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Charles Ingram Cheats on Who Wants to Be A Millionaire

Youtube is a dangerous place. Every so often when I decide it's time to go to bed, I shut my laptop down so there is a physical barrier between me and the internet. However, the problem is that I then clibm into bed and start browsing on my phone. I was doing this the other night, and stumbled upon a video about Charles Ingram, who cheated his way to the million dollar question on the British version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. I've embedded the first part below, and have links to the rest of the show below that. Included at the end of these videos is his full run from the first question to the final answer.

Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, and Part 5

B.O.B vs. Bobby Ray - Where Are You Guitar Cover Chords and Tabs

I've been listening to the new B.O.B album, and thought one of the songs might sound good to play on guitar. I couldn't find the chords or tab online, so I messed around a bit and figured them out.

I play it with a capo on the first fret so that the one time I need that first fret pushed it already is. It doesn't matter if you have a capo seeing as you never play any open strings.

I use bar chords but wrap my thumb around the neck to hold the low E (demonstration video).
The picking pattern I use is very similar to the one used in "Stop this Train". You can find a youtube tutorial here.

F# : 204320
G#: 406540
G#/A: 564544
A#m :688666

If you find the G#/A is too hard, you can use a modified version: 506540
The X on the low E string represents a slap as you strum the string with your other fingers (like in the Stop this Train video).



Here's the video to help:

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