The Who, What or Where Game | 1969
Three contestants competed against one another by risking money on their ability to answer "who," "what" and "where" questions on a specified subject. Each contestant was given a bankroll of $125 and could bet up to $50 on any one question. More difficult questions paid off in higher odds. If two contestants declared for the same question, the $50 limit was waived and an auction was held. The highest bidder won the right to answer the question. To determine the day's winner, contestants risked any or all of their day's winnings on their ability to answer one final question. The top money winner of the day returned to play again.