Chris Hammons is one of the castaways that got eliminated in last week's back-to-back episodes of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X. As usual, his elimination came from another blindside vote, to which the contestant has a lot to say about.
In an interview with People, Hammons candidly answered questions about the events that led to him being casted out of the tribe. When the 38-year-old lawyer was asked about Zeke and his 'betrayal,' he candidly answered the questions.
"Zeke and Hannah changed the game for me for sure. If they'd stayed true to what we were going to do, Jess would have gone home," Chris commented about the millennials' sudden flipping of sides.
The Oklahoma native believed that Zeke made a mistake of voting him out. He mentioned that if he was not eliminated, he would have run the entire game along with Zeke.
On the other hand, Hammons also understood that Zeke was playing the game of Survivor. He believes that the millennial is a good player.
However, Chris also acknowledged that there is a bigger player in the game than Zeke. For the imposing man, Dave is the one pulling the strings, especially when he was voted out off the island.
"Dave formed that relationship with Zeke and Dave put himself in the position to get in between Zeke and I," Hammons asserted. "Zeke's the one who backstabbed me the most, but Dave set it up and Dave's the one who was pulling all the strings."
After Chris was eliminated, the second episode of the week showed the most exciting tribal council to date. People were whispering. Someone was bluffing. An immunity idol was played. And the elimination led to drawing rocks, and Jess was the unfortunate casualty, according to CBS.
In the next episode of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X it seems that another castaway will join Dave's fold. Will tells Dave that he is ready to play the game. Will this lead to a stronger alliance for Dave, or is the high school student just bluffing.
Watch the next episode of Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X on Wednesday night on CBS.