Omid Djalili challenges nine people to find a winning combination that could win up to £9,876.
Nine contestants are each randomly assigned a digit from 1-9 and must fight to get through to the final where the prizemoney is made up of those digits, but to win the money they each have to correctly answer the same amount of questions as their number, so £9,876 would probably be really hard but £9,321 would be tactically more astute for similar money, especially split four ways.
Omid should be good, but it sounds like an awful lot of work for quite small reward which is a bit offputting. We’ll see. Let us know what you think in the comments!