Top 10 Dumbest Survivor Moves
Definitely the dumbest move I've ever seen; if you're looking at trying to win. Was he hoping to get a date out of it or something? Actually, when you think about the fact that he was the only guy left with 4 girls heavily manipulating the direction of the game, it might have been a smart move; just to keep what little bit he had left of his sanity.
I think he has a new contender:
Sandra trades her idol to Denise - Winners at War
Sandra did that of her own volition. This guy got told to!
Just a stupid move. No other way to say it. Giving your immunity to another player: I've never seen that move work.
After the previous blind side, how could he trust any of them.
One of the dumbest moves out there, definitely not as Dumb as Varner in The Outback or Tyson in Season 20, but dumber than the rest out the moves out there.
I mean it was Chaos Kass! How stupid do you have to be to bring Tony, The guy who everyone didn't hate!?!
He could've won right there. I don't know what he was thinking. Kass was majorly hated, Tony wasn't. He choose Tony. IDEK.
Woo could have won 1 million dollars. Instead he made one of the greatest winners road to victory even easier
He thought a majority would be united.
If you get voted out with 2 hidden immunities even if you are confident kep one play one
Don't stereotype genders!
It wasn't a dumb move in my opinion because he didn't seem to care.
He was actually happy that Tina won.
Among the 5 very obvious overrated dumb moves, this was the dumbest move of them all. You really need to truly understand the circumstances going into this. While JT's and Erik's moves were bad and made very little sense, NOTHING about Tyson's move made sense at all.
That was a VERY bad move, & not only did he cost himself in the show, but, he also cost Boston Rob his game too.
Tyson WON Blood vs. Water. He voted himself out in Heroes vs. Villains.
This wasn't blood vs water he won. He voted himself off in heroes vs villains
And then he goes out with a REAL idol.
"It's okay, it has a face!"
I honestly agree with Ian's decision. If I'd sour a friendship, I'd rather jump off to rekindle it than win $1M.
I don't see this as dumb. Coby spilling Korror's secrets was definitely dumber than this.
This was a bad move but not as bad as Erik. At least he gave it to someone that voted with him. What makes these moves had is that they both got played by legends. The difference was that Brandon actually got played by Coach who told him the truth up until that point as they were in an alliance. Erik was told it you give up your immunity necklace I will trust you by Cirie who he was not aligned with. If he was a smart fan he would have known that himself Cirie and Natile would have made up the majority so there would be no need to give up the immunity necklace
This one was worse than Erik's. He thought he was playing with god. The biggest reason why it was worse, is because he probably saw Erik make that move and he should've known better after 23 seasons that it would not work out.
When it comes to overrated dumb moves, aside from the obvious 5, this would be number one because everybody all over social media and other things like that could not stop talking about it for a long period of time. I am glad that he has repaired the situation and he definitely regrets it. He was trying to save himself in some way, when in reality (he did not know this), he was actually going to stay in the game had he not made that move. 5 of the other players were planning to vote out Ozzy, Zeke among them.
Don't know where Varner was coming from. But at least he regrets it.
You've been compromised, Varner.
Completely doomed himself and essentially ruined his own life, while also potentially ruining Zeke's
There's two of these on the list.
Colton had an awful strategy. Couldn't he have NOT fiund the immunity idol, so we could avoid his headache?
Again, you want numbers. If you need to throw the challenge to lose, you can just pick 'em off after the merge.
Drew: I will throw this immunity challenge. I'm too good of a player.
Jeff: Drew, the tribe has spoken. (snuffs his torch)
"Basically I'm a badass and a master manipulator."
NaOnka wouldn't have lasted much longer, because of how much of a jerk she was. But Purple Kelly had no good reason to quit. Nicaragua is "the season of the quitters", as Holly almost quit, too.
You can tell Jeff wasn't happy. Not one bit.
Your biggest rival Domenick just played a Legacy Advantage, and you still don't play your idol for an insurance policy? Unbelievable...
Did you REALLY think THAT many people would go along with a split vote? (Actually, they would. Next episode, everyone but Michael splits the vote between Michael and Libby.)
That is just pure stupidity. Especially since it was so early in the game. If it was right before the merge, I could understand, but it was just the beginning and they were only 2 people up.
Doesn't seem dumb at first, but they lose like crazy after that.
He was the glue that held the Zapatera tribe together.
Why you were voted out.
Cochran is the jerkiest survivor player ever!
Keith didn't deserve to go home
In South Pacific yes, in Caramoan no.
I still think Sierra is a game changer, not as much as Natalie, but definitely a game changer.
Natalie was cast but bailed at the last second because of a family emergency, Sierra was CBS's backup
I WAS SO MAD! If I was a jury member, that move would prevent me from voting him!
This move may have gotten him into the final 3,but it's also the doomed his chances of winning the game.The deal itself was pretty stupid,because even if had given Yau Man the immunity necklace like promised to,he probably would have been voted out.
Dreams lost basically after this. Honor your word man.