Summary of Last To Take Hand Off $1,000,000 Keeps It

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A man wins a million dollars in a challenge where the last person to take their hand off the money keeps it. He plans to spend all of the money within two days and releases a video documenting his spending.

  • 00:00:00 In the video, a group of people are trying to keep their hands on a stack of one million dollars. The last person to take their hand off the money keeps it, and the person who keeps their hand on the money wins a million dollars. Chandler, the person who is refereeing the challenge, gives a motivational speech to the contestants before they begin. One of the contestants, Jorge, drops the money and is punished with wearing a very tiny helmet for an hour. Another contestant, Mark, is willing to leave their hand on the money as long as it takes them months or years to do so.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, three people are competing to be the last to take their hand off a million dollars in cash. One of the contestants, Akira, has a twin who is identical to him, and his twin tells him that he thinks he will win. The other two contestants, Mark and Omar, are both millionaires, and while Akira is tired from the road, they both think he is a better competitor than either of them. In the end, Akira is the last person to take his hand off the cash, and he rewards Pewdiepie with a chair to sit in for five minutes as a token of his appreciation.
  • 00:10:00 The winner of the million dollar challenge is Mark, who walks away with a million dollars and a new car. All of the other contestants are relieved and congratulate him.
  • 00:15:00 This video is of a man who has won a million dollars, and he plans to spend all of it within two days. He promises that this video is real, and that it will be released within two days.

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