Tipping Point viewers have identified specific drop zones as potential keys to success, arguing that some are more likely to lead to victory than others.
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Tipping Point fans have shared a tactic they believe could be the secret to success on the hit ITV show.
Ben Shephard fans watched another installment of the dramatically choreographed video game, which saw contestants battle each other for cash prizes.
The game program consists of a series of questions that players must answer to win the counter, which are then dropped into a giant arcade-style coin vending machine divided into four drop zones.
ITV viewers have identified these drop zones as potential keys to success, arguing that some are more likely to lead to victory than others.
In the latest installment of the game show, hosted by the Good Morning Britain host, eagle-eyed viewers assumed that two out of four drop zones had a higher chance of success.
Tipping Point fans debated this theory on Twitter, with one post: “Always set the jackpot counter to 1 or 4.
They added: “Then you don’t have this b******* about having to change regions.”
Another concurred when a contestant didn’t choose these zones and lost, writing: “These people have never watched. You should choose Z1 or 4.”
Fellow viewers shared their thoughts, as one tweeted: “That’s why you don’t pick 2 or 3, can be pushed to other regions easily.”
Another said: “And here’s why 1 and 4 are more appropriate zones.”
This comes after Tipping Point fans were “confused” by an important format change to the 10th anniversary show airing on ITV screens.
When the show returned to the screen, Ben introduced the contestants, but many fans quickly realized that there were only three original quizzes instead of four.
Taking to Twitter, one fan asked: “What magic is this? Only 3 contestants. When did this cheating happen, “as another said:” Contestant four was vaporized? “
A third ITV viewer wrote: “I’m confused there are only 3 candidates?? as someone else asked a similar question: “When does the tipping point start with 3 contestants?”
Another fan weighed in to say they “didn’t like this new format” when another confused viewer asked, “I think Tipping Point started with 4 contestants?”
Host Ben Shephard announced a change to the series, which first debuted in 2012, as it returns for a brand new season.
To mark the anniversary, Ben told This Morning’s Vernon Kay and Josie Gibson that the new series might look a little bit different.
He told the TV presenters: “We love the support we’ve had from so many people who have watched it, ten years of Tipping Point, thanks to everyone who watched it.
“A few changes to this series, you can see only three contestants, so you’ll see that in the 4pm daytime shows on ITV.”
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