How Much Is Enough?
|How Much Is Enough?|
|Presented by||Corbin Bernsen|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||40|
|Running time||30 Minutes|
|Original run||January 8, 2008 – March 28, 2008|
The general objective was to avoid being the greediest player. For each money clock played, a dollar figure was shown that rapidly increased or decreased. Players held lock-out buzzers behind their backs and secretly locked-in at a point when they believe the money clock is high enough to be valuable to them, but low enough not to be the "greediest" player (the player who locked*in at the highest value). For each of the five money clocks ($1,000, $2,000, $3,000, $4,000, and $5,000), the greediest player banked no money for the just-played money clock. For the $5,000 clock, the most cautious (lowest value) player also banked nothing. The other players for each clock banked the value when they locked-in. The $1,000, $3,000, and $5,000 clocks counted upward from $0 to that amount, while the $2,000 and $4,000 clocks counted down to $0.
After five money clocks, the two players with the most money went to the final face-off. The players' scores were added together and became the top value for the final money clock. The clock counted up from $0, and the first player to lock-in won the value shown on the clock. The other player won nothing. The maximum amount of money a contestant could win was $30,000.
On January 22, 2008, GSN announced that the show was performing under expectations and moved the series from its 9:00 PM slot to Saturday-Sunday at 11:00 PM. On March 28, 2008, GSN cancelled the show.
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