### How to Calculate the Odds?

The mathematical concept of odds is related to, yet distinct from the concept of probabilities. In simple terms, odds are a way of expressing the relationship between the number of favorable outcomes in a given situation versus the number of unfavorable outcomes.

### How to use the Odds Converter?

To use the converter, just enter a value into any field. It will automatically convert the odds into all other formats.

### What are Decimal Odds?

- Common worldwide, but mostly used in Europe.
- Represents the total amount you will receive if you win, including the return of your stake.
- For example, if you bet €50 with odds of 2.35, you will receive €117.50 in total if you win.

### What are Fractional Odds?

- Mainly used in the UK and in international horse racing. Becoming less popular online.
- It tells you the profit relative to your stake if you win your bets.
- For example, if you bet £50 with odds of 4/1, you will receive £200.00 profit if you win.

### What are American Odds?

- Used by most US bookmakers.
- Based on a straight single bet (on a single outcome, without a points spread).
- If the moneyline is positive, the quoted amount is the amount you would win on a $100 bet.
- If it is negative, the amount quoted is what you would need to bet to win $100.
- If it is negative, the amount quoted is what you would need to bet to win $100.