‘Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X’ finale predictions: Will Adam Klein, Ken McNickle or Hannah Shapiro outwit, outplay & outlast?

Ahead of Wednesday night’s “Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X” finale, we’re asking you to decide in which place each of the Final 6 castaways will finish. Current predictions put Adam Klein as the frontrunner to win with 11/10 odds, beating Ken McNickle with 8/5 odds at getting second place and Hannah Shapiro with 5/4 odds of placing third. Do you agree or disagree with our readers’ findings? Hurry – make your “Survivor 33” predictions for a chance to top our famous leaderboards. It’s fun and easy, so start now by predicting the finishing order of the Final 6.

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Though readers are expecting Ken and Hannah to make it to the finals with Adam, very few are predicting either to win — Ken has 9/1 odds of winning and Hannah has 18/1 odds. In the question “Who will win ‘Survivor?'” it’s Adam way out in first, but Jay Starrett (4/1 odds) and David Wright (11/2 odds) are just behind him. If Jay can’t make it to the finals, most readers are expecting him to finish fourth — he has 2/1 odds in that question. That suggests that while readers have faith in Jay’s ability to win over the jury if he makes it to the final tribal council they don’t necessarily have faith in his ability to get to there.

The predictions for David are similar yet he is leading our odds in none of the questions. Instead he is ranked second in both the “Who will place 4th?” and “Who will place 5th?” questions. That leaves David as the big question mark of the finale. Readers see him as a strong candidate to win with fierce allies in both Ken and Hannah on his side, but are unsure if the other players will turn on him knowing how big of a threat he is.

Readers are expecting Bret Labelle to be one of the first two eliminations in the finale — he leads both the 5th and 6th place questions. But Bret has employed a successful vote-by-vote strategy all season, hopping alliances with each new vote just to stay in the game one round longer. It’s a strategy that could still get him to the finale if he chooses the right side, but even if he gets there readers aren’t expecting him to win as he has longshot odds of 66/1 to win Season 33.

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