​How to change odds to decimal on Bet365

​How to change odds to decimal on Bet365

Everybody has a preference on how to bet and this comes down to the way that the odds are presented. Some people prefer fraction odds or ‘British odds’ as they are also called. However, some punters prefer to use the decimal odds. Most people stick to the process that they have learnt how to bet with. Most of the online betting websites start with the fractional odds available but if you would prefer to change that to decimal odds, we will explain here how you can do this on the bet365 website.

How to Select Decimal Odds on Bet 365

bet365 is one of the highest quality sports betting websites available, meaning that navigation through the website is very simple. This includes changing between the ways that the odds are presented. Should you wish to change from fractional to decimal odds, you should firstly look towards the top of the page- just below the login and main selection menus.

Then you should locate where is says ‘Odds’, you will find this next to the time on the right hand side and next to the ‘language’ tab. From here you can press the ‘Odds’ tab and will see that a drop down menu appears with the three options of ‘Fractional’, ‘Decimal’ and ‘American.’ Here you select the ‘Decimal’ option and within a few seconds the whole page full of odds will immediately change.

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What are decimal odds?

Decimal odds or continental odds are widely used in Europe, Canada and Australia. The big difference between fraction odds and decimal odds is that the person betting has already paid out his/her stake, and if he/she should then win they would receive the stake back as well as the winnings.

So to put it simply, if something was 20/1 in fractions, the decimal odds would then be 21.0. If the fractioned odds are 1/20 then the decimal odds would be 1.05, when the odds are even money, they are quoted as 2.

Other Odds that Bet 365 Offer

Along with the two forms of betting odds that we have briefly spoken about, bet365 also offers one more variety. This third option is called either Moneyline or American odds. This is also another simple explanation; these odds are typically used for Moneyline betting.

When the number is positive, it would represent the amount that would be won from a bet of $100. For example if something was +100 and you placed a $100 bet on this, you would win $200. Fractioned odds of 20/1 would be simply +2000. However, when the number is negative, it would refer to the amount that you would need to wager to win $100.

It goes without saying that fractional odds are also available. If you are not familiar with these odds, it is very simple. If an odd was 2/1, the number on the left represents how much the punter will win if they stake the number on the right.