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Does Liam Have It All Sewn-Up?

For the first couple of weeks of Big Brother 8, we had no idea who was going to win the series; this is always a good thing. Now however, three weeks in, we wonder whether Liam has got the game all sewn-up already?

Even though there's probably one-or-two more newbies to come, we feel that latecomers will never win Big Brother and Liam is such a 'nice guy' that it will be hard to beat him; despite the fact that there are shades of Cameron Stout about his existence in the game i.e. a bit boring.

However, he doesn't get involved in arguments, he's not crude, he can be fun and – probably the most crucial aspect – he comes across as just a normal bloke who's gone into the House for the experience, not to try and make become famous, get 'deals', become a celebrity or make money.

On that last issue, the 22-year-old has already scooped the £100,000 that his peers think is the prize money, so he doesn't even need to carry-on in the game. Not we think he would quit, as he just doesn't seem like that kind of guy.

However, will the public let him win another £100k, the real prize money? Or, will we see a situation as in Big Brother 6, where Eugene Sully may well have won the series if he hadn't already accepted half the prize money in the final week?

In other words, the public chose to have two winners in crowning Anthony Hutton the Winner.

Looking at the betting odds since Liam arrived, he was 8/1 (to Win) when he entered the Big Brother House on Day 17 along with Billi, Jon and Brian. By the next day he'd shortened to 7/1.

He then went to 6/1, which is where he was on the day Liam was awarded the £100k by his three peers (Day 22). This is when we backed him at the bookies.

Within a couple of days he was 9/2, and then 4/1 by Day 23. Then he went to 7/2 on the next day, and 100/300 a couple of days later. Finally, by Day 27, Liam's odds were 3/1, where he remains today; the favourite to win Big Brother 8 at the time of writing (29th June, Day 31).

This is a great time to back the tree surgeon if you think he can do it, because although there are still 9 weeks to go, if you wait another month, his odds could well have gone from 3/1 to a low 1/3. That means you'd have to put £30 on to win a £10 profit.

Today, however, if you were to stake £30 on Liam being the Overall Winner at 3/1, and you were successful, you'd win £90 profit. If you were to stake £10, you'd win £30, if you staked £60 you'd get £180 profit, and a stake of £100 would see £300 'quid in your back pocket, plus your stake back. Not bad.

So, if you'd like to take that bet, and get yourself a FREE BET of up to £25 for your trouble, just click here and sign-up now. It doesn't take a minute and it's easy to bet online. If you think about it, because you can get the Free Bet from Paddy Power, you can't really lose if you stake between £10 and £25.

You can also get a Free £25 Bet from BlueSquare by clicking here, however unlike Paddy Power (see link above), you have to stake at least £25 to qualify for your free bet.

Good Luck if you do decide to have a gamble during this series, but don't blame us if you lose! You can follow our own betting activity in our dedicated Betting Zone section, where we published a similar article to this one in week 8 last year about Pete winning BB7... and we were right then!

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