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The contestant then guessed whether the next card in the row was higher or lower, and continued to do so as long as he or she guessed correctly.
The first four teams to cross the moat and ring their gongs advance to the second round.
This central character is accompanied by two impostors who pretend to be the central character.
However, the hopper also contains three red balls; a team drawing one of these balls must immediately stop drawing and loses control.
If the One is correct, all Mob members that answered the question incorrectly are eliminated from further play, bringing the lone contestant closer to winning the game.
Whoever answered the most questions correctly won all the money while the other, like the rest of the contestants voted off, would leave with nothing.
The runner could bring their cart back to the team's register at any time, at which point it was exchanged for an empty cart.
On the Grand Finale, the team that wins the Final Revelation wins $100,000 for their charity in addition to all previous winnings.
The object was to score $1,000 or more without spinning the Devil; doing so won the money accumulated plus a prize package worth anywhere between $3,000 and $5,000.
If lower amounts are removed, the offers will increase; likewise if upper amounts are removed, the offers will decrease.
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If the captain chose to continue, a 'Terminator' round was played prior to the question being asked.
Contestants have three forms of answer-assistance options (two cheats and a save), each available for use once per game.
Traditionally, the contestants greet each other with a handshake before the question is read.
For the first round, the husbands are taken off the stage while the wives were asked three questions.
When the Secret Slime Action is triggered, all play stops (including the clock) while the panelist is slimed and the action revealed, after which gameplay resumes.
However, the double entendre in the question 'Johnny always put butter on his _____' marked a turning point in the questions on the show.
Although CBS investigated Larson, they determined that figuring out the patterns was not cheating and let him keep his winnings.
Contestants have two forms of help known as 'Shout-Outs' at their disposal during the game.
On the bonus spin, if the wheel lands on 5 or 15 cents, then the contestant wins an extra $10,000.
If the drop zone light stops on the trapdoor on which the affected contestant is standing, that trapdoor opens and drops the contestant three feet into a room below.

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