The Traitors winner Harry Clark reveals what his secret strategy to win the show was as he admits he thinks he has ‘psychopathic’ traits

The Traitors winner Harry Clark has opened up about his trategy to win the BBC gameshome after he took home the £95,150 during last week’s finale.

During an appearance on Tuesday’s BBC Breakfast, Harry, 23, told the show’s hosts about how he clawed his way to the final as the self-professed ‘best Traitor ever’.

Harry admitted he thinks he is a ‘bit of a psycho’ because he was able to lie to everyone – including himself – about his true identity in the game.

He said: ‘Maybe I’m a bit of a psycho because I’d tell myself, you’re not doing anything wrong – you’re a faithful anyway. 

‘So I’d convince myself I was a faithful, but at the end of the day I’m a gamemaster who had to murder someone to keep the game going. 

The Traitors winner Harry Clark has opened up about his trategy to win the BBC gameshome after he took home the £95,150 during last week’s finale

Harry admitted he thinks he is a 'bit of a psycho' because he was able to lie to everyone - including himself - about his true identity in the game (pictured on the show)

Harry admitted he thinks he is a ‘bit of a psycho’ because he was able to lie to everyone – including himself – about his true identity in the game (pictured on the show)

‘I was an open book, who was a faithful, I still believe I’m a faithful now. Which is probably some traits of a psycho. 

‘I fully believed the lie. The best way to tell a lie is with a little bit of truth in it. So if there’s a little bit of truth, you can turn the lie into a truth and then it’s not really a lie.’

Harry, who is in a relationship with children’s TV presenter Anna Maynard, also revealed that telling ‘little white lies’ as a child stood him in good stead to triumph.

The British Army engineer, from Slough in Berkshire, deceived disability model Mollie Pearce, 21, into thinking he was a fellow Faithful when he was really a Traitor.

The dramatic series finale, which also saw Faithful veterinary nurse Evie, Traitor insurance broker Andrew and Faithful account manager Jaz all banished, had an average audience of 5.5 million, soaring past last year’s average of 3.3 million.

Harry said: ‘I never thought I had a poker face, because my family and my mum and my dad know when I’m lying.

‘They would ask me ‘How many beers did you have?’ ‘Oh, I only had two.’ ‘No, you didn’t, you had a few more than two.’

‘So I was always lying as a kid. But not in a bad way, just little white lies.

During an appearance on Tuesday's BBC Breakfast , Harry, 23, told the show's hosts about how he clawed his way to the final as the self-professed 'best Traitor ever'

During an appearance on Tuesday’s BBC Breakfast , Harry, 23, told the show’s hosts about how he clawed his way to the final as the self-professed ‘best Traitor ever’

He said: 'Maybe I'm a bit of a psycho because I'd tell myself, you're not doing anything wrong - you're a faithful anyway'

He said: ‘Maybe I’m a bit of a psycho because I’d tell myself, you’re not doing anything wrong – you’re a faithful anyway’

Harry also revealed that telling 'little white lies' as a child stood him in good stead to triumph on the show

Harry also revealed that telling ‘little white lies’ as a child stood him in good stead to triumph on the show

The British Army engineer, from Slough in Berkshire, deceived disability model Mollie Pearce, 21, into thinking he was a fellow Faithful when he was really a Traitor

The British Army engineer, from Slough in Berkshire, deceived disability model Mollie Pearce, 21, into thinking he was a fellow Faithful when he was really a Traitor

‘I’ve got so many brothers and sisters I always had to sort of get ahead. But I never knew I could do that, to be honest.’

Harry, who has three sisters and two brothers, revealed he only received the prize money on Monday, when a bank transfer notification popped up on his phone.

He said: ‘I was just screaming in the back of the Uber, I just can’t believe it, just because then it made it feel so real as well.’

Asked how he held his nerve to betray Mollie in the final minutes of the show to take the money, he said: ‘In that moment I’ve come this far as a Traitor.

‘I can’t just turn around now and be like ‘I am one and give up on the game’, because I’ve done so much to get to that point. Why would I have just thrown it all down the drain there?

‘Mollie’s been amazing, she’s given me that reassurance that it’s just a game and, like, you played it so much better … She believes I played it so much better than her and I deserved it.’

Harry is in a relationship with children's TV presenter Anna Maynard (pictured together leaving BBC studios on Tuesday)

Harry is in a relationship with children’s TV presenter Anna Maynard (pictured together leaving BBC studios on Tuesday)

Harry said: 'I never thought I had a poker face, because my family and my mum and my dad know when I'm lying'

Harry said: ‘I never thought I had a poker face, because my family and my mum and my dad know when I’m lying’

Harry, who has been boxing as an amateur for years, is now keen for the chance to get in the ring for a celebrity fight.

He said: ‘I would love that thing. That would be amazing. It would just be wicked to see how I fare against them guys.

‘I’ve boxed my whole life. So it’d be a good challenge for them, I think, not bigging myself up.

‘Taking the boxing back to the game, I think that helped massively.

‘My granddad always brought me up as a gentleman. But he always said ‘You’re a gentleman outside the ring and then, as soon as you get in there, you have to turn into something you’re not.’

‘When I was in the game I believe I was a gentleman through the day and a Faithful, and I had to turn into something I’m not just for a little while, just to get me to the end and win the money.’

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