# BETTING CALCULATORS DEFINITION

## What are Betting Calculators?

A collection of calculators that cover all aspects of wagering, click on the name of any calculator you’d like to view to help you make informed and knowledgeable betting decisions:

Acca Calculator - Multiplies the odds of multiple single bets and returns the odds as a single accumulator bet (also known as Parlay or Multi bets).

Arbitrage Calculator - Enter the odds of two (or more) outcomes on a single market to calculate how much to stake to return a guaranteed profit.

Bonus Bet Calculator - Turn your bonus bets into guaranteed profit. Enter your bonus bet amount, and odds of the two different outcomes of the same event. Then we will calculate the profit based on whether your bonus bets wins or your normal bet wins.

Decimal to Fractional Odds - Converts any decimal odds inputted into its fractional odds equivalent.

Dutching Calculator - Enter a total amount you are prepared to stake and then enter the odds for each bet you are prepared to bet on. The Dutching Calculator will then calculate how much to stake on each bet so that you are returned the same profit if either of them win.

Fractional to Decimal Odds - Converts any fractional odds inputted into its decimal odds equivalent.

Hedge Calculator - Use this calculator to find the exact amount you should stake to successfully hedge your bet either to guarantee the same amount of profit if either side wins, or to weight to your preferred result.

Hold Calculator - This calculator shows the percentage in which a sportsbook takes after all bets are settled. Sportsbooks that provide odds in the same market with a lower hold percentage generally present better value to bettors.

Kelly Criterion Calculator - Enter your bankroll, the odds and your estimated probability of winning, and our calculator will suggest how much you should bet on a certain event to increase the chances of making a profit.

Lay Bet Calculator - By making 2 separate bets, a bettor can minimize risk and maximize the potential profit off their original bet. This calculator will help you learn this technique and can be used to minimize risk when odds fluctuate, or to place qualifying bets with a sportsbook in order to meet their promotional offer requirements.

Middle Calculator - Enter the odds and the spread/total values of the same event from two different Sportsbooks to determine your middle bet opportunity.

Moneyline Converter - The moneyline convertor takes odd values and returns the implied winning probability based on the odds.

Multi Calculator - Multiplies the odds of multiple single bets and returns the odds as a single multi bet (also known as Parlay or Acca bets).

Odds Converter - Our odds converter allows you to input odds in any format such as American odds (+100), decimal odds ($2.00) or fractional odds (1:1). Once entered we automatically convert the inputted format into all other odds formats for you.

Overround Calculator - Takes all the possible outcomes from any Sportsbooks market and then combines their priced probability to show you the overround percentage.

Parlay Calculator - Multiplies the odds of multiple singles bets and returns the odds as a single parlay bet (also known as Acca or Multi bets).

Spread Converter - The spread converter allows you to input the spread and the spread odds and then calculates the estimated moneyline odds the team would be according to that spread.

Staking Calculator - Helps you determine how much money you should place on each of your bets depending on your specific bankroll. The calculator will allow you to select between a conservative or aggressive approach for your staking strategy.

Strike Rate Calculator - Enter your winning strike rate and be returned the minimum odds you should be placing a bet at in order to breakeven. Alternatively, you could also enter the odds of a bet and be told how often you need to find a winner to breakeven or to make a profit.

Win Loss Calculator - Determine the percentage chance of bets with the same odds winning or losing on consecutive occasions. By entering the odds of the event, and the amount of times you want the event to win or lose, you will be returned the chance of either consecutive wins or losses occurring.