It’s safe to say that Cody Calafiore has been the best competitor of Big Brother 22, and that he’s the person to beat at this point.
Cody, the runner-up of Big Brother 16, has won three Head of Household competitions, tied with Memphis Garrett for the most this summer. This week, Cody also won his third Power of Veto competition, the most of the season thus far.
And despite his dominant performance in Big Brother 22, Cody hasn’t been nominated once. He’s part of “The Committee” alliance that has controlled practically the entire season. On top of that, Cody is in good hands with every remaining houseguest.
There’s still a long ways to go, but right now, Cody easily has the best chances of winning the $500,000 grand prize. Again, he’s by far the top competitor, and he doesn’t appear to be the main target of any other houseguest right now.
Sports Betting Dime lists Cody as the favorite to win Big Brother 22 with +130 odds, followed by Enzo Palumbo, who finished third in Big Brother 12, at +150. Memphis (the season 10 runner-up) has the third best odds at +350.
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Christmas Abbott (third place in season 19) and Tyler Crispen (season 20 runner-up) are both on the block this week. They share the second lowest odds at +650, and one of them will be sent home during Thursday night’s eviction.
Nicole Franzel carries the lowest odds at +1200. The Big Brother 18 winner has the chance to be just one of three houseguests to ever reach the finals. Dan Gheesling, the Big Brother 10 winner, was a runner-up in Big Brother 14. Paul Abrahamian, whom Nicole defeated in the Big Brother 18 finals, was also the runner-up in season 19.
One Big Brother champion, three runner-ups and a pair of third place finishers remain. But there’s only room for two people in the finals, and only space for one winner. We’ll have to see how things play out from here.
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