The first challenge is worth 3.5 points for winning and costs 0.7 points for losing it. The next challenge is for 3 points for winning and 0.75 for losing it. The Final challenge gives 2.5 points for the win and 0.83 for losing it.
Brad and Sarah’s physical game has no competition for who is the best, as I think Brad’s game was the fourth or fifth best of all time, but Sarah won for her superior strategic game.
The first challenge was worth 4.5 points for the winner (Aubry). Everyone else lost 0.64. After that Brad won 4 points next challenge. Everyone else lost 0.67 points.
Andrea has played the best physical gam of any woman ever. Brad is clearly the biggest physical threat left, with Aubry behind him, and she has been on a role lately. Tai and Troyzan did well at the start, but since then have greatly faltered. Expect the next challenge to be a duel between Aubry and Brad fro immunity with the loser likely being voted out.
There are nine people left meaning multiply that by 0.5 and add 0.5 means points are at stake for the winner, and the eight losers lose 0.63. There were 3 winners of the reward (Aubry, Andrea, and Brad), so they each get 1.67. Losing costs 0.84.
Michaela 93. 97
Andrea is still number one by a large amount. The highest ever score by a woman is Kim (One World) with 113.02, So Andrea can very well catch this.
Losing the first challenge costs 0.58 points, and winning it (Andrea) is worth 7. Hali is eliminated giving her a simple final score. Winning the next challenge (Tai) is worth 6.5 points, and losing it costs 0.59. Being on the right team on the reward is worth 1.08. Oddly the individual winners were the only winning members to be outdone by the losing team’s tem of the course. Our current score is.
Survivor is back. Unlike most seasons I had a winner pick before it began (Sarah), and like most All-Star seasons I will stick with it. She is smart enough, and she seems to have learned from her past mistakes like lording her greatness over people. She also has a small threat even with Tony gone. If I had to make a pick from Mana I would go with Jeff. No one is bothering thinking of outing him. Last season my winner pick got ninth and the backup got tenth, so I am hoping for a better result this time.