After 14 levels and five hours of play, our competitors just stood up to stretch their legs for a third time tonight. Normally we take this kind of an opportunity to move around the room and quickly tally up the chips to determine who is in the lead.
However, because this is a Survivor tournament and the final 12 all split the money, it doesn’t really matter all that much who has the chip lead. It matters who has the least!
So, instead of a leaderboard, the table below will represent the anti-leaderboard. This is a list you don’t want to be on. If you’re one of the four below, watch out! It’s time to quit bleeding and start leading!
Of the 23 remaining players, only 11 more will need to be eliminated for the 12 winners to be able to take their prizes home with them. Tick tock…
|Name | Nom
|Stack | Tapis