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Was winning too hard or too easy?

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    Lokar

    [1]Jun 7, 2006
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    There was one week where a lot of people finished the course and won the prize. Then after that, the buzzer seemed to go off just before they were done, on the last obstacle or one before that. I don't know if the tv network didn't want to give away a lot of prizes, if the kids figured out how to beat it too soon, or what. Looked to me like they were trying to keep people from getting through so quickly after that. Maybe it's just me, but that looked kind of weird.




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    map586

    [2]Jun 12, 2006
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    I think the difficulty was just right.  On a show like this, you want to make winning prizes easy but make winning the grand prize hard.
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    cutiepie2191

    [3]Jan 25, 2007
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    map586 wrote:
    I think the difficulty was just right.  On a show like this, you want to make winning prizes easy but make winning the grand prize hard.


    I agree. You saw people win, so you knew it wasn't impossible. You just had to know what you were doing.
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