Q: What does the odds 1 to 1 mean?

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If you mean chosing both cards - the odds are 1 in 169. If you mean chosing either a king or a queen - the odds are 1 in 13

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The odds of winning are 10,000,000,000, to 1.

In a leap year is 1 in 4 odds On 29th February is 1 in 365 + 365 + 365 + 366 = 1 in 1,461 odds

Here are the odds in craps: 7 vs. 6 Odds: 6 to 5 7 vs. 5 Odds: 6 to 4 or 3 to 2 7 vs. 4 Odds: 6 to 3 or 2 to 1 7 vs. 3 Odds: 6 to 2 or 3 to 1 7 vs. 2 Odds: 6 to 1

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A horse at 1:1, or even odds, means that for every $2 dollars you bet you will receive $4.

If you mean chosing both cards - the odds are 1 in 169. If you mean chosing either a king or a queen - the odds are 1 in 13

Odds of 2-1 mean that person offering the odds is moderately confident that the event in question will happen. If they offer 2-1, and you bet £/$ 10, if the event happens you would win £/$ 20 and the £/$ 10 that you bet on the event. So in total you would get £/$ 30 back.

It means there is a chance of being right 2 times out of three. 2:1 odds means 1 chance of 3 to be right; 1:1 odds means an even chance; 1:2 (0.5)odds is 2 of 3; 1:9 is 9 chances of being right out of 10 etc.

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It means that the odds are 4 to 1 against winning. This would translate into a 20% chance of winning.

It means if you bet £1 and your bet wins you will get £21 back plus your original £1

Your "odds" are your likelihood or probability of winning.

The odds of rolling a 7 are 1/6. The odds of rolling two in a row are 1/36. The odds of rolling an 11 are 1/18. The odds of rolling two in a row are 1/324. The odds of rolling doubles are 1/6. The odds of rolling double twice in a row are 1/36.

It means that the odds are 100 to 1 against whatever you are doing.

Geoffrey Odds is 6' 1 1/2".

odds are 1:6