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PostSubject: Jeff Winger   Fri Jun 05, 2015 8:35 am

Jeff-please step up and address the final 2 with questions or comments regarding their game.
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Fri Jun 05, 2015 5:27 pm

First off I just want to congratulate the both of you on making it to the end in one of the craziest games Ive ever been apart of. All those blindsides I really never felt safe ever in this game.


Ekki

Brother! I wish I was sitting next to you in the finals man, you played in my opinion the best game Ive witnessed In a while. When you and I were speaking I was always 100% honest with you and was hoping you would be with me, I know you didnt trust me at first but I would like to think I grew on you and we became closer. My questions for you are

1. What Is one thing you regret most in this game? Explain why.

2. How genuine were you with me this entire game? Did you plan on cutting me loose at the end or were you going to stay loyal to me like you said you would?

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1. What was the biggest move you did in this game? ( I know, how generic right ) Im just not too sure what you did in this game, I know you were great at challenges but thats it.

2. I approached you for an alliance when the tribes first swapped, were you down for that? Or did you just say yes because you didnt want to say no? Who was your greatest ally in this game and why?


To both

1. What kind of game to you respect more, a challenge beast or a social mastermind? Explain.

2. Im a firm believer luck is a big part in winning online games. Tell me one time in this game that luck was on your side and how it was beneficial to you.




Great game both of you, and good luck.
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Fri Jun 05, 2015 7:31 pm

Broseph! I really am sorry for that. I let the game get to my head too much, then regretted it. I was honest about really wanting to go to the end with you, but I had already screwed up and needed to play it off so people wouldn't see us as a threat.

1A. Probably voting out Audrey. I knew it was a huge risk, but it seemed like voting her out would severe some ties/make a few people less secure in the game, thus giving me - not secure at all - more of a chance. IMO, the biggest blindside of the game (Sweet probably suspected hers, as I told her my suspicions before).

2A. Yes, I was. I joked with Switza that half of my confessionals were about you... and that I regretted not trusting you, that I wanted you in the game - even before I fully trusted you, I wanted to keep you in the game (you were a strong competitor and I liked you). I did play you off to other people just so they wouldn't see you as a risk/someone to vote off... I thought it would keep you safe. I screwed up at the beginning (I took what you first said as wanting to flip, and later realized I was wrong about that). My biggest allies varied depending on tribe incarnation/who I was working with... Magic, Sweet, Moses, you. As much as I like Ariana, I didn't ever fully trust her in the game, so not including her. Prior to you being voted out, I fully trusted you and realized how dumb I'd been, and wanted the final 3 to be you, Magic, and me - that's what I was aiming for, but since we were a minority and none of us had idols, there was no easy/direct way to accomplish that.

1B. Everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses - I can respect anyone who uses their strengths to their fullest and is able to overcome their weaknesses, regardless of what they are. So, both. But for what game I personally *appreciate* more/like seeing... challenge beast. I like the immediacy and ritual of competitions - playing by set rules, with an immediate objective, and being able to "shake hands" and say "good game" after. I also like being able to see how other people play, their strategies, etc... in a micro, very specific way. I also think it's a very underrated facet of Survivor, and it's really cool to see a final 2 of "challenge beasts" (how often do you see that in Survivor?).

2B. A few, actually. As mentioned in my opening statement, Magic brought me into the game... it was lucky Sweet picked us for the same tribe (I had an automatic ally). The 3rd individual immunity I won, I was lucky the last question was about Napoleon's last words (something I actually knew) - otherwise, Tony would've slaughtered me and I probably would've been out. Etc...
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Fri Jun 05, 2015 7:34 pm

Omg the bromancing in this thread is nauseating.
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Fri Jun 05, 2015 7:39 pm

Ugh, I think you edited and changed the questions to me? Or I read wrong. Sorry. So, more...

1. What Is one thing you regret most in this game? Explain why.

1. Not trusting you from the beginning and 2. not trusting Bobby/backing out of our deal (when he ultimately carried his end). I guess I explained that above when answering the wrong questions (Laughing). But to recap: I regretted jumping the gun and not trusting you in the beginning, then having to run around and find ways to keep you close while not letting anyone else see that. It would've simplified the game if I just trusted you from the beginning (and by the end, I knew I should've).

2. How genuine were you with me this entire game? Did you plan on cutting me loose at the end or were you going to stay loyal to me like you said you would?

I wanted you in the final 3 - truly. If it came down to the last immunity challenge and I won, whether I'd pick you or Magic... I really don't know. I may have picked you, I may have picked her. I definitely can't say for sure I would've picked you come that time (maybe, maybe not). But you were good in challenges, so I figured if we did get there, there was a decent shot you'd win and it wouldn't be my choice, anyway - and I was happy with that.

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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Fri Jun 05, 2015 8:16 pm

1. What was the biggest move you did in this game? ( I know, how generic right ) Im just not too sure what you did in this game, I know you were great at challenges but thats it.

I think, at least personally, my biggest move was about self preservation which was voting Audrey out.  The reality was that at that point my two biggest allies were the two people the vote was against and I ended up being the swing vote.  And at that point, I trusted Audrey more, but my mistrust for Ariana was so big that I had to sacrifice the person I trusted most to extend my game as long as possible.  

2. I approached you for an alliance when the tribes first swapped, were you down for that? Or did you just say yes because you didnt want to say no? Who was your greatest ally in this game and why?

I gave a very honest yes for that alliance and was all about it.  I definitely only put my hat in the ring when I find the risk is worth the reward - a nice mix of competitors and social players, thought it would be a great set of individuals.  

Greatest ally: in the early stages it'd definitely be Audrey and Moondoggie.  I'm all about who is communicating with me consistently and candidly, and those two were frank and honest individuals.  As they got voted out, it segued into FunBobby and then magic.  All for the same reasons.  For me, overall, my biggest loss was Moon, and was sad to see him go so early.

To both

1. What kind of game to you respect more, a challenge beast or a social mastermind? Explain.

I'd definitely echo Ekki - winners spread the gamut.  It's definitely a case-by-case basis of the unique permutation of the people competing.  With that said, I personally like to compete.  Even when I DVR the show, I tend to fast forward through the talk and watch the competitions and get the sum up at the tribal council.  But in terms of respect, they're both worthwhile approaches, it just depends on the cast you're set up with as to what is more suited.

2. Im a firm believer luck is a big part in winning online games. Tell me one time in this game that luck was on your side and how it was beneficial to you.

I think the key point of luck to me was when Sweet was voted out.  We were already in the minority, and I was really kind of resigned to the whole competition, and that switch rebooted and motivated me to push hard to the end.
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Sat Jun 06, 2015 12:12 pm

Thanks you two, good luck.
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Sat Jun 06, 2015 12:48 pm

If all Tony did was dominate in challenges, regardless if he did anything else or not, that is impressive.

You bring your opinions to my board then I'll bring mine to yours bounce
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Sat Jun 06, 2015 1:00 pm

Lol Im not mad at that. You're welcome to say whatever you want here, just don't try and act like some tough guy because you end up looking like a fool.
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Sat Jun 06, 2015 2:32 pm

Shut up. Just go back to kissing Ekki's ass.  Maybe his strong gameplay this season and your relationship with him will help make you look less like the shitty player that you clearly were.
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PostSubject: Re: Jeff Winger   Sat Jun 06, 2015 2:42 pm

Lol.

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