Sure Fixed Games
Getafe – Huesca
Tip: 1 Odds: 2.10 Result: 1:0
Schalke – FC Koln
Tip: 1X(DC) Odds: 1.50 Result: 1:2
Juventus – Napoli
Tip: 1X(DC) Odds: 1.50 Result: 1:0
Overview of Different Odds Formats
If you live in the United States, then simply knowing the moneyline odds will suffice, as this is the primary format used by the limited number of gambling sites available for US residents. Likewise, if you live in the United Kingdom, then you only really need to know how fractional odds work. If you live in Europe, then the decimal format is the one that will be most important for you to understand.
With all that being said, it’s still a good idea to be familiarized with how each format works. Many online betting sites will allow you to choose the format that their odds are displayed in. Please keep in mind that the conversation may round in their favor.. For example, most US friendly sites offer moneyline odds of -110 when betting points spreads. If you choose to bet in the decimal format instead, then you’ll often be given odds of 1.90. The true conversion is 1.9091 though, so you’ll potentially lose a small percentage of your winnings if you bet based on their conversion.
Therefore, it can be an advantage to use the primary format offered by an online bookmaker, which is why it pays to make sure you understand each of the different formats. We’ve explained them all below for you.