Orestes Barbero and Rafa Castaño once again faced the Pasapalabra donut in its delivery broadcast on Wednesday, March 1 on Antena 3. The man from Burgos had been one hit away from winning the boat the day before, while his rival had experienced the same a day before him. On this occasion, the test ended in a tie after an exciting duel in which they competed for 2,206,000 euros.
The Sevillian started with 162 seconds, compared to 155 for his opponent. Both were very even at the beginning of the challenge, but Orestes was the first to turn the donut around with 20 hits. The young man added two more, but left the three remaining definitions unanswered for several turns.
Rafa completed the round of the donut with 17 letters in green, got four more hits in the second round and decided to take a risk with the words he had left. He made the first mistake of the afternoon with the o. "Group, set of furniture, belongings and clothes for common use in the house" was the definition of "ostilla".
Barbero also later stumbled upon the L. Roberto Leal told him that the term he was looking for "branches, set of branches of plants" was "linamen", but he had answered "lineage". The two contestants were tied with 22 hits and one miss. Castaño decided to stand up and his partner followed his example. Therefore, no one will have to go through the blue chair in the program on Thursday, March 2.
Orestes had been about to take the boat in the previous installment of Pasapalabra. The participant recounted at the format table on Wednesday, March 1, how he felt after having been so close to the millionaire prize: "I still have the adrenaline in my body from the other day. Let's see if this ends up cooking, which is already sweeter than a candy store".
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