# Odds explained

## American Odds:

Odds expression indicating return relative to 100 unit base figure. American odds can be a plus number (e.g. +200) or minus number (e.g. -200).

Calculation:

• Positive figures: The odds state the winnings on a \$100 bet e.g. American odds of 110 would win \$110 on a \$100 bet.
• Negative figures: The odds state how much must be bet to win \$100 profit e.g. American odds of -90 would win \$100 on a \$90 bet.

See our winnings calculator to calculate American odds.

## Fractional Odds:

The denominator or 2nd number to the right is the amount bet and the numerator or 1st number on the left is the amount that your wager will yield - For example 3/1 or 7/2.

For example, if you were to stake \$10 at 3/1 you would win \$30.

Note: The bet would return \$40 in total - your stake (\$10) + your winnings (\$30)

See our winnings calculator to calculate Fractional odds.

## Decimal Odds:

You simply multiply your stake by the decimal shown and the answer is how much you'll receive in winnings - including your stake.

For example, if you were to stake \$10 at odds of 3.5 you would win \$25. This is your stake (\$10) x odds (3.5) = \$35 returned. Which equals a profit of \$25 (\$35 returns - \$10 stake).

See our winnings calculator to calculate Decimal odds.