Like every noon since 2010, TF1 broadcasts its game The 12 strokes of noon presented by Jean-Luc Reichmann, in which three new candidates compete to beat the Noon Master. And on Saturday August 20, it was Stéphane, a 50-year-old Haut-Marnais, who beat Jade at the end of the fatal blow event and became the new Maître de midi. A candidate who had not hidden his joy on the set, confident then: “I’ve been waiting to participate for a long time.” The one who won 10,000 euros during his first masterstroke was back on the small screen this Sunday, August 21, to try to win the mysterious star which, at the end of the show, contained only five small boxes.
An impressive record
After proposing the name of former table tennis player Jean-Philippe Gatien on Saturday, Steph tried his luck again this Sunday, giving the name of Sean Connery. If he failed again, the one who exercises the profession of hand moulder in industry, on the other hand, impressed Jean-Luc Reichmann with this record: that of the candidate who appeared the most times for the selections of the famous TF1 game. “I wanted to come here so much, to meet you, to participate in the show that I participated in all the selections that took place in the Grand Est. I did Dijon, Nancy, Troyes, Reims, Verdun to come here“, he declared in front of a stunned presenter.
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A relentlessness that ended up paying
“I wanted to see a bit how the filming of a TV game goes. I have a little bit of culture, I said to myself ‘why not join the useful to the pleasant’”, he added before entrusting that his sons of 15 and 17 years, as well as his wife, whom he met in discotheque, also pushed him to participate in 12 strokes of noon. A relentlessness that ended up paying: after waiting “seven years” and passed ten selections, Stéphane was finally selected to participate in the game broadcast every noon. And again, it was not won, since it is following a withdrawal that he finally found himself on the set, as told by Jean-Luc Reichmann, flabbergasted. Let’s hope that after all this waiting, the Haut-Marnais will stay in the game for a while. It seems to be off to a good start…
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