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Spoilers for Friday June 3rd 2011

Post by Jordan F » Fri Jun 03, 2011 1:04 pm

And we're here at last. The grand final of Series 64, featuring the number 1 seed Adam "I Have Red Creatures As Avatars Sometimes" Gillard, and the number 2 seed Edward "I Have An Eeyore Toy" McCullagh. These two have been very impressive throughout the entire series, with 19 out of their combined 20 games featuring a century from one of them. Here are some more stats.

Adam Gillard:
Highest Score: 126 vs Ray Li
Lowest Score: 102 vs Adam Manning
Largest Margin of Victory: 102 points vs Mavis Riley
Percentage of Max: 86.4% (1128/1306)
Conundrum Success Rate: 8/10

Edward McCullagh
Highest Score: 121 vs Lalithia Thyagarajan
Lowest Score: 97 vs David Clerkin
Largest Margin of Victory: 94 points vs Lalithia Thyagarajan
Percentage of Max: 90.9% (1117/1229)
Conundrum Success Rate: 8/10

This one's going to be good. Join Mike "I Have A Countdown Page" Brown later this weekend for the recap.

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Post by Rhys Benjamin » Fri Jun 03, 2011 2:17 pm

The Stanmore supernova v The Newy kNockout.

There has been exactly 100 episodes this series including the finals. :ugeek:

The wiki link will be after the ep finishes; here.
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Post by Oliver Garner » Fri Jun 03, 2011 2:50 pm

Round 11 - AVULSION

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Post by Peter Mabey » Fri Jun 03, 2011 2:52 pm

QUADRIC - last letters

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Post by Tracey Lilly » Fri Jun 03, 2011 2:55 pm

Great game guys - a worthy standard for a final.
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Post by Tony Atkins » Fri Jun 03, 2011 3:00 pm

Definitely a very well done to both players. I was so pleased when I got MATCHUP when watching the recording, but in all the other rounds they were both so impressive. Unfortunately I lost the bet on who bought that night's takeaway, and will have to console myself on being a humble 13th place for the series...

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Post by Jojo Apollo » Fri Jun 03, 2011 3:03 pm

Excellent game lads, brilliant standard. 8-)

Well done Ed, you now take your place amongst the Countdown greats, and all done in a classy manner. :D Good you kept your wits about you by not letting Rachel pick the numbers. :lol: Well done to Adam too, on making the final, you would have beaten many a series winner. 8-)

Well done to the Jeff, Rachel, Susie and the Countdown crew too for another splendid series and good to see the ending wasn't squeezed there by other program ads.

We have to have a Champion of Champions series, it would be the best one ever.

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Post by Adam Gillard » Fri Jun 03, 2011 3:09 pm

I saw MATCHUP but dismissed it almost immediately as I (like Susie) suspected it would be hyphenated. Wouldn't have made a difference though; Ed is a deserving winner and I couldn't have wished for a better opponent in the final. By the way, we were told at the time that his solution in the first numbers round was the only way of getting within 15 of the target either side. I think this was the most impressive round of the final, and possibly even the whole series considering the importance of it.

In Ed, I had a great opponent but more importantly I've got a great friend; my Mum keeps reminding me how we walked across the studio floor before the final with our arms round each other's shoulders. Congratulations Eeyore! (Everyone always said £1k cash was the best prize anyway ;))
Mike Brown: "Round 12: T N R S A E I G U

C1: SIGNATURE (18) ["9; not written down"]
C2: SEATING (7)
Score: 108–16 (max 113)

Another niner for Adam and yet another century. Well done, that man."

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Post by Rhys Benjamin » Fri Jun 03, 2011 3:14 pm

Ones I got:
Unsurprisingly, nothing.

Ones available:
AVULSION in Round 11. (Well done Oliver)
QUADRIC in Round 13. (Well done Peter)

PREDICTION RESULT: 85.714825 recurring% accurate!!
I got everything right. Edward pipped Adam in all 3 seed tables right at the end there: (top 2 only)

Normal Seedings (including other stuff):
1 E McCullagh - 11 wins - 1230 pts.
2 A Gillard - 10 wins - 1222 pts.

"Average" Seedings:
1 E McCullagh - 111.81 rec.
2 A Gillard 111.09 rec.

