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Big Brother Betting Odds Say Whitney is Next to be Evicted




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Tiffany’s Odds to Win Big Brother 23 Take Slight Hit

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Whitney Williams is the odds-on favorite to be evicted next on the 23rd season of CBS’ Big Brother, according to betting aggregators. Her odds of being sent home are 1/4 (80% implied probability), while Hannah Chaddha’s are 5/2 (28.6%). 

“While the odds are strongly pointing toward Whitney being the one evicted this week, she actually has the weakest odds among the favorites to be voted off so far,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “The odds also aren’t confident in a unanimous vote, as there are 3/1 odds for that to be the case, so this could be a sign of hope for Whitney.” 

While Tiffany Mitchell has been the favorite to win it all for the past three weeks, her odds have taken a slight hit since last week. Tiffany her odds worsened from 7/4 (36.4% implied probability to 9/5 (35.7%), where she’s still the favorite to win the season. Kyland Young follows, but his odds also worsened from 11/5 (31.3%) to 11/4 (26.7%). Claire Rehfuss is third, improving from 7/1 (12.5%) to 5/1 (16.7%). 

“Sara Beth Steagall notice the most movement since last week, improving from 80/1 to 16/1 to win Big Brother 23,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “This puts her just behind Derek Xiao, who’s 14/1 and Xavier Prather, who’s 10/1.” 

Odds to be Evicted Next on Big Brother 23:
Whitney Williams: 1/4
Hannah Chaddha: 5/2

Will the Vote be Unanimous?
Yes: 3/1
No: 3/10

Odds to win Big Brother 23:
Tiffany Mitchell: 9/5
Kyland Young: 11/4
Claire Rehfuss: 5/1
Xavier Prather: 10/1
Derek Xiao: 14/1
Sarah Beth Steagall: 16/1
Hannah Chaddha: 20/1
Azah Awasum: 25/1
Whitney Williams: 33/1
Christian Birkenberger: 33/1
Britini D’Angelo: 50/1
Derek Frazier: 66/1
Alyssa Lopez: 66/1

Disclaimer: The odds posted in this article are for illustrative purposes only, as wagering on such props is not currently legal in any U.S. state. The data was based on betting markets offered by UK/European/worldwide operators regulated in jurisdictions where wagering on these props is legal.