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Survivor: We All Have A Price

April 7, 2014 - Since we can't calculate adventure, we won't touch it. We can calculate fame, which for our purposes, is perhaps better defined as moderate success within the entertainment industry. Although, there isn't much to cover in this regard. Chase Rice, Colby Donaldson, John Cochran, Parvati Shallow, Rob Mariano and ours truly, Rob Cesternino, are past contestants that best fit our loose definition. With 424 total contestants, that's an astronomically high fame rate of 1.4%. Yikes. Which leads us to the most popular and most calculable reason to do Survivor: FORTUNE.
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The Survivor Strategic Game: Chaos Reigns Supreme

April 6, 2014 - This week’s Tribal Council took the previous highs and leapt into the stratosphere. Where should I even start with so much interesting gameplay? The risks were huge and might cost them down the road, but no one is sitting back and hoping for the best. The game play may be terrible at times, but that’s part of what makes it so exciting.
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This Week in Survivor History

April 6, 2014 - Previously on This Week in Survivor History… Jerri’s ousting prevented a repeat Pagonging, Probst gave the girls some peanut butter, and Tyson voted himself out. The 3 Amigos alliance was formed, and Gabriel Cade found out that if you’re not there to play the game, you won’t be there much longer. Read on to find out what happened… This Week in Survivor History!
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Individual Games – A Social Network

April 1, 2014 - Episodes where players quit are always going to be unsatisfying, and this one didn't really do much more than set the stage for the merge. Thankfully, the merge itself is an enticing prospect, and knowing that the remaining eleven players likely make up our jury has certainly whetted my appetite for what happens next.
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Survivor: When Should You Tell The Truth?

March 31, 2014 - After watching Tony, and other players, tell the truth at such poor moments, the following should come as no surprise. Survivor wouldn't work if players had to tell the truth. It'd be more of a sport and less of a game. Which leads me to something incredibly straight forward... When should you tell the truth? When it benefits you.
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The Survivor Strategic Game – The Early Victory Lap

March 30, 2014 - The days fly by on our TV screens each week, but they’re long and slow for the players. It’s easy to lose concentration and get overly high or low about a certain outcome. Promising minds can jettison their games by getting too confident and forgetting about the moves to come. RHAP contributor Dan Heaton calls this the “Early Victory Lap”.
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