'Wheel of Fortune' Ended on a Tie for the First Time in a Decade and the Payoff Is Incredible

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Well, this is crazy.

Wheel of Fortune
ended on a tie for the first time in more than 10 years on Wednesday when one of its contestants, Danielle Gilseth, won $24,000 on the final puzzle after correctly guessing “hollandaise sauce.”

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But fellow contestant, LaToya Williams, also finished with $24,000. So, what happens?

Host Pat Sajak gamely explained the tie-breaker rules: the remaining contestants would take part in a “toss-up playoff” and the winner would move on to the bonus round.

Seconds after the new puzzle appeared, LaToya -- her brain likely going into overdrive -- buzzed in with her answer: “computer programmer.”

The impressive part? She didn’t even give Danielle a moment to process the incomplete puzzle! Watch the incredible moment below.

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A tie hasn’t happened on the long-running game show since March 2, 2006, and before Wednesday, had only happened twice in its entire history. (The first tie took place on March 13, 2003.)

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