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Jamie Sadler Wins A Million On Power Of 10

August 08, 2007 06:59 PM by Joe Blackmon

During the premiere episode of POWER OF 10, Jamie Sadler, a 19-year-old
pre-med student and part-time caddy from Montclair, N.J., won $1
million after accurately predicting how the American public responded
to a number of provocative poll questions. After correctly answering
the question, "What percentage of women consider themselves feminists?"
(29%) and earning $1 million, Jamie decided to walk away rather than
risk it all on the fifth and final question, which could have earned
him the $10 million Grand Prize.  Sadler begins his sophomore year at
the University of Florida this fall.

Also competing on last night’s show was Maureen Francisco, a marketing sales manager, from Issaquah, Wash., who lost to Jamie Sadler during the first round of play.  During the second game, which continues tonight, financial analyst Emily Kozlowicz from Woodside, N.Y. faced off with land consultant Louise Palmer from Bakersfield, Calif.  Louise beat Emily in the first round of play and will continue her quest for $10 million tonight.

POWER OF 10 is a high-stakes primetime game show where contestants compete for the chance to win $10 million. Drew Carey is the host and Michael Davies is the executive producer for Embassy Row in association with Sony Pictures Television.

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One Response to “Jamie Sadler Wins A Million On Power Of 10”

  1. David Says:
    August 8th, 2007 at 8:30 pm

    For those planning to play the online Power of 10 contest, found a site with live polls very similar to the show…



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