Olli-Matti Hurme, a seaman of a cruise ship from Vesilahti, was a contestant on the 1999 autumn season of the Finnish version of the show on 17-18 December, 1999. He walked away with 10,000 marks, having answered incorrectly in the sixth question.

He was a contestant also in the 2000 spring season on 22 April. He walked away with 10,000 mk again.

WWTBAM Run (1999)Edit

Fastest Finger First Edit

Fastest Finger First Question
Starting with the biggest, put these cities in order by population.
• A: Hyvinkää • B: Lahti
• C: Kuusankoski • D: Turku
From the 5 remaining contestants, 4 got it right, but Olli-Matti (with a time of 5.44 seconds) was the fastest to correctly answer D-B-A-C, making it into the Hot Seat.

Olli-Matti's Run to the Million Edit

500 mk (1 of 15) - Not Timed
Madrid is the capital of what country?
• A: Italy • B: Andorra
• C: Spain • D: Greece

1,000 mk (2 of 15) - Not Timed
Where is International Court of Justice seated?
'Ask The Audience' lifeline used
• A: The Hague • B: Paris
• C: London • D: Berlin
Ask the Audience Results: A: 73% • B: 9% • C: 5% • D: 13%
Olli-Matti thought at first that it would be The Hague, but he decided to ask the audience. He went with the audience and won 1,000 mk. After the question, the klaxon called time, and Olli-Matti returned in the next episode.

2,500 mk (3 of 15) - Not Timed
Who has played Indiana Jones?
• A: Sean Connery • B: Nick Nolte
• C: Kevin Costner • D: Harrison Ford

5,000 mk (4 of 15) - Not Timed
What is the homeland of genuine feta cheese?
'Phone A Friend' lifeline used
• A: The Netherlands • B: France
• C: Greece • D: Spain
Olli-Matti phoned his father Kari. Kari said the answer is C: Greece. Olli-Matti went with him and won 5,000 mk.

10,000 mk (5 of 15) - Not Timed
What is the world's largest country by population?
• A: China • B: United States
• C: India • D: Russia

15,000 mk (6 of 15) - Not Timed
Who invented dynamite?
• A: Robert Oppenheimer • B: Marie Curie
• C: Alfred Nobel • D: Albert Einstein
Olli-Matti answered D: Albert Einstein, because he had seen the film 'Young Einstein' in which a "shithouse", as he called it, was blown up. The answer was incorrect, so he left with 10,000 mk.
Preceded by
Timo Toivonen
Finnish contestant
(1999 autumn season)

Olli-Matti Hurme
Succeeded by
Richard Wanamo
Preceded by
Jarmo Perttunen
Finnish contestant
(2000 spring season)

Olli-Matti Hurme
Succeeded by
Anne Saari

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