What would it take for all three teams to be eliminated? I'm really curious now. I see how nobody would win in the Brazil version, but I want an explanation for the Vietnam version.
Well, I'm sorry for giving the wrong information. So, each player would be eliminated immediately in some situations: 1. Guess the wrong and used letter or can't guess a letter 3 times in a row 2. Solve the puzzle incorrectly 3. Can't solve the puzzle About how the show deal with this situation, I've mentioned before.
Guys, what I meant about the Wheel offering points or cash is that it's really a thought that came to me the itger day. There is a possibility that the Wheel may have offered dongs since it started in 2002. I don't know if it has ever offered points or cash or when it started offering either. It's really a possibility I wanted everyone here to consider. BTW, I stated this over at the Wikia. If anyone here speaks Vietnamese, please, any info would be much appreaciated.
Wheel in Vietnam started in May 2001. Ever since then they have offered points. The prize of a contestant was 1000 times the score they get. Another thing to notice: The winner can decide not to play the bonus in the early years. They have 30sec. to think and give all the answers they think are correct.If they were wrong, their total prize would be halfed. I think since 2004 they banned that rule and all winners must play the bonus round.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-cMqaIE_X4 This clip will show you about the after-early days of Vietnam Wheel (maybe 2002-2003). They've tried to make the set looks like their US counterpart since the early days.
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