The remaining Survivor 2020 castaways swapped tribes this week, shaking the game up and leaving a major player vulnerable.
Now that Boston has joined the other five on the Edge of Extinction, let’s take a look at the 14 remaining players in the Survivor Winners at War game.
DAKAL (Red tribe)
Denise Stapley. Denise now has a full and active idol. Will she need to use it soon?
Sandra Diaz-Twine. Sandra has a hidden immunity idol in her pocket but I think her next trip to Tribal Council is the last time to use it.
Jeremy Collins. Jeremy has been adapting to everything thrown at him. Will his survival mode help him navigate the new tribe?
Kim Spradlin-Wolfe. The swap probably benefited no one more than Kim. She now has the chance to regain her footing and has a full immunity idol.
Tony Vlachos. Tony continues to be more low-key this time around. Will his new strategy continue to work for him on a new tribe?
SELE (Blue tribe)
Nick Wilson. Nick seems to be in a really good position now. He should be in the majority for the next time his tribe votes.
Michele Fitzgerald. Michele is now on a tribe with her ex. Will that hurt her or help her?
Yul Kwon. Yul seems to still be in charge of his side of the game, but how will the swap change that?
Wendell Holland. Wendell continues working the relationship angles and continues to stay pretty neutral in the game.
Parvati Shallow. Parvati seems to be in real danger for the first time this season.
Yara (Green tribe)
Ben Driebergen. Despite all kind of dumb moves, Ben has somehow managed to position himself quite well in the game.
Denise Stapley. Denise now has a full and active idol. Will she need to use it this week?
Sophie Clarke. Sophie has a full hidden immunity idol. Will it come into play this week?
Sarah Lacina. Sarah has done a decent job of laying low so far and still has that steal a vote.
Adam Klein. Adam will probably be in serious danger this week if his tribe returns to Tribal Council. He has no powers and he is the one person who has been making the most waves.
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