Top Chef Odds Week 3: Hanging tough on top

Mattin gets to work on the second episode of Top Chef: Las Vegas.
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With the second episode of Top Chef: Las Vegas, the leaders of this season have firmly emerged from the pack on the back of some molecular mischief and simply good cooking.

The top three chefs, according to Wynn Director of Race & Sports Operations Johnny Avello’s carefully calculated odds, are carrying over from last week – Michael Voltaggio, Jennifer Carroll and Kevin Gillespie. But that’s where the consistency ends. Michael’s older bro, Bryan, has moved into the fourth spot at 6/1 odds, and the rest of the chef’testants are still jostling for standing on the cooking competition’s sixth season.

Before you go betting a Restaurant Week dinner on the town or a nitro gazpacho on next week’s results, check out the new lines for Top Chef: Las Vegas:

Chef'testant Opening Odds Last Week This Week
Michael Voltaggio 11/1 4/1 7/2
Jennifer Carroll 20/1 5/1 9/2
Kevin Gillespie 8/1 6/1 5/1
Bryan Voltaggio 15/1 12/1 6/1
Eli Kirshtein 22/1 20/1 10/1
Laurine Wickett 14/1 22/1 14/1
Hector Santiago 18/1 24/1 15/1
Michael Isabella 25/1 8/1 16/1
Ron Duprat 7/1 18/1 10/2
Jesse Sandlin 12/1 18/1 22/1
Ash Fulk 35/1 28/1 25/1
Robin Leventhal 28/1 40/1 30/1
Mattin Noblia 10/1 14/1 35/1
Ashley Merriman 30/1 35/1 40/1
Preeti Mistry 6/1 25/1 50/1
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