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Entertainment 'Wheel of Fortune' contestant somehow guesses correct answer with only 4 letters

09:51  07 february  2020
09:51  07 february  2020 Source:   yahoo.com

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It was an unbelievable game for Robert Santoli who solved the Wheel of Fortune puzzle with just one letter on the board. The New Yorker continued to dominate the game with each correct answer . How 'd he do it? Research. Clearly it paid off. The 23-year-old has been trying to get on the show for

Contestant Robert Santoli, who successfully solved a puzzle with only one visible letter , credited his success—captured in the above video—to careful “There are websites that keep track of past Wheel of Fortune puzzles, so I did some research on previous weeks themed toward these things and wrote

Wheel of Fortune contestant Jessie Rebhan had quite the daunting task ahead of her to solve Thursday night's bonus puzzle. The middle-school teacher from Palmetto Bay, Florida only had 4 of the 13 letters in the 3-word puzzle, but somehow managed to solve it.

The puzzle category was "What are you doing?" Jessie added P-C-D-O to the standard given R-S-T-L-N-E, resulting in the puzzle _ _ _ _ N_ / _ / _ _ _CER.

Pat Sajak immediately felt bad for Jessie, saying, "It looks daunting to me, but you know, you have ten seconds...Good luck."

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This Wheel of Fortune contestant stunned the audience when he successfully solved a puzzle with Armed with only an ampersand and the letter "D," Santoli hit his button, indicating he In the show, which aired last Friday, he wowed the audience and fellow contestants with more stunning answers .

This Wheel of Fortune contestant stunned the audience when he successfully solved a puzzle with Armed with only an ampersand and the letter "D," Santoli hit his button, indicating he In the show, which aired last Friday, he wowed the audience and fellow contestants with more stunning answers .

Jessie ended up only needing half her time as she correctly guessed "BUYING A JUICER" almost immediately.

ORLANDO, FL - OCTOBER 10:  'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat Sajak attends a taping of the Wheel of Fortune's 35th Anniversary Season at Epcot Center at Walt Disney World on October 10, 2017 in Orlando, Florida.  (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)© Getty ORLANDO, FL - OCTOBER 10: 'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat Sajak attends a taping of the Wheel of Fortune's 35th Anniversary Season at Epcot Center at Walt Disney World on October 10, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. (Photo by Gerardo Mora/Getty Images)

Pat was shocked by her correct response, saying, "I don't understand this game! It makes no [sense]!" Fans at home were equally as shocked, with many taking to Twitter to comment.

Winning the bonus puzzle added $37,000 to her regular game winnings, for a total of $52,328. And while that in and of itself is impressive, fans were also impressed by the fact her husband's name is Gator. And it didn't go unnoticed that Gator wore a Lacoste shirt with an alligator/crocodile logo.

Wheel of Fortune airs weekdays, visit their site for local listings of time and channel.


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