Will Bran (Isaac Hempstead Wright) rule the Seven Kingdoms on “Game of Thrones?” Fans seem to think so according to the latest Vegas betting odds.  Helen Sloan/HBO

Fans are desperate to know how “Game of Thrones” will come to an end and just who will be the reigning ruler of the Seven Kingdoms when the final episode airs. However, some seem to be placing their odds on someone very unexpected when it comes to their likelihood of ruling all.

According to the latest Vegas betting odds on the HBO series’ conclusion, fans of the show seem to believe that the assumed frontrunners for the Iron Throne have some of the least likely odds to be sitting there at the end. In fact, one of the characters who seems like an odd bet is firmly in the lead instead.

According to the odds, these characters have the biggest long-shot chance at taking the throne:

Euron Greyjoy (+3500), Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), Jamie Lannister (+1800), Varys (+1200) and Arya Stark (+1000):

It’s not hard to believe that some of these characters are least likely to take the Throne in the end. Though Varys (Conleth Hill) has been the other chief behind-the-scenes puppet master over years, ending up on the throne was never his goal. In addition, his death was hinted at in Season 7, which makes him seem less likely to ever ascend to the throne.

In addition, Arya (Maisie Williams) is more interested in fighting than ruling, which makes her seem unlikely to take the position as well. Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbæk) definitely has designs on the throne, but while he has an agreement with Cersei (Lena Headey) to marry her when the war is over, it seems like he’s falling for a trap she set for him. As for the Queen and her former lover/brother Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau)? Jaime is now on the opposite side of the fight from her, which means he’s going to be a target by her forces, so his ability to survive seems unlikely. The Queen herself is also someone who it is highly believed will finally perish in the show’s final season.

Characters With A Fair Chance:

Gendry (+900), Tyrion Lannister (+850), The Night King (+650), Sansa Stark (+550), Daenerys Targaryen (+300) and Jon Snow (+180):

Gendry (Joe Dempsie) and Sansa (Sophie Turner) still seem like long shots when it comes to taking the throne since an actual bastard doesn’t seem able to ascend to a position of power—while the current Lady of Winterfell seems best suited to stay in the North and perhaps serve as Wardeness when everything comes to an end. Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) also seems unlikely because he has never wanted to be the power either—just the person behind it. He seems likely to still serve as a Hand to a King/Queen.

The Night King (Vladimir Furdik) could have good odds if he manages to kill everyone, but the prospect of the story ending where everyone else has to die for that to happen is a little depressing, and even seems too over-the-top for a show that is known for killing off characters faster than a person can tie their show. Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) and Jon (Kit Harington) are usually considered the fan favorites overall to win since they both have the most legitimate claims (with Dany wanting it more), and while they have the best odds of this group, they still aren’t the front-runners.

The Front-runner: Bran Stark (-130):

Surprisingly, more fans think that Bran (Isaac Hampstead-Wright) will somehow wind up being the one on the throne in the end. As the Three-Eyed Raven, he is by far the most powerful character left on the show, which could be why fans think he’ll wind up in the Iron Throne. However, he still seems like an odd choice overall, since he is the Three-Eyed Raven, which is a position that seems a little too important to worry about ruling the kingdoms.

“Game of Thrones” returns Sunday, April 14 at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.