‘Survivor: Edge of Extinction’ Episode 10 Betting Odds

by James Murphy in Entertainment  / April 15, 2019

  • This is the 38th season for CBS’s reality show.
  • ‘Survivor’ was one of the early pioneers of the reality TV genre.
  • ‘Survivor: Edge of Extinction’ Episode 10 airs April 17 at 8:00 PM Eastern.

It was one of those Survivor: Edge of Extinction episodes that seemed significant as it was going on but when the smoke cleared little had changed. That’s essentially the result of having the Extinction Island format. This week, Julia Carter was voted out by the Tribal Council 9-1 but like every voted out contestant before her she chose to head to Extinction Island instead of calling it quits entirely. The current situation is that 10 weeks in to the season only two contestants have actually been eliminated.

Here’s the tally: Keith Sowell and Wendy Diaz are the two contestants eliminated from the game. Both had the option of remaining on Extinction Island in Episode 6 but instead decided to throw in the towel…er…raise the mast. That same week Rick Devins won a challenge and moved from Extinction Island back into the main game. That leaves Reem Daly, Chris Underwood, Aubry Bracco, Joe Anglim, Eric Hafemann and Julia Carter on Extinction Island. Things should heat up considerably this week as the producers have confirmed there will be Two Tribal Councils and two people given the boot in Episode 10.

Just in case you missed the earlier procedural note–you’ll notice that some of the prop bets listed below have all of the contestants that haven’t been officially eliminated (meaning Extinction Island is included) while others have only the ‘main game’ contestants. There’s a logic to that–it’s impossible to handicap all of the hypothetical situations where a player could return to the game from Extinction Island and get voted out again/win immunity/win a reward in the same episode. For that reason, the betting interests in those props are limited to the main island contestants. I have changed the final entry to ‘Any Other Result’ to cover not only a situation where there is no winner in a given category but where there might be a scenario such as the one outlined above. The ultimate winner prop and the ‘Next to Be Pixelated Prop’ contains all remaining contestants since there’s no reason the Extinction Island crew couldn’t come back to win the contest or suffer a wardrobe malfunction.

Here are the odds for Episode 10 of Survivor: Edge of Extinction:

‘SURVIVOR: EDGE OF EXTINCTION’ BETTING ODDS

TO WIN ‘SURVIVOR: EDGE OF EXTINCTION’

Victoria Baamonde                      +500
Rick Devins +500
Lauren O’Connell +500
Kelley Wentworth +500
David Wright +750
Gavin Whitson +750
Aubry Bracco +1500
Eric Hafemann +1500
Julia Carter +2500
Chris Underwood                       +2500
Aurora McCreary +2500
Ron Clark +2500
Joe Anglim +2500
Dan Wardog Desilva +2500
Julie Rosenberg +2500
Reem Daly +2500

‘SURVIVOR: EDGE OF EXTINCTION’ EPISODE 10 BETTING ODDS

TO BE VOTED OUT AT TRIBAL COUNCIL IN EPISODE 10?

Aurora McCreary                        +250
Dan Wardog Desilva +350
Gavin Whitson +350
Ron Clark +500
Rick Devens +500
Lauren O’Connell +750
David Wright +750
Aurora McCreary +750
Kelley Wentworth +750
Victoria Baamonde +1250
Julie Rosenberg +1250
Any Other Result +2500

Two contestants are scheduled to be voted out at two separate Tribal Councils in Episode 10

WHO WILL WIN IMMUNITY IN EPISODE 10?

Gavin Whitson                          +225
Julie Rosenberg +275
Kelley Wentworth +350
Lauren O’Connell +500
Victoria Baamonde +1000
David Wright +1500
Aurora McCreary +2500
Ron Clark +2500
Rick Devens +5000
Dan Wardog Desilva +5000
Any Other Result +5000

WHO WILL WIN CHALLENGE IN EPISODE 10?

Gavin Whitson                          +250
Julie Rosenberg +350
Kelley Wentworth +350
Any Other Result +500
Lauren O’Connell +500
Victoria Baamonde +1500
David Wright +1500
Aurora McCreary +2500
Ron Clark +2500
Rick Devens +5000
Dan Wardog Desilva +500

WILL A HIDDEN IDOL BE PLAYED IN EPISODE 10?

Yes                                     +130
No -150

WILL ANY MAIN ISLAND CONTESTANT QUIT/BE REMOVED DUE TO INJURY IN EPISODE 10?

Yes                                     +2500
No -5000

WILL ANY CONTESTANT CRY ON CAMERA DURING EPISODE 10?

Yes                                     -210
No +180

WILL ANY CASTAWAY CATCH SEAFOOD IN EPISODE 10?

Yes                                     +210
No -250

WILL A CONTESTANT BE ‘PIXELATED’ DUE TO NUDITY IN EPISODE 10?

Yes                                     +150
No -170

GENDER IDENTITY OF NEXT CONTESTANT PIXELATED DUE TO NUDITY?

Female                                   -350
Male +300

NEXT CONTESTANT TO BE PIXELATED DUE TO NUDITY?

Victoria Baamonde                        +350
Kelley Wentworth +350
Aurora McCreary +450
Eric Hafemann +750
Joe Anglim +750
Julie Rosenberg +1500
Lauren O’Connell +1500
Aubry Bracco +1500
Dan Wardog Desilva +2500
Gavin Whitson +2500
Chris Underwood +2500
David Wright +2500
Rick Devens +5000
Reem Daly +5000
Ron Clark +5000
Julia Carter +5000

In the previous three propositions pixelation must be due to accidental or intentional nudity and not due to obscene gestures or any other reason. If there is no pixelation due to nudity this season the previous two propositions will be graded ‘no action’.

EPISODE 10 KEY DEMO (18-49) RATINGS

Over 1.5                                 -150
Under 1.5 +130

EPISODE 10 KEY DEMO (18-49) SHARE

Over 6.5                                  -750
Under 6.5 +600

EPISODE 10 TOTAL VIEWERSHIP

Over 7.5 Million                            -150
Under 7.5 Million +130

The previous three TV ratings propositions will be graded using data reported at TV By The Numbers.

James Murphy

James Murphy is a preeminent authority on the international gambling industry and has made frequent appearances in the mainstream media including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Forbes, Entertainment Weekly, CNBC and NPR. He has previously worked as a radio and podcasting host where he broadcast to an international audience that depended on his expertise and advice. Murphy also serves as an odds making consultant for sports and ‘non-sport novelty bets’ covering the entertainment industry, politics, technology, financial markets and just about everything else.

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