High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are Charlotte and her father, David. Will they take away the top prize?
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Two contestants will throw away 23 envelopes. �500! And will be left
with just one... He will secret fortune tonight is... Tonight,
Charlotte and David are trying to hold on to that �100,000 as they
Hello and welcome to The National Lottery: Secret Fortune, with your
Gosh! Thank you very much. Hello and welcome to Secret Fortune. We
have players facing 24 envelopes and what they are looking for is
the one containing their secret fortune. It could be anything from
�100 right up to �100,000! It is here and waiting to be won tonight
by Charlotte and David, from Yorkshire!
Lovely to see you. Welcome. Let's find out straight away, what is the
relationship between you two? father and daughter. You rang in
and said you wanted to come and play. Yes. And you thought, go with
dad? Yes. He has a lot of brains! But there must be a strong
relationship between the two. He is not just my dad. He has one
of my best friends. I am not shy to say that. We have lots of hobbies
and interests together. We both love music. One band being Queen.
Love them. Best band in the world! We like to do lots of covers.
you give us a quick burst? Unfortunately, I had tonsilitis not
long ago! A good thing to say on national television! It is a good
thing you're here tonight because you know you will be leaving with
some money, but you don't know how much. Your secret fortune is
sitting here in one of these envelopes. They contain between
�100 and �100,000. Let's take a look at the money. Now, if you
walked out of here with �20,000, �10,000 each, what does that do for
you? For me, again, because I love singing, I would love to have my
own recording equipment, and hopefully create some PA system so
I could go into pubs and clubs and sing. �50,000, David? Big change.
Me and my wife are both 50 in the same year. 30 years together. So
some partying to do! We would love to buy a motor home that you can
drive away, but we figure you could drive away for long periods. So I
fancy something like that. But there is a bigger goal with a
bigger figure, if you like. Linked to that. There is a bigger
figure, �100,000 up there. If you split that between you, where does
the money go? The big picture for me and my wife was, we didn't go to
university, so we never got a chance to have a year abroad. So we
figure, buy the motor home and go to Europe for a year and just tour
around. And that is our desire. What about you? Charlotte, what do
you do? That is a dream for me. I would love to run my own business
because my father does and I look up to him for that. I would love to
run a florist shop. So this could be life-changing. Absolutely.
envelopes contain one of these amounts at random. These are the
numbers arriving behind me. Let's put these away. The next time you
see one is when you bring it back into play. Most digital viewers can
play at home. Just press the Red Button. Good luck. The first thing
you are going to do is choose four envelopes. Fire away. Can I have
number seven, please? And 15. double the seven and go for 14 and
the top, 24. Remember, inside each envelope is one of those cash
amounts. Or you have to do is keep the MLA that contains the most
money. -- all you have to do is keep the envelope. The question
refers to new cars only. You have four a possible answers and they
I do not know what is in the four envelopes but the computer does and
it is allocating the one containing the most money to the biggest
selling car and the second largest amount is with the second biggest,
and so on. Which one would you like to lose first? Are I think what we
The money hatchback, I don't think we have seen that many are on the
road. -- the Mini. Massively popular. The Ford Fiesta... And not
everybody's cup of tea. None of them is desirably glamourous!
Apologies to anybody who has got one! Let's start with something
like the Vauxhall or the Ford. want to get rid of the Ford Fiesta?
Envelope number 15. Let's get started. Your secret fortune is
not... �30,000. Wow! Big one. Popular car. Not a big one. But
there it goes. To be honest, you might have chosen four envelopes
with a high around in. Has that affected the way you were thinking
on this question? No. I still think the Gulf. Would you say we agree on
getting rid of the Vauxhall? I am happy with that because they have
to go. A bloke number seven. -- envelope. Your secret fortune is
not... �4,000. I am drawn towards the Box Garden
because they are popular and you see a lot of them. -- the
Volkswagen Golf. Envelope number 14. Your secret fortune is not...
