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Teen Win, Lose or Draw was the game show based on Pictionary and on the American series of the same name where two teams of three would draw puzzles to help contestants win money.
Two teams of three players (consisting of one celebrity, and two teen contestants) played the game in a battle-of-the-sexes-manner (boys vs. girls). Unlike the adult version, contestants played for points & prizes, not money.
In the first round, one player from each team had two minutes to draw as many words as he/she could to convey to his/her partners. There were 10 words in all and each word was a clue to a puzzle. Each correct answer was worth five points, and when time was up, host Darren announced the clues the team got right and if the team could solve the puzzle using those clues, they would earn a 25 point bonus. If they couldn't, the opposing team got a chance to solve the puzzle and steal the points. So each puzzle was worth up to 75 points.
In the second round, the drawer had 90 seconds (1 1/2 minutes) to draw up to three two-word phrases. Each one was worth 15 points for a maximum total of 45 points.
Round 3 saw the drawer draw up to four clues to a famous person. The drawer chose a person in a blind draw and Darren revealed a card that represented what field the subject was from. After each correct clue, the team in control was asked to make a guess at the risk of a steal from the other team if they were wrong. The more clues were used, the less it was worth. The first clue was worth 50 points, the second was worth 30, third 20, and forth 10.
The final round of the game was called the Speed Round. In the speed round, the drawer had 90 seconds (1 1/2 minutes) to draw as many words and phrases as he/she could. Each correct answer was worth 10 points, and the drawer could pass no more than twice. The team in the lead went first followed by the trailing team; in case of a tie, the team that started the entire game went first. After both teams played the speed round, the team with the most points won the game, and the teen contestants on the winning team each won a prize package.