11. Adam Klein
There will be debates about the effectiveness of Adam and Ben’s decision to get rid of Boston Rob. The people who are fans of Parvati and Sele, in general, will see it as a betrayal or giving up the only advantage in tribal lines. However, you have to realize that these winners aren’t going to play linearly, and Adam can’t play under the shadow of Boston Rob because of former dynamics.
That said, nobody knew at the time there would be a double elimination this week, and that’s why he’s in such a rough position here.
10. Ben Driebergen
The same goes for Ben Driebergen, who had previously wanted to get Adam Klein voted out to use Boston Rob as a shield at the merge. Now that his shield is gone, the two need each other more than ever, as they are facing a possible tie vote should they go to Tribal Council. With Sarah possibly using her Steal a Vote should push come to shove, it would likely be Adam or Ben voted out this week.
9. Nick Wilson
Other than hinting at a reconnection down the line with Tyson thanks to receiving his fire token, Nick’s impact on Survivor: Winners at War continues to be diminished. We don’t have a good idea where he’s standing in the grand scheme of things, nor where his thoughts are other than “I hope Parvati doesn’t ask me about her anymore!”