He so you are left with an envelope number 24. If it is the top answer,
what does that tell you about what is in this envelope? Is it tells us
a lot! Is as basic you got to be more than 30,000, hasn't it? -- it
has basically got to be. Was in the Volkswagen Golf? Wow! Yes. There
you go. Here is the order of the And then at number 24 could be your
secret fortune tonight. -- envelope. Let's choose four more and go to
question number two. A could we have a number one, No. 12. Could I
You would put your make-up on before you went on stage. Yes.
light the lights because otherwise you with fall on the stage. You
would raise the curtain, otherwise you would be Eric Morecambe! And
then you meet the Muppets last. I would say so. Can we please get
rid of meet the Muppets as a starter. The certainly can. Your
secret fortune is not... �22,000. Big ones. These are big. What is
interesting about that is that you could still be right. I say it
raised the curtain. Yes. We want to keep "put on make-up". So, raised
the curtain. Envelope number one. Your secret fortune is not...
He two left, one to keep and one to throw away. I honestly think but on
the make-up. I think so. We would like to get rid of a light the
lights. Lovely. Number 12. Your secret fortune is not... �25,000.
Wow! It one. Wow! That is really interesting, isn't it? What was the
most you threw away men? Twenty- five on that one. So, once again,
if you are right about "put on make-up" you know this envelope
will have a large amount of money. So, computer, was it number eight?
Wow. For you at home, here is the A you will find out what is in this
envelope before the end of the show. Envelope number eight could be your
secret fortune tonight. OK, let's pick four more numbers. I am going
to pick a number two. That is the date my nephew was born on. So
hopefully a bit of good luck. And 11. David? I think we will go with
Number 10, please. And up to 21. The thing about it, they are all...
You know, big names. Is there anything shouting at you? Well,
Nelson Mandela. For me personally, Bill Clinton should go. Would you
like to eliminate that one? Yes. sounds kind of weird saying that
out loud. I would like to eliminate Bill Clinton! Your secret fortune
is not... �100,000! There's other one's there. I'm afraid that cheque
for �100,000 has to go in the bin. Tough, that. But again, some other
big numbers there. What would you be happy to get rid of next?
think... Either Bill Gates or the Pope, because I still feel Mandela
is the strongest answer we have still got. We will go with the Pope
first. A man at Number 11. It is a tough one, this. Your secret
fortune is not... �20,000. Ooh! This is proving to be an expensive
round, isn't it? Yes. We have picked some big amounts there.
The question is, how big? I think my gut feeling... Stick to what we
said. He even though it is not the top answer, but feeling. We will
stick with Mandela being awarded it earlier. We will go with Bill Gates
as our next elimination, please. Hmm... Your secret fortune is not...
It was a lucky number in the end. It was. That's great because the
�100 disappears, and the minimum you could go home tonight with is
�500. All you're left now is Nelson Mandela. We know it's not the top
answer. It can't possibly be the top answer. Let's just get the
computer to confirm what the top answer was. It was, of course, Bill
Clinton. Here for you at home is the correct order of all four
answers, but no way of knowing whether that's the second top
answer, so it could be anywhere in between all the way down to the
�500. Definitely. Envelope ten could be your secret fortune
I think you two have done very well, actually, because that was a tough
old round. Let's just press on and choose four more envelopes and
choose another question. I'll have number three, please. Number three.
And number four. Number four. The computer is allocating the
envelope containing the most money to the fan of the most successful
team and so on through all four answers, so what do you make of
this? Football is a complete no-no for me. I have never, ever been
interested, unfortunately. I think what we've got to do here is
eliminate the ones that we think we're going to and hope we're
somewhere in the middle with the rest. I think Noel Gallagher being
a Mancunian, it's got to be City. That's a big team. Now it is. City
has been, you know, in the lower leagues for as long as I've - so
shall we go... Would you like to eliminate that one? Noel Gallagher
as a City supporter, please? Envelope three. Your secret fortune
That's good. That's good. Four, 19 and 22 - you need to get rid of
another one. I like the thought process Alan Sugar would like a
small team because you kind of get that vibe from him. Is he an East
End boy? Would it be the Hammers? am trying to think. What's the
smaller London clubs. Eliminate things like Chelsea, Arsenal.
He's a QPR fan, isn't he? I don't know.
LAUGHTER Let's keep Sugar for a minute and
eliminate one of those. Piers Morgan, I - just because. We have
to get rid of two... So if we could get rid of him for the next one.
Getting rid of Piers Morgan, envelope 22. Your secret fortune
�75,000 CROWD: Ahh! Amazing. goodness. Right. Well, that's the
top answer. It is the top answer, and it's in the bin. It's in the
bin. OK. It's damage limitation now, so I think we need to just I think
go with Russell Brand on this one as our next elimination, please.
