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The winner of KSR’s Game of Thrones Death Pool is…

The dust has settled in King’s Landing. Even though Samwell Tarly’s democracy went nowhere fast, at Kentucky Sports Radio we still count the votes.

Entering the final season of Game of Thrones, the KSR crew submitted a ballot, picking who would live, who would die, who would come back to life and who would ultimately win the Game of Thrones.

After tallying the votes, it is a great pleasure that I introduce to you the next Three-Eyed Raven, King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men, the Prince that was Promised…Drew Franklin.

Maester Drew was the only person who correctly picked Bran the Broken to ultimately sit the Iron Throne (although, it kind of does not exist anymore). The three bonus points gave him an advantage over Tyler Thompson, who finished four spots behind Drew with nine correct answers. Three people — Luckett, Walker and myself — finished tied for third with eight points.

While many believed Jon Snow would live, too many put too much faith in Aegon Targaryen. We also put too much faith in the Undead. You’ll find the entire ballot below, with the correct answers highlighted in green.

Even though the series is over and Drew is the king of the KSR kingdom, we still have another episode of Kentucky Thrones Radio ready for you tomorrow afternoon. Have questions? Send them in @RoushKSR or @TJWalkerRadio.


Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

1 Comment for The winner of KSR’s Game of Thrones Death Pool is…

  1. DelrayCat
    6:09 pm May 28, 2019 Permalink

    This poll highlights one of the many missed opportunities to have one or more main characters return as undead. Highlights the shear stupidity of the whole series building up the fight versus the white walkers only to kill them completely off in about a half hour in one episode.