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The third syndicated season in saw a reduction in the values for questions ten through twelve. The values were doubled during "Double Money Weeks". Lifelines[ edit ] Forms of assistance known as "lifelines" are available for a contestant to use if a question proves difficult.
Multiple lifelines may be used on a single question, but each one can only be used once per game unless otherwise noted below. Three lifelines are available from the start of the game.
Depending on the format of the show, additional lifelines may become available after the contestant correctly answers the fifth or tenth question. In the clock format, usage of lifelines temporarily pauses the clock while the lifelines are played. Current lifelines[ edit ] Ask the Audience —: The audience members individually use four-button keypads to register the answer they believe is correct.
The percentage of votes for each answer is immediately shown to the host, contestant, and home viewer. Two incorrect answers are eliminated, leaving the contestant with a choice between the correct answer and one remaining wrong answer.
The contestant may invite a friend onstage from the audience to assist with the current question. If the answer is correct, the friend must then return to the audience. Former lifelines[ edit ] Phone a Friend — The contestant called a pre-arranged friend and was then given 30 seconds to discuss the question with that person.
Inthis lifeline was eliminated due to an increasing use of search engines by home viewers to look up answers. Earned after answering 10 questions, this lifeline allowed a contestant to discard the current question and replace it with one of the same value.
It has been used occasionally during Whiz Kids Week in the current version and is available from the outset. Double Dip— The contestant had to invoke the lifeline before making the first guess, and it was removed from play regardless of which guess was correct.
In addition, the contestant could not walk away from the question after invoking the lifeline. It was introduced to the main series inreplacing Three Wise Men Used during Super Millionaire, this lifeline allowed the contestant 30 seconds of advice from a panel of three experts, who were sequestered backstage and saw the question only when their help was requested.
Ask the Expert — Based on Three Wise Men, the lifeline was earned after answering five questions correctly.
The contestant was connected to an expert via a video call, and the two could discuss the question with no time limit. Jump the Question — This lifeline allowed the contestant to skip the current question, but the money associated with it was removed from play.
It could be used twice per game from —, once from — Used occasionally during the "shuffle" round, this lifeline allowed the contestant to see the value of the current question before either answering or jumping it if Jump the Question had not yet been used.
John Carpenter — He became the first winner of the top prize on November 19, The jackpot never accumulated like this again.
However it was determined that there was an error in the question, so he was invited back and won the jackpot as it was at the time. This makes her the only female top prize winner.
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