Russell Brand is going, envelope 19. I can tell you, he's a West Ham
supporter. Oh, is he? Your secret fortune tonight will not be: �8,000.
APPLAUSE Which leaves you with envelope
number four, and Alan Sugar. Remind us, computer, which was the top
answer. Piers Morgan, an Arsenal supporter. For you at home, here's
the correct order of all four answers. Yes, once again you have
an envelope which it's almost impossible to tell what's in it.
Yeah. But envelope four could be your secret fortune tonight. I
think, given the way this has gone, let's take a look at the money,
shall we, and see where we are. It's a kind of 50/50 board. You
have lost as many from the left as the right. The difficulty is you
have lost the 175 at the top but still in the middle is the 50 and
40,000. They're good sums of money. Let's clear that to the side and
have a look. I need four more envelopes, please. Number 16,
please. Number 16. And number nine, please. Number nine. Let's go for
17... Number 17. And 23, please. Computer, please allocate the
envelopes to the answers. What do you feel? Well, captain is still on
the ship, isn't he? A commander - not sure. Commodore, sounds like an
office job. LAUGHTER
Rear admiral... You have admiral, which is big. I originally went to
captain as the minimum. I think so as well. I think we should get rid
of that one. Eliminate captain as the first choice. I think so.
Envelope 17. Your secret fortune tonight will not be: �6,000.
That is better, isn't it? Yes. next? Rear admiral, we need to keep
that. Really? Yeah. I think you're right, because did word "admiral"
just dictates it's important. think we should get rid of
commodore. Yeah, commodore would be our next choice, please. Commodore.
Thank you very much. Your secret fortune tonight will not be:
�14,000. Right. APPLAUSE
That's fine. That's fine. Fine. Well, that seemed all right, didn't
it? You'd kind of reasoned your way to which one you were going to keep,
didn't you? Yeah, we did. Eliminate commander as our next option.
you very much. Envelope 23 has been eliminated and thrown in the bin.
Your secret fortune tonight will not be: � 500.
Very well done. Yeah. So the minimum you could go home with
tonight is �2,000. That's really good news, isn't it? Fantastic.
What was the most you threw away in that round? I think it was 14.
�14,000. So computer, which of Yes!
LAUGHTER For you at home, here's the correct
order of all four answer. As a result, you have the top answer
there, which means in this envelope is more than... 14, yeah.
Envelope 16 could be your secret There are only four envelopes left,
so let's bring them into play - Which of these legendary BBC TV
anchors read the news for the Computer, please allocate the
envelopes to the answers. What do you think? I don't recognise the
name Martin Lewis. Michael Buerk I recognise. Stuart I recognise from
Radio Two. Angela Rippon is one to keep. Really? I think so. I don't
think she has been in that role for a long time. I think she's
potentially one of the least. get rid of Angela. Let's get rid of
her simply because I can't remember her being on the news for many
years. Lovely, envelope five. Your secret fortune tonight will not be:
� 2,000. Good. APPLAUSE
Right. Where do we go now? Moira Stuart, Michael Buerk, two
favourites for us. I think we should eliminate Martyn Lewis
because we have no connection with him or no evidence, so we'd like to
get rid of him. Lovely. Thank you. Your secret fortune tonight will
not be: �10,000. APPLAUSE
That's all right. That's all right. I personally want to keep Michael,
but I - then we'd want to get rid of Moira. They're both big names,
and I think they've both done it for almost equal time, so it's a
50/50 flick. Can we eliminate Moira Stuart, please. Envelope six, Moira
Stuart. Thank you very much. Your secret fortune tonight will not be:
That's all right. Good. Not bad. It's not wonderful, but it's not
the worst thing that could have happened there, and you're left
with envelope 18 and the answer Michael Buerk. Now, the other
interesting thing about this point is if you're right and you have the
top answer, this is worth more than �18,000, which means it must be one
of two amounts, yes? Let's find out. Computer, what was the top answer?
