I don't like how he has all the sudden labelled himself this, he acts tough and calls himself this but the only strategy players in the game are Ryan, Skye and Priya
In BB USA, you have to rely on your ability to make alliances, win competitions and actually use strategic game moves to make it to the end. While I do enjoy watching Big Brother Australia, I don't see how this version of it is strategic at all, really? Yes, they have to do competitions to win food but that is it. ... I don't think any of them are actually 'strategic' game players and the key to winning this game seems to be likability with the public.
What about out of Lawson, Cat and Aisha?The only thing David is closet to being strategic is that he is this years housemate Nostradamus. He is the most accurate out of this years housemate to predict someone going home by nominating that person.
Week 2 - Nominated Gemma. Gemma evicted that week.
Week 3 - Nominated Dion. Dion evicted that week.
Week 4 - Nominated Jake. Jake evicted that week.
Week 5 - Nominated Jason.......... The only week his prediction didnt come true, but Jason was evicted the followinng week.
Week 6 - Nominated Jason. Jason evicted that week.
Week 7 - Nominated Marina. Marina evicted that week.
It sounds like winning BB USA is more about who is the best competitor. Would that be accurate?
BBAU is more of a popularity contest. The strategy comes into how the each housemate allows themselves to be portrayed to the viewing public, who ultimately have power over whether they stay or go. Last year's BBAU winner Tim had a clear strategy of taking the sort of calculated risks that made him really stand out against the other HMs, and while some of his ploys were extremely risky, such as putting himself up for eviction, it worked very well for him. It got him noticed and the public appreciated his audacity. Of course, it helped that he was naturally cheeky and good natured, too.
HMs who haven't prepared how to handle themselves while in the house invariably get picked off fairly quick. Tom, who was evicted last night, is a perfect example. He generally acted like a bell-end, only hung out with the boys, started fights with a house favourite and had no discernible strategy for how to make the public take notice of and like him.