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The '''aggressive competitive strategy''' sees the houseguest attempting to win most or even all competitions. These players believe the guarantee of security that comes with these powers are more important than consequently appearing threatening to other houseguests. Aggressive strategists usually employ a leader, gamer, or collaborator social strategy.
 
The '''aggressive competitive strategy''' sees the houseguest attempting to win most or even all competitions. These players believe the guarantee of security that comes with these powers are more important than consequently appearing threatening to other houseguests. Aggressive strategists usually employ a leader, gamer, or collaborator social strategy.
   
*Houseguests who have employed this strategy include [[Jase Wirey]] ([[Big Brother 5]] & [[Big Brother All-Stars|All-Stars]]), [[James Rhine]] ([[Big Brother 6]] & [[Big Brother All-Stars]]), [[Janelle Pierzina]] ([[Big Brother 6 (US)|Big Brother 6]], [[Big Brother All-Stars|All-Stars]], & [[Big Brother 14|14]]), [[Daniele Donato]] ([[Big Brother 8 (US)|Big Brother 8]] & [[Big Brother 13|13]]), '''[[Rachel Reilly]]''' ([[Big Brother 12 (US)|Big Brother 12]] & '''[[Big Brother 13|13]]'''), [[Frank Eudy]] ([[Big Brother 14 (US)|Big Brother 14]] &[[Big Brother 18| 18]]), [[Frankie Grande]], [[Donny Thompson]] and [[Caleb Reynolds]] ([[Big Brother 16 (US)|Big Brother 16]]), '''[[Nicole Franzel]]''' ([[Big Brother 16 (US)|Big Brother 16]] &[[Big Brother 18 (US)| '''18''']]), [[James Huling]] and [[Liz Nolan]] ([[Big Brother 17 (US)|Big Brother 17]]), [[Paulie Calafiore]] and [[Victor Arroyo]] ([[Big Brother 18]]), [[Cody Nickson]] and [[Paul Abrahamian]] ([[Big Brother 19]]), [[Danielle Lickey]] ([[Big Brother: Over The Top]]); [[Demetres Giannitsos]] and [[Kevin Martin|'''Kevin Martin''']] ([[Big Brother Canada 5|'''Big Brother Canada 5''']]), [[Kaela Grant]] and [[Erica Hill]] ([[Big Brother Canada 6]])
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*Houseguests who have employed this strategy include [[Jase Wirey]] ([[Big Brother 5]] & [[Big Brother All-Stars|All-Stars]]), [[James Rhine]] ([[Big Brother 6]] & [[Big Brother All-Stars]]), [[Janelle Pierzina]] ([[Big Brother 6 (US)|Big Brother 6]], [[Big Brother All-Stars|All-Stars]], & [[Big Brother 14|14]]), [[Daniele Donato]] ([[Big Brother 8 (US)|Big Brother 8]] & [[Big Brother 13|13]]), '''[[Rachel Reilly]]''' ([[Big Brother 12 (US)|Big Brother 12]] & '''[[Big Brother 13|13]]'''), [[Frank Eudy]] ([[Big Brother 14 (US)|Big Brother 14]] &[[Big Brother 18| 18]]), [[Frankie Grande]], [[Donny Thompson]] and [[Caleb Reynolds]] ([[Big Brother 16 (US)|Big Brother 16]]), '''[[Nicole Franzel]]''' ([[Big Brother 16 (US)|Big Brother 16]] &[[Big Brother 18 (US)| '''18''']]), [[Jason Roy]], [[James Huling]] and [[Liz Nolan]] ([[Big Brother 17 (US)|Big Brother 17]]), [[Paulie Calafiore]] and [[Victor Arroyo]] ([[Big Brother 18]]), [[Cody Nickson]] and [[Paul Abrahamian]] ([[Big Brother 19]]), [[Danielle Lickey]] and [[Jason Roy]] ([[Big Brother: Over The Top]]); [[Demetres Giannitsos]] and [[Kevin Martin|'''Kevin Martin''']] ([[Big Brother Canada 5|'''Big Brother Canada 5''']]), [[Kaela Grant]] and [[Erica Hill]] ([[Big Brother Canada 6]])
   
 
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This is a list of all the popular competitive strategies used to play the game of Big Brother in the United States and Canada. They work in conjuction with Social Strategies.

Aggressive

The aggressive competitive strategy sees the houseguest attempting to win most or even all competitions. These players believe the guarantee of security that comes with these powers are more important than consequently appearing threatening to other houseguests. Aggressive strategists usually employ a leader, gamer, or collaborator social strategy.

Passive

The passive competitive strategy involves intentionally losing most or all competitions in an attempt to appear as though he or she is not a threat. Sometimes, a houseguest employing the passive strategy may even throw the competitions that have no effect on the outcome of the game (e.g. food and luxury competitions) to further his or her weak persona. A passive player will typically choose a snake, floater, or collaborator social strategy.

Selective

When utilizing the selective competitive strategy, a houseguest will win only the competitions he or she deems necessary for staying in the House, many times pivotal competitions such as the Final Head of Household competition. The selective strategist worries about being evicted over appearing threatening, but believes that certain Head of Household or Power of Veto competitions are worth that risk.

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