Ah, it was Moira Stuart. For you at home, here is the correct order for
all four answers. Out of a matter of interest, Moira Stuart read the
news for 26 years. Wow. Anyway, envelope 18 could be your
secret fortune tonight. Right. Now, then, when you started,
you had 24 envelopes. You now have six contains �5,000, �7,000,
�12,000, �16,000, �40,000 and still there in one of those envelopes is
That's a good deal. Thank you. of those amounts will be your
secret fortune. You've picked your numbers, and we know that you've
picked your numbers at home. Grab your lottery tickets. It's time to
go over to lottery HQ for the Thunderball draw. See you in a
Yes, 18 minutes to 9.00pm. Welcome to lottery HQ. Here is the stunning
Myleene Klass. You're stunning, Alan. What a tough game it has been
so far for Charlotte and David. I am just glad they have managed to
hold on to some big sums of money. Speaking of big money, we've got
your chance to win big at home. In a moment we'll have Thunderball. A
little later, we have the big Thunderball draw which tonight
boasts a double rollover jackpot, but first, voting is now over for
the finalists from this year's National Lottery Awards, the annual
search for the lottery's favourite funded projects. Over the coming
weeks we'll show you the finalists that need your vote. Anyone can
cast a vote. It's quick and easy. That's what you always say. We
showed you the Heritage finalists, and tonight is the health category,
which aims to promote our physical, mental and health well being. Here
When I was 12 years old, I was bullied at school. That's where it
all started from. I wanted to help young people who were both
vulnerable and abused, not only by bullies but also at home. Young
people realised bullying was a major issues, but what they were
more worried about was staying fit and healthy. The Be Healthy
programme is helpful because it takes them through a step process,
eating healthily, staying within a budget and how to tackle obesity
and exercise. I am now the lead Be Healthy trainer teaching other
young people, and I go out into youth clubs, communities. We go to
cafes as well. It feels great to see young people improving their
health. It's great that we have had the funding from the lottery to
fund this project. Looking at Lea and Luke and myself and how much
it's helped us and how much we've achieved because of this funding -
they helped me to build my life up and realise I can do something
different. It is changing the lives of young people, from it being one
young person to 1,500 every year A very nice. We will be showing you
the other two members of the category and telling you how you
can vote. Right now, it is time to find out if Lady Luck has voted for
you tonight. It is time for would. Said appals number two was
chosen at randomly with the machine Excalibur. -- set of balls. Good
luck to you all. Here we go. The first one, 28. We're onto a good
start. Next up... Which is it to be? The 39 balls to pick from in
this machine. Three opportunities each week to play the game.
Wednesdays, Fridays and of course, Saturdays. The last ball from this
first machine is next. OK, get that second machine moving now, Julie.
If you have matched with all v numbers so far, you are just one
number of way from winning Thunderball's top prize of half a
million pounds. There is also a cash prize for matching the
Thunderball on its own. Just one away! Watched closely! Here are
tonight's Thunderball numbers again in descending order. -- ascending
order. Thank you. That is it for the moment but we will be back very
soon with the lottery draw and a final two projects in this year's
National Lottery Awards, with details of how to vote. First, I am
going to check if Alan has some stunning shoes on! Back to Secret
Welcome back to Secret Fortune. Charlotte and David have envelopes
in front of them containing these De you have any idea where but the
money is? I have lost track. We are going to take those envelopes over
and give them a shuffle. You have worked really hard to keep these
envelopes in play but over the next five questions, you are going to
throw away five until you are left with the one which will be your
secret fortune. Let's see the question. Remember, from here on
incoming you can only throw away one envelope for each question, and
here are the answers. -- from here on in, you can only throw away. Six
islands and six amounts. The computer has given the lowest
amount of money to the smallest island. Give me the smallest island
and the amount of money goes in the bin. Give me the biggest and
�50,000 goes into the bin. What is it going to be? Cuba, quite a big
island. Madagascar sounds small. Yeah, I was drawn to Madagascar.
think Iceland, Ireland are pretty round. I think Madagascar could be
the one. If we talk ourselves out of it we are going to kick
ourselves. So, the answer is...? Madagascar. I had an inkling on
Number 10. Sir when I asked the computer, we don't want to see
16. I will reveal what is inside it and it goes in the bin. Your secret
fortune tonight will not be... �50,000. A oh! The art is amazing.
