EVICTION: Ithaca College
Ten players (who were almost all alumni of Ithaca College) played a very strategic game of Eviction this past weekend.
In this game with constantly shifting alliances, a hidden power that players searched for throughout the house, and plenty of twists and turns, it was Cary Kingdom who came out as the winning player, beating out runner-up Rachel Koller in the final vote.
|Round 1||Round 2||Round 3||Round 4||Round 5||Round 6||Round 7||Round 8||Round 9||Finals|
|Key||Head Of Household||Nominated||Power of Veto Winner||Original Nominee (saved by POV)||Evicted|
The names in the table refer to who each player voted to evict, or in the final round, who the player voted to win the game.
*In this game, there was a hidden power known as the Coup D’eTat which allowed a player to cancel the HOH’s two nominees and choose two replacement nominees (not including the HOH or the POV winner), effectively making them the new HOH. Once found, the Coup D’eTat could be held by the player until they feel it is in their best interest to use it. Brad found the Coup D’eTat and used it in Round 6 to change the HOH’s nominees.