Yea. im bit in the dark here to, Annie. (what a suprise.. it's us 2 again)
I sort of get it
..the prices made it a bit more clearer probably.
But i'll go with the bookies.
hopefully the damn press is wrong and Andy will win!!
Lol.... go us!!
But i've never understood the whole thing..... an ex once tried to explain it to me.... but i still don't get it
Let's hope Andy can win it!!
It's really very simple. Just think of it like this - The first number before the slash tells you how much you'd get back when placing a bet at the amount that's after the slash. That might sound quite confusing but take a look at these examples and I'm sure it'll make it a lot clearer... Examples
Let's say if someone has odds of 2/1. That means that for every £1 you bet, you'd get £2 back in winnings if they won. In the same way, at odds of 16/1, for every £1 you put on you'd get back £16.
In the Federer match, odds of 1/100 means that for every £100 you put on you'd get back £1 in winnings.
Also remember that you get back your stake.
So if I placed £1 on someone to win at 4/1 then I'd get back £4 in winnings plus my £1 initial stake.
That make it any clearer?