How Michael Larson Broke A Game Show�s Code And Walked Away With $110,000

How Michael Larson Broke A Game Show�s Code And Walked Away With $110,000

Michael Larson October Hill (CD, Music, Christian, ION Records, 2009, New) #Christian

Michael Larson October Hill (CD, Music, Christian, ION Records, 2009, New) #Christian

Paul Michael Larson (May 10, 1949 – February 16, 1999) was a contestant on the American television game show Press Your Luck in May 1984 that aired on TV in June 1984. Larson won $110,237 in cash and prizes, at the time the largest one-day total ever won on a game show. Larson was able to win by memorizing the patterns used on the Press Your Luck game board.

Paul Michael Larson (May 10, 1949 – February 16, 1999) was a contestant on the American television game show Press Your Luck in May 1984 that aired on TV in June 1984. Larson won $110,237 in cash and prizes, at the time the largest one-day total ever won on a game show. Larson was able to win by memorizing the patterns used on the Press Your Luck game board.

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In 1984, a man named Michael Larson won $110,237 on "Press Your Luck" — more than double the winnings of any other game show contestant in history at the time. But his success wasn't due to luck alone.

In 1984, a man named Michael Larson won $110,237 on "Press Your Luck" — more than double the winnings of any other game show contestant in history at the time. But his success wasn't due to luck alone.

The Sleep Shepherd Blue uses brainwave sensors and binaural beats in a biofeedback loop to improve sleep quality and tracking accuracy.

The Sleep Shepherd Blue uses brainwave sensors and binaural beats in a biofeedback loop to improve sleep quality and tracking accuracy.

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Make 100: 'Kickstarter Green' Hands-free Head Massagers by Michael Larson —Kickstarter

Make 100: 'Kickstarter Green' Hands-free Head Massagers by Michael Larson —Kickstarter

PHOTO: Michael Larson, 54, an engineering professor at the University of Colorado, invented The Sleep Shepherd after his daughter Jessica, 20, was diagnosed with narcolepsy 3 years ago.

PHOTO: Michael Larson, 54, an engineering professor at the University of Colorado, invented The Sleep Shepherd after his daughter Jessica, 20, was diagnosed with narcolepsy 3 years ago.

Nautical Wedding Theme Ideas Navy and White. From top left: groomsmen by Carla Ten Eyck; bridal shoes by Steven Michael Photo; bridal party photo via Shell and Chinoiserie; wedding cake via The Knot; invitations by Lucerne Ave. on Etsy; table setting photo by Natalie Franke; boat shoes photo by Michael Larson Photographers

Nautical Wedding Theme Ideas Navy and White. From top left: groomsmen by Carla Ten Eyck; bridal shoes by Steven Michael Photo; bridal party photo via Shell and Chinoiserie; wedding cake via The Knot; invitations by Lucerne Ave. on Etsy; table setting photo by Natalie Franke; boat shoes photo by Michael Larson Photographers

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