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Each night, the game of odds and chance unfolds when a contestant is confronted with 26 sealed briefcases full of varying amounts of cash - ranging from a measly penny to $1 million. Without knowing the amount in each briefcase, the contestant picks one -- his to keep, if he chooses - until its unsealing at game's end.
Originally posted by Royal76
You just have to remember to not be so greedy.
Original Anonymous Post By: anon_100272
Hey there...I am a friend of Pyong's and was in the studio audience. I can promise you that is was definitely not rigged. There was alot that you did not see due to editing....for example Pyong was thinking about picking #10 the whole time($75) but Dennis (his supporter) had feeling that he shouldn't...but on the screen they show Pyong just picking numbers easily...and believe he took his time...
...during commercial breaks I was looking to see if there any switcheroos....I just can't see how they could do it in front of 200+ people who make up the studio audience.
Remember, you don't see about 60% of what is actually taped...if you saw it in its entirety...you would see how crazy and emotional it was for that $750 to be in the case.
It was crazy wild....a huge coicidence...maybe it was fate...but as someone who was at the taping...it was definitely not rigged...to think other wise would mean that my friend is a cheat...or in on it....and that is simply not the case.