Surebet Calculator

    This Calculator calculates profits and bet values in sports events by betting on different outcomes, by using various methods: 'Arbitrage betting', 'SureBetting', 'Insurance Bet', 'Martingale Strategy'. Suitable for any sport events which have two, three, four, five and six outcomes.

    How to use?

    To use, you should to select the number of outcomes, enter the input data by using tooltips in the app, and odds values (decimal type), then press 'calculate.

    Also do calculations using different methods and strategies.

  • Exclusion of possible outcome (outcomes) of a sporting event
  • For example, there is a sporting event (a football match) which the following odds:

    Should go to the football section, as it is dealing with three possible outcomes of a sporting event. Let's say, if it is hypothetical to assume that a 'draw' does not happen, (odds=4.0). Fill odd fields and set total amount of the bet ('bank'), for example, $ 100 and make a calculation.

    When filling in the fields with coefficients, the 'X' field must be left empty. The results of the calculations will be as follows:

    This means, to win the first team bet will be $ 38.68, and $ 61.32 to win the second team. in the case of the victory of the first or second team - the profit will be $ 25.71, and in the case of a 'draw' - the profit will be minus $ 100.

  • 'Insurance bet (surebet)'
  • 'Surebet' is a bet on the opposite odd from first odd at a higher rate. Its meaning is to get a guaranteed profit, regardless of the outcome of a sporting event. Often used during live events. For example, before the start of a match (tennis) there were the following coefficients for winning a match:

    Suppose,was made 100$ bet to win the 1st player (odds=1.95). The first player won the 1st set and the odds of winning the second player in the match increased to 3.25. And at this moment, you can make a "surebet" to win a second player at a factor of 3.25 such that, regardless of who wins the match, to get a guaranteed profit. An example of calculating this rate and profit on the calculator will be as follows:

    As a result, the size of the "insurance bet" on the second player is $ 60, and the guaranteed profit size is $ 35, regardless of which player wins the match

    For this example, can do calculation, where the size of the guaranteed profit will be different, depending on which player wins the match:

  • Martingale strategy calculation
  • The strategy had the gambler raise his bet after every loss, so that the first win would recover all previous losses plus win a profit equal to the original stake.. For exampe to get profit 100$ for (odds=3.0), bet sequence, will be nexr: 50$-75$-112$-169$-253$...for the first win.

    How to calculate it in this application? for example, there is a football match, where to win one of the teams odds=3.10. Go to the Martingale section and set the value "required profit" fill $ 100 (for example), and the 'bets' field =3.10 then press the 'step1' button to calculate the value of the bet. As a result, the size of the first (starting) 'bet' = $ 48.

    The results of the calculations are such that if the 1st team wins, the profit will be $ 100. If the 1st team will lost, then the profit will be minus $ 48, but you dont want to stop (for this example) and find the next match, where the 1st team wins bet odds=2.50 (for example). You enter a value of 2.50 in the 'step2' field and get the value of the 'second bet'=$ 99 for 'step2'.

    This means that in case of winning the 1st team - the total profit. (according to the results of two matches) will amount to $ 100, taking into account the fact that the first bet (starting) was losing by $ 48, and the win of the second bet was 99 * 2.50 = $ 247.5. If the second bet is not win - then you can make a calculation for the third, fourth, fifth, and so on bets, before the first win will be done.

    Also, may use the additional option: '+ step%'. This is for an increase in a solid profit ratio at each step, or for a decrease (the strategy of 'Martingale plus or minus'). For example, a value in the field '+ step% = - 5' means that with each 'step' the value of the 'required profit' will decrease by 5% from the initially specified value (martingale minus). This strategy is used to reduce the risk of a long series of losses. Field value '+ step% = 5' - to increase the value of the specified profit by 5% with each 'step' (martingale plus)

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