Now that we've seen the first entry in Game of Thrones' final season, Las Vegas has changed its tune on who might win the Iron Throne.
After weeks and weeks of Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) leading the pack, the premiere episode has evidently convinced the wagering crowd that his brother-cousin Jon Snow (Kit Harington) should be the favorite to rule the seven kingdoms.
As detailed by the folks at OddsShark, Jon Snow has +225 odds of claiming the much-fussed royal chair, which is a hike from his previous stance at +350 odds. Perhaps the fact that he's trekked back to Winterfell with a giant army in tow — and can officially ride a dragon now — has convinced people he has a better shot than they thought.
Of course, Bran only trails by a smidgen, with +275 compared to his previous +220 odds, which means the theory that this Three-Eyed Raven could also become the Night King and rule everything may still loom large over the gambling crowd.
Meanwhile, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) remains firmly in third place with an unchanging +500, even after Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) practically broke down the fourth wall to remind us all what happens to people who underestimate the Lady of Winterfell. Moving up behind her, though, is Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), who got a boost from +700 to +550 odds. Perhaps seeing her handle herself calmly in the Great Hall — instead of ordering her dragons to go full dracarys on anyone who wouldn't bend the knee — has helped increase her chances of winning.
Gendry (Joe Dempsie) also got a slight uptick from +700 to +650 odds after fans watched him smithing away at all those dragonglass weapons in Winterfell, and, perhaps surprisingly, the once-favored hypothetical love child of Jon and Daenerys has now dropped even further in the odds. Baby Targaryen has dropped from +1400 to +2500, which is right where Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) sits, despite being the only one of any of these people to actually occupy the Iron Throne.
So it looks like Vegas is finally coming around to the King in the North becoming the king of it all ... for now, at least.
Game of Thrones airs on Sundays at 9/8c.
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