Gareth on Dessert Masters

Has the winner of Dessert Masters already leaked ahead of tonight’s Grand Final?

That's a big lead!

Some of the best cooks in the country are battling it out for the winning title on Dessert Masters 2023, but who will reign victorious?

Well, betting odds on Sportsbet are suggesting that one of the remaining contestants will win by a landslide. Owner of Tarts Anon Gareth Whitton has a return of just $1.72 to take out the win.

Koi Dessert Bar owner and social media sensation Reynold Poernomo is expected to take second place with a return of $2.00, Jess Liemantara is a long way behind with a return of $8.50.

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How do betting odds work?

Betting odds are based on dollar value. If someone bets $1, they’d receive back the amount the contestant was listed at. For example, if a punter bets $1 on Gareth they’d receive a $1.72 return if she won. This corresponds with the amount deposited, so $10 would turn into $17.20, $100 would turn into $172, and so on.

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Do betting odds correctly guess the winner?

No, not necessarily. Insider trading is strictly prohibited however, betting odds can often be a good indicator of who will win a show.

Most recently, betting odds suggested that Steph and Gian would win The Block 2023, which they well and truly did, with a profit of $1.65 million, plus $100,000 in prize money.

Similarly, Brent Draper had the best odds to win MasterChef Australia 2023, and he was, in fact, crowned the winner. Plus, last year’s betting odds indicated that Reggie Bird would win Big Brother Back To The Future, which she did.

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