With only six castaways left on “Survivor: San Juan del Sur,” Gold Derby Senior Editor Matt Noble and I sat down to make our Final 3 predictions. Are Missy Payne, Natalie Anderson and Baylor Wilson unstoppable at this point? Watch out new “Survivor” slugfest below.
Also discussed in our new webchat: Does Jeff Probst have a second job calling on the horizon as a couples therapist following Jon Misch and Jaclyn Schultz‘s fight? Did Natalie make the right decision by going against her alliance to vote out Alec Christy instead of Keith Nale? And why did superfan Reed Kelly make that “brat” comment to Baylor?
If you want to join in our weekly “Survivor” prediction contest, simply click here or scroll down and make your first prediction using our easy drag-and-drop menu. You have until 4 p.m. PT on Wednesday to cast your votes for Episode 13, titled “Let’s Make a Move.”
According to exclusive Gold Derby racetrack odds, Natalie has leading 4/1 odds to win the season, followed by Jon in second place with 5/1 odds, Jaclyn, Baylor and Keith tied for third place with 11/2 odds, and Missy in last place with 6/1 odds.
Is your name listed on our Season 29 leaderboard? If not, click on the leaderboard to the right to jump to our Predictions page where you can start making your own forecasts in our weekly “Survivor” contest. It’s fun and easy! The ultimate winner will earn a $100 Amazon gift certificate.
Visit the “Survivor” prediction center where you can forecast everything from who’s going home next, to which castaways will win the Reward/Immunity challenges, to who’s going to Exile Island, to whether or not a hidden Immunity idol will be played. Get our weekly questions right and you could find yourself on our leaderboards.
We are forecasting everything from the results on reality TV shows like “The Amazing Race,” “Survivor” and “Top Chef” to the body counts on “The Walking Dead” and “American Horror Story: Freak Show” to the winners of the Oscars, Golden Globes and Grammys. Click on any box to bring up that event and get started.
To vote for who think will win, drag contestants over from the left to the right and arrange them in your predicted order of finishing. For example, if you think Natalie will win Season 29, make sure you put her in first place. You can continue to update and change your predictions throughout the week, just click “Save Predictions” when you’ve settled on your choice.
Every time someone logs their predictions, the racetrack odds of the contestants are automatically updated. If the majority of users think Natalie will win, that means she’ll have the best odds and will go to the front of the pack. Conversely, the castaways who don’t receive many votes of confidence have the worst odds and will go to the bottom of the pile.
The standard bet for each question is 100 points, which are wagered against the odds you locked in when you saved your predictions. However, for each TV episode you are given one special 200 point bet that you can use strategically to gain more points.
Get started by making your prediction as to which of the remaining players will end up as the winner of “Survivor” using our easy drag-and-drop menu below our recent Editors’ video slugfest.