Two contestants have the best odds to win “Survivor: Cagayan” according to predictions made so far at Gold Derby.
Last week’s second place contender — nuclear engineer JTia Taylor — has seen her odds slip from 15/2 to 14/1. However, psychology student Alexis Maxwell remains in third with odds of 10/1, down from 17/2.
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Below, in their own words, are why these contestants believe they will triumph.
“I have the brains and skills to dominate this game. I’m very strategic and determined. I interview people on a daily basis and get confessions. I will destroy this game.”
“I’m smart and can play a great social game. People tend to like me. I’m fast and agile. I’ll do great in obstacle course challenges. I have undeniable focus and concentration and I’ll smash the competition in balancing challenges. I can swim well and climb coconut trees. I am SURVIVOR!”
“My strongest asset is my background in psychology. I have studied and experimented with group dynamics and understand how to play a specific role in a group. I will also use sex appeal and flirting as a means of disguising my intelligence. I have always been aware of my role in a group and know how to lead in a sneaky way. I will use my education and flirty personality to assure I’m always in a good position.”