Adam Klein, a Super Fan of the game since age 9, is about to witness the Survivor merge.

Adam is a 25-year-old strategic planner and manager for a non-profit homeless shelter from San Francisco, CA. Before entering Survivor, Adam said his fellow competitors wouldn't know the power of his punch "until they are already knocked out."

Adam considers himself a well-rounded player since he's social, strategic and can at least hold his own in challenges. He's currently got a leg up on the competition because he has a hidden Immunity Idol going into the merge.

Want to learn more about Adam?

Below is a list of 9 facts Reality TV World has compiled about Adam Klein:

- When Adam volunteered as chairman of a Relay For Life event, he helped raise over $135,000 for cancer research and it grew in size from about 10 youth participants to over 500.

- He can relate to Survivor: Blood vs. Water castaway Hayden Moss' "never-say-die nature and social finesse."

- The castaway loves board games, traveling and poker. During school, he was ironically both homecoming king and student body president.

- Adam's grandmother survived Auschwitz and his mother Susie was fighting Stage 4 lung cancer while he was filming Survivor this past spring, causing Adam to note that his "biggest dream" of playing Survivor was coming true at the same time that his "worst nightmare" was unfolding at home. Sadly, Susie lost her cancer battle on May 14 only days after Adam returned home from filming Survivor.

- Adam describes himself as intelligent, confident, personable, charming and energetic.

- He considered himself the smartest Survivor castaway this season. Adam graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Stanford University and was voted "Biggest Nerd" in high school.

- Adam would compare himself to former Survivor castaway Spencer Bledsoe (Cagayan and Cambodia), claiming they can easily play up to older players' egos and are both strategic thinkers who tend to be underestimated in the game.

- Adam tried to get on Survivor for three years, and his third time applying did the trick. He told Parade he almost got on the Blood vs. Water season with his mom.
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- He hates bullies, long lines, smokers and mustaches. He actually despises mustaches with "a fiery passion."
About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.