Percentage of max:
1 E McCullagh - 90.7%
2 A Gillard - 85.5%


You can find the full predictions by going here, even though I just basically said everything in them.
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Post by Jojo Apollo » Fri Jun 03, 2011 3:18 pm

Yeah that first numbers game was very impressive and under such tension too.

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Post by Adam Gillard » Fri Jun 03, 2011 3:40 pm

Also, Chris and Jon, surely I get some sort of remuneration for conceding R1 just so I could mention you both?
Mike Brown: "Round 12: T N R S A E I G U

C1: SIGNATURE (18) ["9; not written down"]
C2: SEATING (7)
Score: 108–16 (max 113)

Another niner for Adam and yet another century. Well done, that man."

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Post by Eoin Monaghan » Fri Jun 03, 2011 3:58 pm

Absolutely phenomenal Adam and Ed, a top notch final. My heart was racing the whole time, don't think it's surprising I wanted Ed to win. As has been said, the numbers spot under pressure was incredible and overall I thought you've been one of the best ever, and so too has Adam.
You both were excellent to watch and it was a thoroughly enjoyable series. Is this the first time that the two final winning scores were the same?
Has ARGUETOSS got anything to do with Jeff always saying the person in the champions' chair won the toss? :?

And finally, two Northern Irish people in two consecutive finals, not too bad eh?

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Post by Innis Carson » Fri Jun 03, 2011 4:15 pm

Very well done to Ed for holding his composure after gaining the early lead, it must have been seriously nerve-racking - one slip could well have caused the match to go the other way. Congrats to Adam too for being so gracious and putting up a great fight, both of you would have been thoroughly well-deserved champions. Loved the mutual praise after the match.

It was fantastic to be there for the finals recordings, the atmosphere in the studio was the best I've ever seen, and I'm really glad to have had a chance to meet Adam, Ed and all the other finalists and other onliney people afterwards, all really friendly people and great company.

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Post by Martin Gardner » Fri Jun 03, 2011 4:55 pm

Yeah it was a very very good game. I thought round one was going to be crucial as I though both players would get BROWNIES, but ED played so well in the next 13 rounds he was almost unbeatable. CARDIO was a particularly good one, I thought. Well done both
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Post by Keith Bennett » Fri Jun 03, 2011 5:38 pm

Just watched the second semi and the final back-to-back and have to say Ed timed his run brilliantly. Great end to a very good series. Congratulations to both players, not only for the high standard but for the spirit in which the game was played.

With Jeff leaving after the next series hopefully they'll do as they did before and introduce his replacement with a Champion of Champions series.

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Post by Lisa Hermann » Fri Jun 03, 2011 7:52 pm

Tony Atkins wrote:Definitely a very well done to both players. I was so pleased when I got MATCHUP when watching the recording, but in all the other rounds they were both so impressive. Unfortunately I lost the bet on who bought that night's takeaway, and will have to console myself on being a humble 13th place for the series...
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Post by Edward McCullagh » Fri Jun 03, 2011 8:11 pm

Thanks for the comments :D

The final was intense, and although there was 19 points separating us at the end, it could have been so much different. BROWNIES was a 29 second spot (after considering CROWNIES[x] for about 10 seconds before that) and I was trying to get 784 in the numbers (98*8) but couldn't figure it out so had to settle for 792. With CARDIO, I was worried because it seemed like there was a 7 there, and I remember Adam showing me that he had CARD and CURIO noted so it was unlucky that he never saw CARDIO. He also had MATCHUP noted too, so that could have changed things.

On the morning of the finals, I didn't give myself a chance of winning. I was pretty rubbish in the quarter finals and Adam was brilliant in his match. However, I beat him (from the audience) in his semi and that gave me a bit of belief and my semi final performance had me well up for the final. I don't think I would have coped as well if I had to wait to play the final, so going from semi final to final in about half an hour really helped. Winning the toss too was helpful because I may have crumbled under the pressure of (presumably) 6 small in round 14!

Adam is a fantastic competitor and a great guy too. I remember when we were walking up to take our seats before the final and putting my arm round his shoulder to relax us both, because it was a bit nervy at that point and I wanted it to be a close final. We were chatting about the game in between rounds like it was a friendly game of pool or something, and it was played in a great spirit - I would not have been at all upset to lose to Adam because he really would have made a fantastic champion with his play and personality. I felt a bit sorry for Adam because it seemed to me like he was under a bit of pressure to win from his family. He's been an absolute credit to himself, his family and his friends.

