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Survivor Betting Odds: Odds To Win Survivor 41

Survivor season 41 host Jeff Probst

Survivor had been forced into hibernation since early May 2020, but a new season of the show finally debuted this fall.

The show’s 41st season is faster-paced than ever before with fewer days, more advantages and guaranteed chaos. Now that we’re at the merge in Survivor Season 41, our top entertainment sportsbook BetUS has established Survivor betting odds.

Deshawn Radden (EVEN) currently leads in odds to win Survivor 41, with the “Mafia pastor” Shantel Smith (+140) and Xander Hastings (+250) rounding out the top three in Survivor betting odds. The markets change with every episode and torch snuffed, so be sure to check back and find new value each week.

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Here’s a look at the full list of odds to win Survivor Season 41:

Who Leads Survivor Betting Odds?

odds to win Survivor Season 41
ContestantOdds
Deshawn RaddenEVEN
Shantel Smith+140
Xander Hastings+250
Erika Casupanan+500
Heather Aldret+1000
Liana Wallace+1600
Danny McCray+2000
Ricard Foye+2500

Odds as of November 24 at BetUS

Survivor Season 41 Odds: Best Bet

Shantel Smith (+140)

Through the opening episodes, Shantel was the star of the show. She hums a tune when she’s up to no good, has dubbed herself the “Mafia pastor” and has been calling the shots for all the biggest blindsides and vote-offs. 

While the focus on Shan has calmed a little, the editors clearly built many of the narratives around her decision-making, even though her close ally Ricard Foye (+2500) could have been given equal air time if he was to go far in the show. Shan has all the early makings of a “winning edit” and should be seen as the clear favorite, even with some recent missteps.

Unless Shan is taken down in a crazy twist or massive post-merge blindside, she is the best value on the board. If the other players know what’s good for them, they’ll take her out soon, but it doesn’t seem likely.

Who Are The Best Survivor Betting Odds Value Picks?

Deshawn Radden (EVEN)

An EVEN (+100) bet is rarely “value,” but I’m including Deshawn on this list because he’s the only great winner pick I see aside from Shan on the board right now. If you don’t believe in Shan, Deshawn is probably your pick.

He’s been positioned in contrast to an emotional and manipulative Shan in recent episodes, and could be the player to take her out. Deshawn is liked by the rest of the cast and if he can begin to build up his Survivor resume with big vote-outs like Shan, this season could be his to win.

Ricard Foye (+2500)

I don’t necessarily think Ricard is going to win this season, but he’s far too good in terms of value at this line. Ricard has been Shan’s No. 2 the entire season, and if he is to make the big move he needs — getting rid of Shan — he could find himself as a big threat to win season 41.

Ricard has been given a decent amount of screen time, seems to be getting a better edit each week and has been shown as a sympathetic character more and more. If you’re not gonna bet on Shan or Deshawn, get on the Ricard wagon.


How To Bet On Survivor Betting Odds Futures

Like any futures bets, Survivor betting odds and futures are long-term bets on the winner of a given Survivor season. The favorite is the player with the lowest odds (sometimes a minus number), while the higher the odds means the lower the chances to win — as determined by BetUS.

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If a player has +125 odds to win, a $100 wager on that player would profit $125 if they were to win it all and remain as the sole survivor. You would get your original $100 back plus your winnings of $125.

If youre betting on a long shot, with odds as high as +30000, a $100 wager would pay $30,000. Yes, their odds to win are essentially slim to none, but if you’re right, the payout would be massive.