In sports betting and gambling, “11/10 odds” are expressed in fractional odds format, also known as “British odds” or “fractional odds.” These odds represent the potential profit relative to your stake.

In the case of 11/10 odds:

- The “11” on the left side represents the potential profit.
- The “10” on the right side represents the amount you need to wager (your stake).

To calculate your potential profit with 11/10 odds, you would multiply your stake by the first number and then divide by the second number. So, for 11/10 odds:

Potential Profit = (Stake Ã— 11) / 10

For example, if you bet $100 with 11/10 odds:

Potential Profit = ($100 Ã— 11) / 10 = $110

So, with 11/10 odds, a $100 bet could potentially yield a profit of $110, making your total return (including your original stake) $210 if your bet is successful. These odds indicate that you can make a profit slightly greater than your stake if your bet wins.

## What is 11/10 odds in decimal and how do you work it out?

**11/10 odds in decimal is 2.1**

In betting, odds are often presented in different formats, including fractional, decimal, and moneyline odds. To convert fractional odds like 11/10 into decimal odds, you can use the following formula:

$DecimalÂ Odds=DenominatorNumeratorâ€‹+1$

In this case, for 11/10 odds:

$DecimalÂ Odds=1011â€‹+1=1.1+1=2.1$

So, 11/10 odds in decimal format are 2.1. This means that for every unit you bet, you would make a profit of 1.1 units if the bet is successful, in addition to getting back your original stake.