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6TEEN Girls on WoF--REMAKE by daanton 6TEEN Girls on WoF--REMAKE by daanton
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Inspired by [link] by :iconmrcool7:...

For the next couple deviants, I've decided to dedicate this to any fans of either 6Teen or Wheel Of Fortune or both. Since the 6Teen JEOPARDY! deviants were already made, I decided to go with Wheel Of Fortune. Everything but the logo & pictures are owned by me.

... and based upon [link] by :icondjcchs2004:.

Here I decided to use the [hopefully] current contestant scoreboards....

WoF Wheel design courtesy Wikipedia.

6TEEN, Nikki Wong, Jen Masterson, Caitlin Cooke Fresh Animation (nka FreshTV) Inc & NELVANA Ltd.
WHEEL OF FORTUNE created by Merv Griffin. Califon Productions / Sony Pictures Television.
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designerboy7 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2013
How could three contestants each win a lot of money
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daanton Featured By Owner May 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Like they say: :shrug: easy come, easy go!

And especially when WoF was offering so many prizes on the wheel during that round...! :doh:
DJgames Featured By Owner May 2, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Good job. And did you or anyone watch a Monday episode? We could've had a big winner if it wasn't for that evil black space [link] .
artrodrick Featured By Owner May 2, 2012
As you all know that the Winnings Limit on Wheel of Fortune happens to be $75,000 any winning over the $75,000 will be theirs to keep but the player must retired from the game show.
daanton Featured By Owner May 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Dunno about $75,000 limit on WoF, but on JEOPARDY!:
Jeopardy! had its own winnings cap of $75,000 for many years, which did not extend to special tournaments. In a period of two months in the series' sixth season, circumstances surrounding record-setting performances by Bob Blake and Frank Spangenberg caused a change. In Blake's case, he had to give up $7,501 of his then record-setting total in November 1989 to charity. Spangenberg broke Blake's record and became the first-ever contestant on Jeopardy! to top $100,000 in regular game earnings. However, due to the cap Spangenberg was docked $27,597 of his $102,597 in winnings, which also went to charity. For the next season Jeopardy! adopted a $100,000 cap, which then doubled $200,000 after automobiles were awarded for five-time champions (this was before the 2001 doubling of values) and was finally removed after the show removed the five-day limit for champions in 2003. The following year, contestant Ken Jennings began a 74-game winning streak, ending with a payout of $2,522,700.

As for WHEEL OF FORTUNE, itself:
Wheel of Fortune had imposed a winnings limit of $200,000 (originally $100,000, later $125,000), which was never reached partly due to the show's lack of returning players since 1998. The limit was abolished in 2008 when the show adopted the 2008 Australian version rule where a player could win $1,000,000 under special conditions. This was achieved by contestant Michelle Lowenstein on October 14, 2008, winning $1,026,080.

SOURCE: [link]
Philocleon Featured By Owner May 2, 2012
You know, I had a feeling this was [link] inspired, seeing how the two of you often collaborate. Nikki got herself $100,000 which is cool, and apparently Caitlin's taken a few god spins, as has Jen. Next time these girls appear please let me know because I'd love to watch. I'm not a regular wheel watcher but with these ladies as contestants i possibly be turned into one.
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