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“The more time that goes on, the more I appreciate the good players,” the four-time Emmy-winning Probst tells “You learn how difficult this game is by watching them play and how much work it is to find a way over 39 days to really sleep with one eye open and still maintain the ability to think strategically when not really sleeping and when you don’t trust anyone.” With 406 contestants competing in 403 episodes (as of Wednesday’s episode), Probst says the top 5 strategy plays prove obvious.The next one on his list was from the first time "Survivor" did "Blood vs.Water," when Ciera made a bold move and forced competitors to draw rocks.He then returned only a few weeks later to play in mountain of fame when he lied to his tribemates that his grandmother had passed away, a lie he planned before the game started and that required the assistance of a "loved one" to pull off. And what made it so delicious was that he was the most disliked person on the beach.His tribemates decided to let him win the reward so he could have more time to grieve with his loved one.“These so far surpass everything else because they are iconic,” he says, “they deal with alliances, social politics and when to make the big move.” Probst gave his clear-cut list in no particular order—citing them all as equally impressive.
She held onto them and held onto them and the heroes were about to take control. It is a moment where I couldn’t believe it happened.” But will it be enough to turn the player into a one-word Survivor star?
The host sat down with former "Survivor" winner Parvati Shallow recently to discuss his five all-time favorite tribal council blindsides.
Number five on the list came from last season's "Survivor: Cagayan," aka the "Brains vs. Beauty" season, when Tony and LJ played immunity idols for one another, Kass flipped alliances and Sarah was voted out of the game -- which all happened during one jam-packed tribal council."That was one of the most complicated moves in terms of how many active parts were happening, and one of the biggest moves of the game," Probst said.
Water" kicks off with a 90-minute premiere beginning at 8 p.m. Click here to learn more about this season's competitors.
If the long-running reality game show Survivor is like a course in social politics, then surely Jeff Probst is the professor.