Game of Thrones Deathpool Odds

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<> on August 14, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico. Victor Chavez

Tomorrow night comes episode 8 of “Game of Thrones.” Since we know that episode nine is titled, “Battle of the Bastards,” we have to assume that’s when we’ll finally see the massive clash between Jon Snow and Ramsay. 

But who’s the most likely to die in the meantime? Our friends at OddsShark have the full odds, along with the odds that Jorah can cure his greyscale.

Turns out, no one is buying Arya dying even though she was stabbed at the end of episode seven. (Of course it might not have been her.) Last week Arya was 33-1 to one, this week she’s only 20-1. 

The biggest move here is from Tommen, who falls from 10-1 last week to 5-1 this week.

Meanwhile, Loras remains the favorite to die next. Here’s the list: 

Loras Tyrell +250
High Sparrow +550
Tommen Baratheon +550
Ramsay Bolton (Snow) +1200
Jorah Mormont +1500
Yara Greyjoy +1800
Lady Melisandre +1800
Daario Naharis +2000
Theon Greyjoy +2000
Arya Stark +2000
Margaery Tyrell +2000
Olenna Tyrell +2500
Podrick Payne +2600
Jaime Lannister +3000
Brienne of Tarth +3000
Grey Worm +3300
Jaquen H’ghar +3300
Euron Greyjoy +4000
Tormund +4000
Missandei +4000
Ellaria Sand +4500
Davos +4500
Sansa Stark +5000
Samwell Tarly +6000
Ghost +6600
Petyr Baelish +6600
Lord Varys +6600
Bronn +6600
Jon Snow +7500
Drogon +7500
Tyrion Lannister +7500
Cersei Lannister +7500
Daenerys Targaryen +10000 

As always, we’ll be live tomorrow night the minute the show ends at 10 eastern. If you aren’t watching the show live on Periscope or Facebook or at least listening to the podcast, you’re basically wasting your life.  

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