Odds comparisons

The odds in our comparison tables are updated every 10 minutes to help you get the highest payout possible for the bet you want to make!

Baseball

MLB

Tennis

Men’s tennis Women’s tennis

Which sportsbook has the best odds

1st Nitrogen Best odds in 41.97% of bets 4.54% edge
2nd Cloudbet Best odds in 47.01% of bets 5.08% edge
3rd Betcoin Best odds in 12.54% of bets 7.81% edge
4th mBit Best odds in 7.39% of bets 8.77% edge

We count which sportsbook offers the best odds and we calculate their house edge on every bet currently displayed on our odds comparisons. That is 190 events853 bets and 2878 individual odds and all figures are updated every 10 minutes.

If you don’t want to compare the odds for each bet you make, just sign up to the sportsbooks with the lowest edge. That way you know you are getting good value overall. You can see full details on the best odds sportsbook rankings page.

Arbitrage alerts

We have set up a notification when our odds comparisons detect an arbitrage opportunity. This allows you to place 2 opposite bets on the same event at 2 different sportsbooks and make a profit no matter what the result! Here is an example of the last alert.

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7 Comments

  1. Anonymous 1 year ago

    Is there a way to configure this website to show American odds?

    • Author
      James Canning 1 year ago

      Yes there is! In the top left corner of every odds comparison there is a drop down option that is set to Decimal odds by default. Click it and you can choose American or fractional odds. Your preference will be remembered.

  2. luke 1 year ago

    How can we get Golf odds comparisons?

  3. Ben 1 year ago

    Newbie question, how do you guys know how much to bet with the btc price always moving? Is there a calculator for that? Thanks.

    • Author
      James Canning 11 months ago

      Sure if you have a USD amount you have in mind, say $50, you can get the bitcoin equivalent by googling

      “$50 USD in bitcoin”

      and bet that amount. But most of us are happy thinking in and betting in bitcoin amounts. Bitcoin is the reference currency that we think of bet sizes in.

  4. Rob 1 year ago

    Can you resubscribe me? My email is below

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