about the non-transferable part, although after hearing it I do remember it being read at the time.
So the assumption now is that Sarah knew exactly what she was doing and purposely played Cirie, I guess. I'm still not 100% sure since editing never gave us a clue that that's what Sarah was planning. It was a potentially brilliant move, although it could have (and still could) backfire on her. Cirie could have (should have) read the fine print and seen that Sarah was (presumably) trying to pull a fast one over on her. I wonder when she actually gave her the paper? Was it just seconds before TC, hoping she wouldn't see the fine print that way?
It could also poison the jury if Sarah now has an enemy in Cirie for having played her like that.
But it does seem like the advantages outweigh the risks, especially since it worked so beautifully. You're right -- it's quite the game cred to dupe one of the great dupers of the game. Made Cirie look like a fool, presumably dropping her in the eyes of the jury and raising Sarah's cred in the process. It made for great (albeit confusing) TV too. Especially after Cirie boasted to the camera just before TC with her "Could I really pull this move off?" line. Hehe.
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