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'Wheel of Fortune' puzzle solve stuns host and contestant

Can you solve this puzzle? Can you solve this puzzle?
Sajak, Emil, and even the production crew were stunned by the amazing solve. Sajak, Emil, and even the production crew were stunned by the amazing solve.

(WMC-TV) – Could this be the best "Wheel" solve ever? A contestant on "Wheel of Fortune" had only two letters to work with during the bonus round and somehow came up with the winning answer!

Long-time host Pat Sajak didn't have much confidence that the contestant would correctly solve the puzzle.

"Well, this looks tough to me," he laughed. "You're a very good puzzle solver, but I don't know."

The category was thing and the puzzle was three words: three letters, four letters and five letters. The first two letters are "N" and "E."

Take a guess and make it good! Now watch this video and see if you guessed correctly like contestant Emil on Wednesday's, March 19 episode of "Wheel of Fortune."

Mobile app users, click here to see the video.

Sajak, Emil, and even the production crew were stunned by the amazing solve.

"I'm, I'm rather stunned!" Sajak said, while Emil and his family celebrated his win of more than $63,000.

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