Libertine Seguros said:
While I consider Pampeago to be more his terrain than Stelvio, he is only 3 minutes back, so while he may not be a threat to win the Giro himself, he could certainly be a threat to kill somebody else's chances. And if all goes his way, he could finish on the podium.
Oh, I quite agree that he can still make the podium. As can Uran. I don't think that any of the top 4 can be entirely trusted not to crack badly at some point.
I just don't think it's likely that all 4 (or all 5 including Uran, I don't think that we really have to consider Intxausti in this context) of the men above are likely to blow it, which is what he'd need to actually win. There are too many of them.
My dream, just about still conceivable, even though very unlikely, podium would be JRod, Hesjedal, Pozzovivo, with Uran in fourth. In reality, I still rate Basso as the favourite, even though I expected him and Scarponi to be more clearly in command at this point.