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Also known as US odds or moneyline odds, American odds are the default betting odds used by American sportsbooks. American odds are centered around winning or wagering $100 on a given bet, with odds represented by a plus (+) and minus (-) sign to indicate the favorite and underdog.
Hopefully, this becomes a little clearer when we review an example taken from the latest basketball betting odds across the US: 76ers -400 vs. Kings +320 For any bettors who have placed a wager on the 76ers, they would need to place a $400 bet to win $100, plus their original stake.
American odds (aka moneyline odds or US odds) are popular in the United States. The odds for favorites are accompanied by a minus (-) sign, indicating the amount you need to stake to win $100.
You will sometimes see +540 rendered as 6.40 (decimal odds), but you can use a betting odds calculator to turn it into American odds.
Positive american odds - (The decimal value minus one) multiplied by 100 e.g. a decimal value of 3 = (3 - 1) * 100 = 200. Negative american odds - Negative 100 divided by (the decimal odds minus one) e.g. a decimal value of 1.2 = -100 / (1.2 - 1) = -500.
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