Win, Lose or Draw (UK game show)

Win, Lose or Draw (UK game show)

Win, Lose or Draw was an television game show that aired for several seasons in the ITV daytime schedule in the early 1990s, produced by SMG Productions (Scottish Television). The game was based on an American television game show of the same name. It was hosted originally by Allan Stewart, but more famously by Danny Baker, Shane Richie and Bob Mills. A teen version was also aired, hosted by Darren Day, and a Gaelic version, De Tha Seo?, was broadcast in Scotland only, presented by Norman Maclean. The show was later revived, again by ITV, for their late night schedule in 2004, hosted by Liza Tarbuck.

Gameplay

Win, Lose or Draw was essentially based on the board game Pictionary. There were two teams, each composed of two celebrities and one non-celebrity. Three women played against three men. The teams took turns guessing a phrase, title, or thing that one teammate was drawing on a large pad of paper with markers. There could be no talking by the one who was drawing, nor inscription of letters, numbers, or symbols. However, if a team mentioned a word that was part of the answer, the player at the sketch-pad could write it.

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