It was a fantastic experience. I really enjoyed meeting all my fellow finalists, and all the Apto-people who came to watch (too many to name!) and it's kind of upsetting to think I'm probably not going to get to see any of them ever again :( I'll try my best to get over for a CO-something, and hopefully not go home too early in the night due to drinking too much free Strongbow and champers!

I'm also sad that I'm not going to ever set foot in the Countdown studios. I'd love there to be a CoC but it wouldn't be a good idea really. Hopefully I can go back as a spectator one day because it was all a bit of a rush really! I wouldn't change a moment of my Countdown experience... well maybe I'd go back in time and pronounce LITREAGE as LITREAGE and not LITRAYYAAJJJJ ;)

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Post by Graeme Cole » Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:31 pm

Congratulations Ed, and commiserations Adam; both outstanding players. Really had no idea who was going to win this one, you'd both performed so well in previous games.

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Fri Jun 03, 2011 10:12 pm

Very well done both of you. Excellent game.
Adam Gillard wrote:By the way, we were told at the time that his solution in the first numbers round was the only way of getting within 15 of the target either side. I think this was the most impressive round of the final, and possibly even the whole series considering the importance of it.
I thought it was very good too. Like Ed, I was trying for 784 but when I didn't get it, I didn't have anything else.
Eoin Monaghan wrote:Has ARGUETOSS got anything to do with Jeff always saying the person in the champions' chair won the toss? :?
How is that decided? Do you just toss for sides or do you toss for the choice?
Edward McCullagh wrote:I'd love there to be a CoC but it wouldn't be a good idea really.
Congratulations for winning and everything but enough of this!

Also, Martin Gardner and Lisa Hermann both posting in this thread - it's like going back in time nearly 10 years.

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Post by Matt Bayfield » Fri Jun 03, 2011 10:27 pm

Fantastic final, and it was a joy to be in the studio to watch it live.

It's been mentioned before, including by Adam, but I'd echo that Ed's numbers solve in R5 was the best solve/spot I can remember from the whole series.

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Post by Johnny Canuck » Sat Jun 04, 2011 12:36 am

Gavin Chipper wrote:
Edward McCullagh wrote:I'd love there to be a CoC but it wouldn't be a good idea really.
Congratulations for winning and everything but enough of this!
So you do want there to be a CoC, then?
Gavin Chipper wrote:How is that decided? Do you just toss for sides or do you toss for the choice?
I thought I read somewhere that the challenger's chair always got the advantage in finals games. So I'm making a wild guess that it's for the choice.

Oddly enough, I think TROUSSAGE^ was one of my guesses for the conundrum, too.

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Post by Philip Jarvis » Sat Jun 04, 2011 5:03 am

Just got to watch it. Excellent game. Adam and Edward were clearly the best 2 players of the series. Well done Edward on becoming champ.
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Post by David O'Donnell » Sat Jun 04, 2011 10:25 am

Congrats Ed and commiserations to Adam. Great final.

Did find it quite funny that one of Ed's letter selections was: APRODRITE - reads like a conundrum scramble designed for someone from N.I.

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Post by Michael Wallace » Sat Jun 04, 2011 10:46 am

David O'Donnell wrote:Congrats Ed and commiserations to Adam. Great final.

Did find it quite funny that one of Ed's letter selections was: APRODRITE - reads like a conundrum scramble designed for someone from N.I.
I liked that round because it contained APTEROID.

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Post by Mike Brown » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:17 am

Lisa Hermann wrote:Don't knock it - all the best people finish 13th!
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Post by Mike Brown » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:25 am

Just to echo everyone else, really. Some great games in the finals this series and the final was played in great spirit. Well done to Adam and Ed and it was nice to meet you (albeit pretty briefly) in Manchester, you both come across as pretty sound people. Hopefully it won't be the last we see of either of you in the studio and I love the idea of CoC being resurrected to usher in the new host in 2012. Failing that, hopefully we'll see you both (and any other ex-contestants who fancy it) at a CO-event in the future.

