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Main game contestants are asked increasingly difficult general knowledge questions by the host.
Questions are multiple choice: four possible answers are given (labelled A, B, C and D), and the contestant must choose the correct one.
In its format, currently owned and licensed by Sony Pictures Television, large cash prizes are offered for correctly answering a series of multiple-choice questions of increasing (or, in some cases, random) difficulty.
The contestants must first play a preliminary round, called "Fastest Finger First" (or, in the U. version, simply "Fastest Finger"), where they are all given a question and four answers from the host and are asked to put those four answers into a particular order; in the first series of the British version and in pre-2003 episodes of the Australian version, the round instead required the contestants to answer one multiple-choice question correctly as quickly as possible.The contestant who does so correctly and in the fastest time goes on to play the main game for the maximum possible prize (often a million units of the local currency).In the event that two or more contestants are tied for the fastest time, those contestants play another question to break the tie.When a contestant says "final" in conjunction with one of the answers, it is official, and cannot be changed.
The first five questions usually omit this rule, because the questions are generally so easy that requiring a final answer would significantly slow the game down; thus, there are five chances for the contestant to leave with no money if they were to provide a wrong answer before obtaining the first guaranteed amount; going for 1,000 units of currency after winning 500 units is the last point in the game at which a contestant can still leave empty-handed.
Contestants are required to pass a more conventional game show qualification test at auditions; however, when the U. Millionaire revived its primetime version for specials, it also restored the Fastest Finger round; this was done in 2004 for the Super Millionaire series which raised the top prize to ,000,000 and in August 2009 for an eleven-night special that celebrated the U. Whereas the first safe haven remained at £1,000, the second safe haven was moved to £50,000.