 | 12.5% |

8.50 | 15/2 | +750 | 11.8% |

9.00 | 8/1 | +800 | 11.1% |

9.50 | 17/2 | +850 | 10.5% |

10.00 | 9/1 | +900 | 10% |

11.00 | 10/1 | +1000 | 9.1% |

12.00 | 11/1 | +1100 | 8.3% |

13.00 | 12/1 | +1200 | 7.7% |

14.00 | 13/1 | +1300 | 7.1% |

15.00 | 14/1 | +1400 | 6.7% |

16.00 | 15/1 | +1500 | 6.3% |

17.00 | 16/1 | +1600 | 5.9% |

18.00 | 17/1 | +1700 | 5.56% |

19.00 | 18/1 | +1800 | 5.3% |

21.00 | 20/1 | +2000 | 4.8% |

26.00 | 25 | +2500 | 3.8% |

30.00 | 29/1 | +2900 | 3.33% |

34.00 | 33/1 | +3300 | 2.9% |

40.00 | 39/1 | +3900 | 2.5% |

51.00 | 50/1 | +5000 | 1.96% |

101.00 | 100/1 | +10000 | 1% |

## Odds Formats Explained

Before you start using the odds calculator, you need to know more information about the **different formats**. Fortunately, this article will give you everything you must be aware of regarding the most popular odds alternatives.

### American odds

Also known as **Money Line odds**, this format is popular in the U.S., which is why people call it **American odds**. What sets this format apart from the rest is that **the odds have a – or a + sign**.

**The first sign is given to the favourites**, indicating how much money you must wager to win $100. On the other hand, **the + is given to the underdogs**, and it shows how much money you will win if you wager $100.

*For example, if you bet on a soccer match where the odds for Team A are +200, you will win $200 in profits if you wager $100.*

### Decimal Odds

This is **the most popular odds format in Europe**, which means you will find it on almost any online bookie. What makes these odds so popular is that they are easy to understand.

Similar to the other format, **Decimal odds have numbers**. However, instead of showing how much you need to wager to win a given amount, **they reveal how much you will win for every $1**. In other words, it shows the total payout, not just the profit.

*For example, if you wager $10 on the Full-Time Winner, where the odds are 2.00, and you win, you will get a total of $20 (10$ in winnings and $10 from your stake).*

### Fractional Odds

The **fractional odds** are also known as **British odds** because they are trendy in the UK and Ireland. Unlike the American format, **this one uses a hyphen or a slash**.

If you decide to use the fractional odds, **you will know how much you will win for every $1 you wager**.

*For example, punting on the market with odds of 10/1 means you will get $10 in profit for every $1 you wager. Of course, you also need to add the amount you’ve bet, which means you will receive a total of $11.*

## Formulas

Aside from using the betting odds converter, you also need more information about the **different formulas**. Although it may seem complicated, **once you learn how they work, you can convert the odds yourself**. Speaking of converting the odds, here are the **popular formulas you should know**.

### Converting Decimal to American and Fractional

You can **convert decimal odds to fractional** by doing the following: **decimal odds – 1**, and you will get the fractional ones. Also, you need to use 1 as the denominator.

Of course, you can also **convert decimal to American**. In this case, **if the decimal odds are at least 2.00 or higher, you have to use the same formula as the one above (decimal -1)**, but in this case, **you have to multiply it by 100**.

**If the decimal odds are in the range of 1.01 and 1.99, you have to do the following: -100 / (decimal odds -1).**

### Converting Fractional to American and Decimal

You can **convert fractional to decimal odds** by adding +1 to the numerator and denominator.

If you want to cover **fractional to American odds**, you have to use two different formulas. **If the fractions are greater than 1, you must multiply them by 100. However, if they are lower than 1, you have to use this: -100 / (fractional odds).**

### Converting American to Decimal and Fractional

If you have access to **positive American odds**, you can convert them into a **decimal by using this equation – American odds/100 + 1**. However, if you use **unfavourable odds**, you need to use this: **1 – (100/ – the American odds)**.

You can also **convert the American odds into fractional**. **For favourable odds, simply divide them by 100, and you will get the result. For negative ones, use this formula: -100 / – American odds.**

## FAQ

### How to convert odds?

You can convert odds using the formulas provided in this review or simply by taking advantage of the unique calculator.

### Is the betting odds calculator free to use?

Yes, the betting odds calculator is free to use.

### Is there an odds converter app?

No, there isn’t an odds converter app, but you can use it on all your devices.