Who Will Win Top Chef Seattle? (One lucky guesser will win $100.)

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It’s getting down to the wire, folks.

THE Top Chef will be crowned soon. Well, not really, really soon, but soon enough.

We’re down to the Final Four, after all. Only, it’s not that simple, since the creative people over at Bravo have tossed in Last Chance Kitchen and Save-A-Chef, too.

So, here’s the scoop, for those that aren’t following Top Chef super closely, but still want to play along and do some guessing. There are four chefs left that have not been asked to pack up their knives and go at any point yet. Those chefs are Lizzie, Sheldon, Brooke and Josh.

Got that?

Okay, then we have something called Last Chance Kitchen. This is where the person who just got kicked off Top Chef gets to compete in a fast competition, which can only be viewed on-line and immediately after Top Chef, with the reigning victor of Last Chance Kitchen. This week, Kristen, who had won the week prior by beating CJ and was the reigning victor, battled Stefan, who had just been ousted this week on Top Chef.

So, we have Josh, Sheldon, Brooke, Lizzie and Kristen as possible winners of the Top Chef crown, in addition to the two guys battling it out in the Save-A-Chef competition, which is a voting process that goes on during the week on Twitter. That competition is between the two last people to lose in Last Chance Kitchen, which would be Stefan and CJ. The person who ultimately is saved via Twitter during the Save-A-Chef competition has another opportunity to compete in Last Chance Kitchen to get back into the show at the end. This is why you will see tweets like #savechefcj or #savechefstefan. The hashtags count as votes. Their fans are trying to keep them in the game.

So, the list of potential winners of the title of Top Chef include Brooke, Sheldon, Josh, Lizzie, as well as Kristen, CJ and Stefan. So, though we are down to the “final four”, any one of these 7 people could be crowned Top Chef. (There is still lots of cooking to do, people! Don’t put your fork down just yet!)

I thought it would be fun to have a guessing game to see which one of you pick the winner of the entire competition. I have put together some facts about each chef below, so that people who don’t even watch the show at all can make an educated guess. This contest will run until Wednesday, February 6th, at 5:00 p.m. central. Then, when the show is over, I will pick a winner using the Rafflecopter form. The first name the Rafflecopter picks won’t be declared the winner unless that person guessed the winner of Top Chef correctly, of course.

The prize?

$100.

I know that won’t buy you the new shoes you were coveting at Kohl’s (okay, it totally will), but, hey, it’s $100. I’d love someone to give me $100 for guessing something right, especially if I didn’t have to pay anything to enter! Can I get an Amen?

Amen!

(I gave myself my own “Amen”.)

Below each name will be the total number of wins, which were calculated by adding the number of times that person was in the top group of the Quickfire Challenges, number of times that person won an individual Quickfire and/or Elimination Challenge, the number of times that person was on the winning team of an Elimination Challenge and, if applicable, number of times that person won on Last Chance Kitchen. If you want any contestant’s actual numbers, I can give them to you. You can just ask for them in the comments. For easier reading, I included the total number of “wins” under each chef’s picture and whether or not they won any individual tasks.

Total Number of Wins = 8
(Individual winner of 1 Quickfire Challenge and 3 Elimination Challenges)

 
 

Total Number of Wins = 7
(Individual winner of 0 Quickfire Challenges and 1 Elimination Challenge)

Total Number of Wins = 6
(Individual winner of 1 Quickfire Challenge and 1 Elimination Challenge)

Total Number of Wins = 3
(Individual winner of 0 Quickfire Challenges and 0 Elimination Challenges)

Total Number of Wins = 10
(Individual wins include 1 Quickfire Challenges and 4 Elimination Challenges)



Total Number of Wins = 6
(Individual wins include 1 Quickfire Challenge and 0 Elimination Challenges)



Total Number of Wins = 8
(Individual wins include 1 Quickfire Challenge and 0 Elimination Challenges)
*Update: That man is 6 ft. 8 in. tall!!*
So, which one do you think it will be?
Vote using the Rafflecopter below! Remember one lucky guesser will receive $100!

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