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Post by Martin Gardner » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:55 am

Gavin Chipper wrote:Also, Martin Gardner and Lisa Hermann both posting in this thread - it's like going back in time nearly 10 years.
I suppose it is about 10 years now since I joined the old Yahoo! forum, yes!
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Post by Martin Gardner » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:57 am

Mike Brown wrote:Just to echo everyone else, really. Some great games in the finals this series and the final was played in great spirit. Well done to Adam and Ed and it was nice to meet you (albeit pretty briefly) in Manchester, you both come across as pretty sound people. Hopefully it won't be the last we see of either of you in the studio and I love the idea of CoC being resurrected to usher in the new host in 2012. Failing that, hopefully we'll see you both (and any other ex-contestants who fancy it) at a CO-event in the future.
Hmm have they cancelled championship of champions events? This is new to me, I too had noticed it had been a number of series since we had one. If any more series go past, then some series champions may not get a place in it!
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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Jun 04, 2011 2:44 pm

Johnny Canuck wrote:
Gavin Chipper wrote:
Edward McCullagh wrote:I'd love there to be a CoC but it wouldn't be a good idea really.
Congratulations for winning and everything but enough of this!
So you do want there to be a CoC, then?
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Post by James Robinson » Sat Jun 04, 2011 4:40 pm

Wahey! The Rob-meister is back and after enjoying a Countdown feast, I'm glad to say what a brilliant standard the finals has been played in.

After watching the semis, I still had a hope that the final would be a super brill contest, and hoped that both Adam and Eddie would get a century in the final, and while that didn't quite come to fruition, it was a super spectacle. ;) :) :D :mrgreen: 8-)

Nice also to see a 9 in the finals for the first time in ages. I was also happy to beat both of them in rounds 9 and 11, and was even confident that I had the conundrum too, when it turned out I hadn't. (Thought it was SESTORUGA, afterwards realised that it must've been SASTRUGA that I was thinking of.... :oops: :lol: )

Just brill and thanks to Thomas and Liam for looking after my recaps while I was off in Whitby. 8-)

BRING ON SERIES 65 :!: :!: :!: ;) :) :D :mrgreen: 8-)

AND A CoC TOO!!!!!
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UP THE MIGHTY TERRIERS!!! ;) :) :D :mrgreen: 8-)

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Post by Gavin Chipper » Sat Jun 04, 2011 5:50 pm

Martin Gardner wrote:
Gavin Chipper wrote:Also, Martin Gardner and Lisa Hermann both posting in this thread - it's like going back in time nearly 10 years.
I suppose it is about 10 years now since I joined the old Yahoo! forum, yes!
It does seem that you're now stuck inside the spoilers subforum now unfortunately.

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Post by Steve Balog » Sat Jun 04, 2011 6:54 pm

Congrats, Ed. I waited for the recap before posting in this thread because I actually wanted to read through it, but another excellent effort. I'm very, very impressed by round 5, especially with 7 off being the best possible: I see those numbers and that target and I probably actually throw my pencil over my back and crumple my paper after about 5 seconds if I were onstage, deeming it one of those "impossible" 6 smalls. Also, I thought the stegosaur and its members was recently removed as a dinosaur genus once it was determined that it was just another type of some other group? I don't remember it that well.

Still well played on both ends, just wish I'd have figured out a way to actually watch the episode instead of having to wait for the recap.
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Post by Ben Hunter » Sat Jun 04, 2011 8:04 pm

welldone everyone

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Ben Hunter wrote:welldone everyone
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Post by Marc Meakin » Tue Jun 07, 2011 10:37 am

Did Adam throw the final cos the cash seemed (to him) better than those books ?
In fact if I was able, it would for anmake an interesting poll.
Question being : would you deliberately lose the final if you needed the cash? (not that Im suggesting Adam did, oh actually I kinda did lol)
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Post by Adam Gillard » Tue Jun 07, 2011 11:27 am

Marc Meakin wrote:Did Adam throw the final cos the cash seemed (to him) better than those books ?
No. Evidently I was so rubbish that it looked like I was throwing it :(
Mike Brown: "Round 12: T N R S A E I G U

C1: SIGNATURE (18) ["9; not written down"]
C2: SEATING (7)
Score: 108–16 (max 113)

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