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'Survivor': Tony, master manipulator

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Last night on “Survivor”, once again viewers witnessed another blindside masterminded by Tony. Let’s be honest, his game play has to be admired, always on the lookout talking, strategizing he is a master at this game so far. However, he is so good at it that his deceit might catch up to him before the votes are tallied to determine the winner, because as far as playing the game he would most definitely be the winner by now.

Spencer had somewhat of a hand at the game changing move last night, when he told Tony that Jefra was plotting to blindside him, such words cast a doubt on Tony’s mind and he began to think about numbers and how he would fair with a majority of women playing against him and Woo. Kas and Trish had no idea of what was going on and again they were left speechless at tribal council.

Tony has also managed to find 2 immunity idols, one with a special power that enables the one owning it, to use it after all the votes are tallied, never in “Survivor” history has this type of Immunity Idol been given, so it is a powerful weapon in the arsenal of one who already has already manipulated and masterminded some fascinating blindsides. Yes, Tony is loud and overbearing, but if you were playing “Survivor” alongside him, it would be in your best interest to have him on your side, not for long mind you…

Tasha on the other hand is a master at winning individual immunity, last night again she pulled off a win and being in an alliance with Spencer without question went ahead with the plan to blindside Jefra, who thought she was sitting pretty in an alliance of 5, but Tony’s strategy surprised everyone once again.

“Survivor” runs on Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.

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