The modern era has gifted us many things. We use the word gifted because unless you’re the individual dedicating years of their life, making irreversible sacrifices for brief breakthroughs and advancements in the tech space, then that is exactly what it is for you. A gift. A privilege by way of another. From Android or iOS to smart phones and seamless streaming of anything and everything. Glory to those forward thinking, ridiculously intelligent human beings, because if it weren’t for them, you wouldn’t be able to virtually witness the great Wildebeest migration over the Serengeti, through a 4K television in the comfort of your lazy boy in your apartment in West London. It’s the small things in life.
Speaking of which. Some of these crazily spectacular individuals came up with something called an arbitrage calculator. What are arbitrage calculators? Well, you wouldn’t be reading this if you weren’t into arb trading or sure bets. So, without further ranting, let’s establish what they are and how they can benefit you.
There are several ways to calculate arbitrage opportunities, but if you’re not into maths, an arbitrage calculator is a perfect way for you to calculate arbitrage strategies and outcomes.
The benefits of an arb calculator are extremely valuable. As most of you will know, arbitrage opportunities don’t last very long. In some instances, they’re gone is a few seconds. That is why using a calculator is important because it will make up for time spent on calculations (doing the math can be a timeous task) and generate strategies for you. Time is of the essence when it comes to sports arbing and arb calculators prove to be very convenient.
An arb occurs when your winnings are greater than an investment. Arbs are calculated as percentages and usually, the percentage isn’t the same as the return on investment. An arb percentage is calculated by dividing 1 by each set of odds and then adding them together. Let’s say one set of odds is 1.30 and another is 8.20. The arb percentage calculation will work as follows:
Arb calculation: 76.923% + 12.1% = 89.023%
It most certainly is. Our software calculates and allows you to place bets. So, unless you live in a country where betting itself is illegal, what this program does is completely legal. If you would like to try Autobetting, feel free to register and download the best plan to suit your needs.