TIP Point fans were left outraged after a player ‘won the game’ in the first round thanks to a VERY nasty move.
London-based charity analyst Myuran was unlucky with his first use of the machine and failed to get any counters.
But after correctly answering the second question about Britain’s Got Talent, Myuran decided to go ahead with one of his stalls and was well rewarded.
Myuran received an incredible 17 counters from the machine, which put £850 into his prize pool.
Ben told him: “I would say it landed exactly where you wanted it to be.
“17 counters in one drop, that’s spectacular. £850, that’s a really strong position.”
But while Ben was impressed, some viewers at home were not, with one person writing on Twitter: “Wow Myuran won, shame there’s no cash register so we were able to pack up and go home. “
Another added: “Myuran is having all the big drops today – completely in the ‘zone’.”
A third agreed, writing: “Well… Myuran won.”
Viewers were right, as Myuran’s luck continued to play out for the rest of the game and he made it to the final round.
The machine continued to be at his side and Myuran was able to grab the jackpot token, winning £10,000 and having him punch the air in glee.
Tipping Point airs at 4pm on weekdays on ITV.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/tv/17621047/tipping-point-player-wins-game-first-round-jammy-move/ Tipping Point fans indignant as player ‘wins the game’ on first round thanks to VERY tough move