This betting tool allows you to convert odds between the most widely used odds formats.
Simply enter any fractional (British), decimal (European) or moneyline (American) odds and click "Calculate". The tool will then calculate and display the same odds in the other formats and also show the implied probability.
This format is used around the world but mainly in Europe and Australia. The odd represents the total return relative to the stake in case of a win. For example betting €10 on odds of 1.5 would return €15 (stake of €10 and profit of €5).
Fractional odds are common in UK and Ireland and mostly used in horse racing. The odd quotes the profit relative to your stake
Moneyline (American) Odds
This type is mostly used in the US and is either a positive or negative number. If the number is positive, it represents the amount you would win on a €100 bet. Negative numbers indicate the amount you would need to stake to win €100.