On Spanish television, a participant managed to complete the game without giving his rival a chance to respond.
The Spanish version of Pass word made history on Antena 3 Internacional. After 197 heart-stopping duels at the Rosco, a participant won the biggest prize in the history of the contest: 2,272,000 euros (u$s2.4 million)
the sevillian Rafael Castaño and the native of Burgos orestes barber They have been facing each other in the program since June 1 and their duel came to an end with the victory of Rafa Castaño from Seville, who managed to complete the Rosco in the most unexpected way possible: all in a row and without giving his rival a chance to try it.
Rafa Castaño had 197 programs of Pass word consecutive and accumulated 127,200 euros. The 32-year-old from Seville managed to win in 75 installments of the program and has tied 64 times against Orestes, who had been in the contest for 360 installments.
Having completed El Rosco in a single attempt, the last letter he faced in Pasapalabra was Z: “Beetle that attacks wheat fields, especially when the grains are tender.” “Zabro”, Rafa answered correctly, which earned him the coveted Pasapalabra prize.
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