Betting Odds Now Favor Bran Stark to Acquire Game of Thrones’s Iron Throne BY HANNAH WIGANDT MAY 15, 2019
Isaac Hempstead Wright stars as Bran Stark in Game of Thrones
Isaac Hempstead Wright stars as Bran Stark in Game of Thrones
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If it comes to predicting who will end up on the Iron Throne when Game of Thrones finishes, the stakes could not be higher. Since Daenerys Targaryen’s fiery massacre last week at”The Bells,” the gambling odds that she will eventually become the Queen of the Seven Kingdoms have plummeted, and one improbable person has now taken the lead.
According to OddsShark, Bran Stark is the brand new odds-on favorite, even before the authentic heir to the throne, Jon Snow. Going from +200 odds to -500, Bran has made the cover of the list, while Jon has dropped from +300 to +800, placing Jon supporting Sansa Stark, whose chances also dropped from +300 to +400, and Tyrion Lannister, who increased from +900 into +750.
After Daenerys showed what type of leader she would be in the latest episode, her betting odds dropped from +900 into +1500, which means hardly any men and women believe she will take the throne. And fans still feel that Gendry, the bastard son of Robert Baratheon, has a claim to the throne–even though that probably will not happen. He makes the list anyway, right behind Daenerys with +3000, linking with Arya Stark.
Additionally tied with Arya and Gendry is Jon and Daenerys’s child, that might or might not exist, at +3000; Samwell Tarly in +5000; and Ser Davos Seaworth in +15000.

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