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Friday, October 11, 2013
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TV5’s Let’s Ask Pilipinas makes it possible to join a TV game show and get a chance to win P500,000 in the comfort of your own home. A franchise of the US hit Let’s Ask America, the interactive game show is hosted by Aga Muhlach (photo) and airs Mondays to Fridays at 7 p.m. starting Oct. 14.


 Let’s Ask Pilipinas takes advantage of the accessibility and convenience of the Internet as contestants get to play via video conference call using their computers and laptops. Playing the game is also very simple and does not require any specific expertise or knowledge. Every episode, four contestants will try to correctly predict what a majority of Pinoy respondents have answered to questions on various day-to-day situations.


 The game has three rounds and, by the end of each round, the contestant with the lowest cash total is eliminated. If there’s a tie at the end of three rounds, the two remaining players will be playing the Agad Agad round where Aga will ask the contestants to do a physical challenge to determine who will play the final round. In the jackpot round, the contestant can wager all or part of his winnings on the final question of the day. The player who chooses to wager all of his money can win up to P500,000 every day.


 Any Filipino aged 18 years old and above can have a chance to play in Let’s Ask Pilipinas. They can register at www.tv5.com/show/letsaskpilipinas.


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