How to Work Out Your Single Bets Manually - Quick and Simple Way To Calculate Your Fractional Win Bets.
This article also only concerns fractional bets - decimal bets on a separate article. Work Out Your WIN SP or fraction bets manually. It is best to just use some real fractional odds and then explain the procedures - it is pretty simple!. Lets start with simple odds 6/4. To get to the equation to work out your bet you need to look at the odds 6/4. Then equalise the right hand number and the left hand number - by that i mean the 4 must equal 6. How ? - For 4 to equal 6 you need to add the original 4 with 2 ( to equal 6). In other words,evens (the original 4) plus half (as 2 is half of the original 4). So,6/4 is simply Evens (that 4) + Half (2 which is half of the 4). To work out £1 on 6/4 = 1 (this 1 represents your original stake) + 1 +.5 = 2.5 (i.e.£2.50). Maybe you have £5 at 6/4 - exactly the same procedure,but this time you start equation with 5 (or any other stake unit you have). £5 at 6/4 = 5 + 5 + 2.5 = £12.50. More difficult price this time 11/8. Again you need to equalise the left hand and right hand numbers. So,8 needs to be 11 - which is 8 + 2 + 1 which makes a total of 11. Which gives you a manual fraction to use of....................Evens (the original 8) + ¼ (which is value of 2 which is a ¼ of 8 ) + half (which is half of that ¼ of 8). As you can see,you always need to use the previous figure when working out value at each stage. So,11/8 = Evens (original stake of £1) + Evens (making 8) + ¼ (making 10) + half (making 11,which is what we need to reach 11/11). So,fractions for 11/8 = evens + ¼ + ½. So £1 at 11/8 = 1 + 1 + .25 + .125 = £2.375 rounded up to £2.38. £4 at 11/8 = 4 + 4 + 1 + .50 = £9.50. This time 15/8 odds. Sometimes you need to look at the fraction before proceeding. You can work out 15/8 as evens + ½ + ½ + ½ (1 + 1 +.50 + .25 + .12 = £2.87) using procedures adopted for 6/4 and 11/8 above. But you can take short cut with this price - look at 15/8 - it is 2/1 minus 1 eighth !. So,1 multiplied by 3 minus 1 eighth (and remember you use the original number,not the previous number this time when deducting). So,£1 at 15/8 = 1 times 3 minus .125 = £2.87. You would use similar short cuts for prices like 11/4,which is 3/1 (12/4) minus ¼ (1 times 4 = 4 minus ¼ of stake which is .25) = 1 times 4 minus .25 = £3.75. Same for odds on shots - use 8/13. This time you need to recognise the relationship of first number with second number. So,go to nearest fraction that makes sense - in this case 8/12 (which is 4/6) and then adjust to 8/13 So,8/13 = 4/6 minus 1/13th. Looks horrendous at first,but not too hard.... You know 2/3rds of 1 is .67,so you just need to deduct 1/13th of that. £1 at 8/13 = 1 + .67 minus 5 (which 1/13th of .67) = £1.62. Just multiply the £1.62 by your bet stake. One more odds on shot - 8/15. Again,look at these odds 8/15 is almost 8/16 - which is 1/2 (use 1/2 then add 1/15th). So,8/15 is actually 1 + .50 + .03(1/15th of .50) = £1.53. It can seem daunting at first,but try some prices,with differing stakes,and do a quick check using Work Out Single Bets By Calculator advice,and the more you do the easier it gets. We have many articles on how to work out your bets just visit HOME > ARTICLES for more information. By Pendil at SAFE BOOKMAKERS SITES.©This article can be reproduced by anyone,so long as article is reproduced full and intact with all links unchanged.End of article. . |
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