1 vs. 100 | 2006
One contestant must answer trivia questions correctly when one in a group of 100 people fails. As the group's number gets smaller, the more money the one contestant is eligible to win. At any time, they may choose to stop the competition and keep their winnings or stay and compete against the group to increase their potential cash prize. If the one contestant answers any question wrong, they leave empty-handed. Up to $3 million in prize money could be awarded.