Here's a fantastic view of the Wheel (with a possible top value of $150,000 in Chilean pesos), the contestant podiums, a taste of what the Bonus Wheel looks like, and the audience area. All we need now is a look at the Puzzle Board. Even so, it's clear that many of the elements here are Chile's takes on Spain's version.
Quiebra is Bankrupt. Pierde Turno is Lose A Turn. Premio is Prize. I'm sure we'll find out what's underneath it soon, even though it may be another Quiebra judging by the Wheel pattern. Dobla is Double. I don't know whether you have to call a letter to double your score or if it does so automatically. Pierde la Mitad is Lose Half. Whether or not it includes a lost turn, I don't know.
There may or may not be a Free Spin/Comodin or Free Play element. One way or another, this looks like a Wheel I can easily recreate.
Last Edit: Oct 13, 2018 2:24:10 GMT -5 by germanname
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