### 10/11 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

Odds of 10/11 are interesting. They are slightly worse than evens but not so low that they offer no value. But how do work out a bet if you place a wager on those odds? They are most often seen in very close games. Particularly those in one…

### 2/9 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

Oh for the days when a straightforward 10/1 was so easy to come by. Now, with so many betting markets, bookmakers are taking an edge where ever they can. That's why we see so many unusual and frankly, very short odds! Working out your bet…

### 7/2 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

Working out your bet can be tricky if you've bet on unusual odds. If you've ventured outside of the more familiar odds such as 10/1, 33/1 or 66/1 then there is a little bit of maths involved. Thankfully you don't need a degree to work them…

### 6/4 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

Odds used to be very simple. There were lots of 5/1, 10/1, 20/1 or even 100/1 floating about. Now, with such a vast range of things to bet on, odds have gotten slightly more difficult to work out quickly. Seriously, work out, in your head, the…

### 7/11 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

There was a time when betting odds used to be straightforward. But today, with an almost unlimited range of things to bet on, odds have become a little more complicated. That is why we now see a greater range of odds such as 7/11 and 7/4, more…

### 7/4 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

If you are not very familiar with sports betting the odds can be confusing. Especially when they are not particularly straight forward. Odds like 7/4, 8/11 or 2/9 are not easy to work out in your head. Is there even any value in them? The good…

### 11/8 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

If a bet has caught your eye at 11/8 you must want to know how much you could win! Working out these kinds of bets is not as straightforward as, for example, 10/1. However, it isn't impossible either. It is still a relatively simple process…

### 80/1 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

No matter what way you look at it, 80/1 is a long shot. There is no dressing it up. If you're considering an 80/1 shot, you may want to look at all your options. If you've won an 80/1 bet, then good for you! Read on to find out how you work…

### 18/1 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

You've had a quick look at the odds. The 18/1 offer stands out to you. Is it worth betting on? How much could you win if it comes off? Is 18/1 too much of a longshot? For the answers and much more, just read on... I'll start by giving you…

### 50/1 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

You've seen the odds are 50/1 but you aren't sure how much your returns will be if you place the bet, well worry not as all will be explained! When working out odds the simplest way to do so is to understand that if you wager the second number…

### Betfair Paying Seven Places At AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am!

This weekend sees the returns of the annual AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AM tournament held in California and Betfair are paying a massive seven places on the competition! The tournament takes place every February and is played on three different…

### 100/1 Odds - How To Work Out Your Bet

Before I even go through how to work out your 100/1 bet, I should point out that those kind of long shots are rare. In fact, you'll generally only get them well in advance of any sport that you are thinking about betting on. And even then, well...…