I am afraid that goes in the bin. Let's have a look at the correct
order and C why that is the case. Madagascar by far and away the
largest. The smallest watch for Lanka. It is done and gone, no
point in looking at it now. -- the smallest was re Lanka. -- Sri Lanka.
If hmm... I love Brian Reynolds. He did really well. Gemma Clarke said
to him, you are not only good- looking, but you are a good driver.
And I think Tom Cruise is out there as well. You think he did well? I
have think if we say Matt Le Blanc, that is in the middle. Which
envelope do you not want to see? 10! Oh, my God! Would you pass me
envelopeNumber 10, please? Your secret fortune tonight will not
be... �40,000. A oh, my God! Or what are we like?! I don't think I
have seen the top two amounts go in the first two questions. Let's look
at the order and C why that is the Let's take a look at the next
He did's think of the US Open. Golf is a very old game. -- let's think.
I think snooker is older than football as a world thing. I am
happy to go with snooker, if you want. I agree with you. I think
snooker is the one we are happiest with. Computer, please tell us
which envelopeis attached to the Your secret fortune tonight will
not be... �7,000. That's fine! That's fine! And nice to see one go
from the left-hand side of the screen. Let's have a look at the
order. The World Cup was the one you were looking for. You were
right to keep away from the other one. From the start, you have been
really positive. �16,000 means �8,000 each. He it would be
fantastic. It would allow us to do all sorts of things. Me and my wife
are both 50 next year, and war we used to do when the children were
younger was have extended holidays. -- what we used to do. A figure
like that would mean we could join the rest of the family and they
could join us if they wanted to and we could celebrate in style. That
sounds like a great thing to do with the money. Here's the next
I think Julie Andrews might be the first... She's a big name but she
came away from the limelight and went back in. Yes, she had that
throat problem. I don't recall Julie Andrews becoming a game. I do
recall Judi Dench. And Maggie Smith, I have no recollection at all. It
is in the memory bank. They don't go back that far! I am happy to go
with that. I think we are both agreeing we would like to go with
Dame Judi Dench. Computer, please tell us which envelope number is
attached to Dame Judi Dench. Envelope number 18. A bank you!
thank you. Your secret fortune tonight will not be... �16,000!
what does that tell you? Well, to be fair, it tells made the only way
you're taking that home is if you empty the bins! That was tough!
Let's look at the correct order. There it is at the top. She was the
one you were looking for. So we have two envelopes left. One will
be your secret fortune. Very soon, we will find out which one it is
going to be. But now we go over to Lottery HQ. Maybe you will be lucky.
I can't believe they have lost all that money. They could still enjoy
a great birthday bash with that 12 grand, though, so not too bad.
Here's hoping, and you at home could be enjoying some pretty big
celebrations with a win on tonight's double Lotto rollover
draw, just moments away. First, though, it's time to show you the
remaining two finalists short listed in the health category in
this year's National Lottery Awards. First up, it's Bionic Ear Show.
It's a show about how hearing works, so people can understand what they
need to do to protect it. It also gives an insight into what people
go through when something goes wrong with their hearing or their
hearing breaks down. Most people know they have an eardrum and canal,
but beyond that people are quite unknowledgeable, so we fill in that
gap. One of my sons has problems with his hearing, so it was quite
interesting to me to be able to sit and see what it was and where it
actually went because although the surgeon explained it's all a bit of
a whirlwind at the time, but I think actually, education for all
there - that wasn't just the children that were involved. All
the adults in the room were quite fascinated. Without this National
Lottery funding, we wouldn't be able to take this show across the
country. We as a team don't have a doubt that the show is really
changing people's lives. If we didn't have lottery funding,
there's 70-odd-thousand people out there who would not know how
important their hearing was. There would be people out there with ear
infections thinking it will just go away, not realising they're going
deaf by their own inaction and lack of knowledge, so we are making a
huge definitive difference the people's lives.
APPLAUSE Great work there. Now, we'll be
giving details of how to work for your favourite project after we
have shown you the final film, which is Bogside and Brandwell
Health Forum. When my dad retired at 65, I don't
know what to do with myself. Couch potato. He stayed home. He weighed
nearly 16 stone, suffered a bout of depression. I have a back problem
as well, so my mobility is kind of affected. I had a triple bypass
almost three years ago. I could hardly walk to the front door
without having to stop. I felt terrible. What am I going to do,
you know? What sort of outlook have I got? The centres engage older
people in physical activity. It's about coming along here. It's about
meeting different people and taking part in activity that you thought
that was past you by 20 or 30 years. If somebody had said to me six
months ago, you have a boat out there - I would say, no, not me.
