have an even chance of (doing something)

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have an even chance of (doing something)

To be equally likely to experience or encounter two potential outcomes or scenarios. I think my interview went OK. I probably have an even chance of getting the job.
See also: chance, even, have, of

have an even ˈchance (of doing something)

be equally likely to do or not do something: She has more than an even chance of winning tomorrow.
See also: chance, even, have