Use the powerful odds converter tool. Convert betting odds from fractional to decimal to American Odds
Betting Odds Conversion Chart, fractional, Decimal and American / Moneyline odds
Types of Betting Odds
Betting odds and starting prices offered by the bookmakers can be displayed in three different ways. These are fractional, decimal and Moneyline also known as American odds.
UK Fractional Odds Converter, Decimal to American Odds
Most UK and Ireland bookmakers display fractional odds, e.g 1/3, 1/2, 2/1, 10/1, 1/1 (evens) etc.
With origins in horse racing fractional odds are by far the most dominant format to express prices in the UK & Ireland. However British and Irish punters are also beginning to become more familiar with decimal odds over time.
Fractions are easy to understand but the format can be limited to familiar prices, whilst more precise odds are increasingly required by bookmakers and experienced punters. Fractional odds express the profit the bettor will make against their stake if their bet is correct. So with a 3/1 price if a punter puts down a £10 stake the potential profit is £30 (£10 x 3) and the total that would be returned is £40 (£30 profit plus the £10 returned stake). The same 3/1 price in decimal format would be 4.00 or 4.000 and in the American / Moneyline format, it would be 300.
European odds conversion
The most common odds format for European bookmakers is decimal, where a price such as 4.00 represents the equivalent of the 3/1 fractional price. In decimal prices, the returned stake in a successful bet is included the odds.
Decimal to American Odds / Moneyline Odds Converter
The Moneyline or American format if the figure quoted is positive it expresses the profit you would make from a successful bet with a $100 stake, so 200 means $200 in winnings on top of the returned $100 stake. A 200 Moneyline price is, therefore, the same as the fractional 2/1 odds, or 3.00 in decimals.