Daniel Depp Joins Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Monday evening. on me.
He didn’t expect it to be like this: when Daniel Debbie (36) sat in the nominee chair in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire opposite Günter Gautsch (66), he also wanted to impress the supervisor with his talent as a mental scientist during his performance. He set up a special number for this, which ultimately backfired.
Using “stone, paper, scissors” Depp wanted to impress Jauch with his supernatural abilities and immediately challenge him to a duel. “I could always beat you and you wouldn’t stand a chance,” Debbie said disingenuously. He even said that the match, which lasts three rounds, could end after two because he had already won the duel. She tricked him: “Statistically, I can guess what you’re doing.”
In fact, they didn’t need three rounds
Did his stress thwart his plans? At least one can assume that. In the first round, Debbie showed the paper, Josh Scissors decided. In the second round, Josh showed the paper, Debbie Stein. Point 2 for Jauch – The duel is settled.
The TV presenter could not resist a joke after the failed performance. «The Magic Show is sold out! Anyone who comes to you, comes out with a victory sign.” Debbie explains his defeat: “You don’t now rank yourself among the 66 percent who usually do it wrong.”
Jauch googled tactics
In a later round, Jauch finally explained why he won the duel. He simply prepared himself for the candidate, getting the information Debbie claims he always wins “rock, paper and scissors” 90 percent of the time. I said to myself: ‘This can’t be. I’m not that stupid. “
“If we win, we will do the same again. Teach if we lose we change.” There is also an advantage to starting with the scissors. Depp revealed before: Women usually grab the paper first, while the men take the stone.
16 thousand euros profit
Dippe also wanted to use his talent in the actual test in order to win the highest amount possible. When Gauch asked him if it would be easy for him to guess the correct answer, the 36-year-old replied, “You have to be careful what you say so I don’t hear if you might actually betray the answer.”
In the end it was enough 16 thousand euros. And the game “Rock, Paper, Scissors” that viewers will not soon forget “Who wants to be a millionaire?” (IMH)
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