High Odds Betting

If you’re looking to use high odds for your online betting the very first thing you need to do is find yourself the bookmaker that you are legally able to bet with in your country of residence who offers the best and highest odds on the sporting events you want to bet on.

If you were based in the US for example you might look to BetUS.

If you were based in Australia it would be a close call between SportsBet and Neds.

If you were based in Senegal, 22Bet would definitely be the best choice for the highest odds.

It’s definitely worth investing a good bit of your time finding those bookmakers who will offer you the best and highest odds consistently as over the long-term it will really make a difference to your overall winnings.


If 20 x £10 bets at odds of 3/1 (4.0) ending up winning for you, you’d be up £600

If you had done these same bets at a bookmaker that was consistently offering higher odds of 10/3 (4.33) on these bets, you would have been up £666.60.

That’s a £66.60 difference in profit all from choosing the best bookmaker offering the highest odds.

What are high betting odds?

If you asked 1000 regular punters which odds they consider to be low or high you’d likely get nearly 1000 different answers.

Some punters only strictly bet on extremely low odds football with odds of evens (2.0) or less. To these punters any odds above evens would be considered as high.

Other punters who tend to focus only on horse racing and who therefore are more used to coming across strong favourites with odds between 2/1 (3.0) and 4/1 (5.0) would perhaps only start to consider odds above 5/1 (6.0) as being high.


High odds betting strategies

There is absolutely no high odds standard betting strategy that is guaranteed to work and make you money.

Many regular punters would argue it’s a smart choice to build accumulators from several low odds events in order to give yourself a higher odds bet and a large potential win. Other punters would argue it would be better to focus on a single high odds bet, rather than taking the risk that one accumulator leg losing might let your entire bet down. Such punters prefer to spend hours analyzing sports events and carefully choosing high odds bets they believe are ‘more likely’ to come in.

At the end of the day both strategies involve heightened levels of risk. If you are considering using any kind of high odds regular betting strategy that you find recommended online, one way of at least seeing if it might work for you is to first only use free bets given to you by a bookmaker to test the strategy.