This tool helps you calculate betting odds easily and accurately.

## How to Use the Odds Calculator

This odds calculator helps you calculate the potential profit and total return from a bet based on different types of odds: Decimal, Fractional, and American.

### Instructions:

- Select the type of odds from the dropdown menu.
- Enter the odds based on the selected type:
- Decimal: e.g., 2.5
- Fractional: e.g., 3/1
- American: e.g., +200 or -150

- Enter the amount you plan to stake.
- Click the “Calculate” button to see the profit and total return.

### Calculation Details:

The calculator uses the following formulas to compute the profit and total return:

**Decimal Odds:**Profit = (Odds – 1) * Stake**Fractional Odds:**Profit = (Numerator / Denominator) * Stake**American Odds:**- Positive Odds: Profit = (Odds / 100) * Stake
- Negative Odds: Profit = (100 / Absolute Value of Odds) * Stake

Total Return is simply the sum of the stake and the calculated profit.

### Limitations:

Please note the following limitations:

- The input must be numerical for both odds and stake for accurate calculations.
- For fractional odds, ensure that they are properly formatted as Numerator/Denominator.
- The calculator does not account for any external factors such as betting platform fees or taxes.
- Any invalid input will result in an error message in the result field.

## Use Cases for This Calculator

### Use Case 1: Calculating the Odds of Rolling a Specific Number on a Six-Sided Die

Input the total number of outcomes, in this case, 6, and the specific number you are interested in, for example, 4. The odds calculator will determine the probability of rolling a 4 on a six-sided die.

### Use Case 2: Computing the Probability of Drawing a Heart from a Standard Deck of Cards

Enter the total number of outcomes as 52 (total cards in the deck) and the number of favorable outcomes as 13 (number of hearts in the deck). The odds calculator will show you the likelihood of drawing a heart from the deck.

### Use Case 3: Estimating the Odds of Flipping Heads Twice in a Row

Input the total number of outcomes as 2 (heads or tails) and the number of successful outcomes as 1 (heads). The odds calculator will display the probability of flipping heads consecutively in two coin tosses.

### Use Case 4: Assessing the Probability of Drawing a Red Marble from a Bag of 10 Marbles

Specify the total outcomes as 10 (total marbles) and the favorable outcomes as 5 (number of red marbles). The odds calculator will determine the chances of selecting a red marble from the bag.

### Use Case 5: Determining the Likelihood of Rolling an Even Number on a Fair Ten-Sided Die

Provide the total number of outcomes as 10 and the number of even outcomes as 5. The odds calculator will calculate the probability of rolling an even number on a ten-sided die.

### Use Case 6: Calculating the Odds of Spinning Green on a Roulette Wheel with 36 Slots

Enter the total outcomes as 36 and the favorable outcomes as 1 (green slot). The calculator will show you the probability of landing on the green slot when spinning the roulette wheel.

### Use Case 7: Estimating the Probability of Drawing Two Aces Successively from a Deck of Cards

Specify the total outcomes as 52 and the favorable outcomes as 4 (number of aces). The odds calculator will reveal the likelihood of drawing two aces in a row from the deck.

### Use Case 8: Assessing the Chances of Rolling Doubles with Two Six-Sided Dice

Input the total outcomes as 36 (6 faces on each die) and the number of favorable outcomes as 6 (6 possible ways to roll doubles). The odds calculator will determine the probability of rolling doubles with two dice.

### Use Case 9: Determining the Probability of Picking a Number Divisible by 3 from a Bag of 20 Numbers

Specify the total outcomes as 20 and the number of favorable outcomes as 6 (numbers divisible by 3). The odds calculator will calculate the chances of selecting a number divisible by 3 from the bag.

### Use Case 10: Calculating the Odds of Drawing a King from a Standard Deck of Cards

Enter the total outcomes as 52 and the favorable outcomes as 4 (number of kings). The odds calculator will provide you with the probability of drawing a king from a standard deck of cards.