High Stakes

Tuesday, 13 December 2011, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

Jeremy Kyle invites a new batch of contestants to take part in the brand new quiz show High Stakes. A game of knowledge, risk and tension in which a half a million pounds is up for grabs. 

By taking the right six steps players can change their lives and pocket the top prize, but to get there they have to make some tough choices. 

At each level of the game players have to avoid certain numbers on a grid, if they stand on one of these ‘trap’ numbers they are instantly eliminated. 

However the player can choose to answer a clue question which will help them avoid the ‘trap”. If they get the correct answer, they will know the number that should be avoided, but if they don’t know the answer they have to take a chance and pick a square to stand on that they hope won’t be a ‘trap’. At each level the money they can win rises, but so do the number of traps. 

Jeremy will be on hand to give advice, but it is up to them to decide whether to take it. 

Combining brains and bravery could bring a life-changing some of money, but one wrong step could leave them with nothing. 

On tonight’s show Kate Mansfield a 38-year-old head teacher from Essex, Kieron Willis a 32-year-old finance planning manager from Huntington and Nick Smith a 21-year-old trainee primary school teacher from Nottingham are competing to win a staggering £500,000.

Tuesday, 6 December 2011, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

Jeremy Kyle invites a new batch of contestants to take part in the brand new quiz show High Stakes. A game of knowledge, risk and tension in which a half a million pounds is up for grabs. 

By taking the right six steps players can change their lives and pocket the top prize, but to get there they have to make some tough choices. 

At each level of the game players have to avoid certain numbers on a grid, if they stand on one of these ‘trap’ numbers they are instantly eliminated. 

However the player can choose to answer a clue question which will help them avoid the ‘trap”. If they get the correct answer, they will know the number that should be avoided, but if they don’t know the answer they have to take a chance and pick a square to stand on that they hope won’t be a ‘trap’. At each level the money they can win rises, but so do the number of traps. 

Jeremy will be on hand to give advice, but it is up to them to decide whether to take it. 

Combining brains and bravery could bring a life-changing some of money, but one wrong step could leave them with nothing. 

On tonight’s show Nikki Heron a 20 year old student from Stockton-on-Tees and Angela Fielder a 36 year old housewife from Newcastle are competing to win a staggering £500,000.

Tuesday, 22 November 2011, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

Jeremy Kyle invites a new batch of contestants to take part in the brand new quiz show High Stakes. A game of knowledge, risk and tension in which a half a million pounds is up for grabs. 

By taking the right six steps players can change their lives and pocket the top prize, but to get there they have to make some tough choices. 

At each level of the game players have to avoid certain numbers on a grid, if they stand on one of these ‘trap’ numbers they are instantly eliminated. 

However the player can choose to answer a clue question which will help them avoid the ‘trap”. If they get the correct answer, they will know the number that should be avoided, but if they don’t know the answer they have to take a chance and pick a square to stand on that they hope won’t be a ‘trap’. At each level the money they can win rises, but so do the number of traps. 

Jeremy will be on hand to give advice, but it is up to them to decide whether to take it. 

Combining brains and bravery could bring a life-changing some of money, but one wrong step could leave them with nothing. 

On tonights show Amber Standy a 32 year old communications advisor from Hemel Hempstead, James Hutton a 28 year old police office from Crawley and Gurpal Gill a 23 year old sky diving instructor from Reading are competing to win a staggering £500,000. 

Tuesday, 1 November 2011, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

Jeremy Kyle invites a new batch of contestants to take part in the brand new quiz show High Stakes. A game of knowledge, risk and tension in which a half a million pounds is up for grabs. 

By taking the right six steps players can change their lives and pocket the top prize, but to get there they have to make some tough choices. 

At each level of the game players have to avoid certain numbers on a grid, if they stand on one of these ‘trap’ numbers they are instantly eliminated. 

However the player can choose to answer a clue question which will help them avoid the ‘trap”. If they get the correct answer, they will know the number that should be avoided, but if they don’t know the answer they have to take a chance and pick a square to stand on that they hope won’t be a ‘trap’. At each level the money they can win rises, but so do the number of traps. 

Jeremy will be on hand to give advice, but it is up to them to decide whether to take it. 

Combining brains and bravery could bring a life-changing some of money, but one wrong step could leave them with nothing. 

On tonight’s show Andrew Merchant a 46 year old branch manager for an architectural ironmongers and Jo Wright a 44 year old former sales manager from Slough are competing to win a staggering £500,000. 

Tuesday, 18 October 2011, 8:00PM – 9:00PM

The new big money game show hosted by Jeremy Kyle. Players have to cross the High Stakes grid to win increasing amounts of money from £1,000 to £500,000. There are six rows of numbers on the grid and each row contains increasing amounts of traps. Players must avoid these traps if they are to stay in the game and win big money. If they stand on a trap, the whole grid will descend and the player leaves the game instantly. 

They can avoid the traps by using clues which guide them away from the traps. With the clues players don’t have to be right – they just cannot be wrong. They have a limited amount of clues to help them so may choose to take a risk at their peril.

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