This calculator instantly converts betting odds in any format including, decimal, fractional, money line, Hong Kong, Indonesian and Malay styles. It will also tell you how likely the event is to occur.
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Why You Need Odds Converter
There are many different styles of betting odds available. Decimal, fractional, American, Indonesian – you name it. If you like to bet at a couple of different bookmakers, from the other side of the planet, you’re bound to encounter different styles of betting odds.
Do you want to know and understand all the styles? If you have time, by all means, go ahead and learn. A more comfortable and faster option, though, is using an Odds Converter to check the odds you need.
How to Use Arbusers Odds Converter
It takes zero effort to use Arbusers Odds Converter. All you have to do is type the odds in one of the styles, e.g., fractional, and you’ll see it converted into other forms in a split second.
Our Odds Converter covers more forms of odds than most of the converters you’d find online: decimal (European), fractional (UK), Moneyline (American), Hong Kong, Indonesian, and Malay style. You can also use it to check the implied probability for any particular bet.
Betting Odds Explained
Decimal (or European) odds are most popular among the bookmakers online. They’re simple to understand and easy to calculate the return. That’s what the decimal odds represent – the return of your bet. For example, if the decimal odds are 1.5 and your stake is $10, you get $15 ($5 profit + $10 stake).
Fractional (or British) odds are popular in the United Kingdom. They represent the profit, not the return. For example, if the fractional odds are 2/1 and your stake is $10, you’d get $20 profit in case of a win (plus, $10 stake back).
Moneyline (or American) odds are popular among the United States bookmakers. The Moneyline odds show how much you need to bet to win $100 (if Moneyline is negative) or how much you would earn if your stake were $100 (if Moneyline is positive). For example, if the Moneyline odds are -150, you need to bet $150 to win $100; if the odds are +150, you need to bet $100 to win $150.
Hong Kong Odds
Hong Kong (or HK) odds are standard among the bookmakers in China. They are similar to fractional odds, except written not in a fractional but decimal form instead. For example, if the Hong Kong odds are 0.25 and your stake is $10, you’d get $2.5 profit in case of a win (plus, $10 stake back).
The Indonesian odds are popular among bookmakers available in Indonesia. They are similar to Moneyline odds, except instead of taking $100 stake/profit into account, they consider 1 unit. For example, if Indonesian odds are -1.5, you need to bet $1.50 to win $1; if the odds are +1.5, you need to bet $1 to earn $1.50.
The Malay odds are similar to American and Indonesian odds. The positive odds show the 1 unit profit while the negative odds show how much you need to bet to win 1 unit. For example, if Malay odds are -0.25, you need to bet $0.25 to win $1; if the odds are +0.25, you need to bet $1 to earn $0.25.
Implied probability converts the odds to probabilities. In other words, it shows what the chances of that particular bet to win are. For example, if your bet has an implied probability of 80%, it’s more likely that the bet will result in a win.