Survivor: Kaôh Rōng Sixth Elimination

Anna Khait has become the sixth castaway to be eliminated from Survivor: Kaôh Rōng – Brains vs Beauty vs Brawn.

The 26-year-old professional poker player from Brooklyn, New York was voted out after her new tribe lost the latest immunity challenge. After the tribe swap, Anna remained on the Gondol beach with Aubry, Joe, Peter, Scot and Tai. With the former Brains tribe members making up the majority, and Scot valued for his physical strength, it put the former Beauty pair of Anna and Tai on the outs. Even though Tai suggested using his idol to blindside Peter, he decided to keep hold of it knowing that Anna was the target.

Anna Khait was the fifth boot on Survivor: Kaoh Rong.
Anna Khait was the fifth boot on Survivor: Kaoh Rong.

Anna received every single vote from her fellow tribe members. She voted for Peter.

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9 responses to “Survivor: Kaôh Rōng Sixth Elimination”


    Not Anna. She was my favorite from the start. This is the first time I am hoping for some secret way to come back in the game. She was my best hope for someone I like winning

  2. She failed to break the Poker Players curse I guess… Hope to see her getting a Second Chance. I would love her to be a Wentworth 2.0, even if honestly, I think she will be far less underestimated that Kelley was at the beginning of Cambodia.

    Jenn, Alecia AND NOW ANNA gone (Caleb too, but he wasn’t booted) while people like Peter, Nick, Jason, Scot are still in the game…….

  4. It might have been smarter to hold onto the idol, but they forgot that Julia would replace the eliminated guy. If they had given Anna the idol, Peter would have been eliminated and replaced with Julia. Then they would have changed the tribe numbers so beauty has the majority(3 beauty, 2 brain, 1 brawn). If Scott and Tai made their alliance stronger, they could have voted out the rest of the brains and probably make it to the merge.

    Now Julia’s in a bad position because Anna went home, so now the brains are going to eliminate Julia because they really like Tai. Maybe the sneak peak is actually what will happen and Joe will eliminate Peter, but I think Aubry’s smart enough to realize that Scott would then have control of the game, and he already has a partial alliance with Tai, so Aubry won’t approve of the plan and they will end up voting out Julia:(

    Also, Tai said he was completely loyal to the tribe and got cuts to help them, but his blindsiding Anna was more self-centered; he didn’t want to leave the game. When he has to play the idol, I think the remaining people from that tribal are going to be suspicious because he said that he didn’t think that there was an idol and that he had a bad sense of direction. I personally think that Tai is a good person but like everyone else, is untrustworthy in Survivor.

    Maybe it’s just me, but I think they put some people on certain tribes because they wanted to even out the scales.

    I just think that Tai was kind of nervous and didn’t process things as well as before. Also, I’m really upset because all of the awesome people are voted out:(

    I’m not trying to be mean. I actually really like these contestants and don’t want to see any of them go(except for some really mean people). I just want to say that I have watched Survivor for only a few seasons and don’t know a lot, so feel free to tell me how wrong I am lol. But don’t be mean:P

    • all of my favorite people went home first:( wish there was redemption island or some other way to get back in

    • Except Tai playing the idol instantly makes him a threat, and when there was the chance of him being saved and not having to play it he had to seize it. Honestly it worked out for him in the long run.

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