It's somebody else. I would never do that. Exercise and health
programmes are worth their weight in gold in terms of the health
impact they can make on individuals no matter what their health
condition. It's done so much for me. The last time I was 12 stone was
when I got married. I am 64. I feel a bit 34. I have changeded my life.
I lost two-and-a-half stone. wasn't able to give up playing with
my grandchildren. I'll wait a wee bit longer to enjoy my life.
Looking good. There you have it. You have shown you all the projects
in the category of Health. It's up Next week we'll showcase the three
finalists for the sports category. But before you go anywhere, let's
bring you tonight's Lotto big jackpot tonight? Mighty Myleene,
tonight's rollover jackpot has been estimated at - get this - �11.3
million. I am getting it. Take it away. Release those balls, please.
We're using Guinevere and set of balls number seven. There were
still hundreds of thousands of Viners last time. Congratulations
if you were a lucky mid-week winner. Myleene. Julie, is Guinevere ready?
Apology for the loss of subtitles for 56 seconds
from us here. Diane Borg is back Wednesday night with the midweek
draws. Matt Johnson is here Friday for a special Euro millions night
where the jackpot will be an estimated - get this - �80 million.
It's OJ Saturday on the weekend with the National Lottery Awards in
the sports category. That's at 8.05pm. Alan will bring you the
results of the Lotto rollover - he's getting ready - after Nick and
Secret Fortune. We'll see you after Welcome back to Secret Fortune
where Charlotte and David now just have two envelopes in front of them.
One contains �5,000. The other contains �12,000. Let's find out
what the deciding question is, You like your music? Yes. Yes.
Remember, the computer has allocated the song that has topped
the charts for the fewest weeks to the smallest amount of money. Give
me the correct answer, and I put the �5,000 in the bin. What do you
think? Yeah. I think Love is All Around was Wet, Wet Wet, was it?
think so. A UK band - Whitney Houston, I Will Always Love You. Am
I right there? Yeah. It's Body Guard, isn't it? A massive - I
don't know. Listen. If you are happy... I'm happy. Let's just go
with I Will Always Love You - because I will always love you,
whatever happens. AUDIENCE: Ahh. I think that's the
one we need to keep definitely. Love is All Around. Thank you,
Charlotte. Thank you, David. Love is All Around. OK. You have no idea
which way around the amounts are in the envelopes. Computer will, you
please tell us which envelope is attached to the answer Love Is All
Around - envelope four. Four. That's the last envelope you will
throw away tonight, which means that envelope eight is your secret
fortune. Would you like to pick it up and come with me? Oh. Oh. Yeah.
Smashing. Now, envelope four is at this stage redundant and of no
interest because what we're all really interested in is how much
you're taking home. Yeah. I hope this is the �12,000 because that's
one of the worst runs I have seen of luck in a final so far. Your
�5,000. Ahh. Never mind. Let's have a look inside here -
inside every envelope is a cheque and has been with your names on, so
here is a cheque made out to the two of you for �5,000. Who would
like that? Charlotte can. You can take that. You hang on to the
envelope. There are a couple of things we need to clear up, OK? So
the difference between Love is All Around and Wet Wet Wet and Whitney
Houston's I Will Always Love You - five weeks to difference. It was a
tough one. They were both at number one for a long time. The other
thing is all envelopes we open during the course of the show, so
here, of course, is the �12,000. Have you enjoyed yourselves at
least? Absolutely brilliant. It has been brilliant, the whole
experience - meeting everybody - it has been fabulous. Well, that is
�5,000 of real money which is yours and you're taking away. Ladies and
gentlemen, they have been fantastic contestants, haven't they?
APPLAUSE Charlotte and David are leaving
with �5,000. Join us again next week when two more people will be
discovering their secret fortune. Good night.
APPLAUSE Oh, that was a hard game for
High-tension quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. Playing for a Secret Fortune in this episode are Charlotte and her father, David. They could walk away with as little as £100 or as much as £100,000. Will the generation gap be an advantage as they play for the top prize?
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