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'''John Wallace''' was a quarter-finalist of [[Series 5]].
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'''John Wallace''' was an [[octochamp]] in [[Series 5]] and a participant In [[Championship of Champions II]].
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An airways passenger services duty controller from Crawley, Surrey, he made his debut beating [[Richard Maddox]], and rattled off a further seven wins to become an [[octochamp]] and the clear #1 seed for the final stages. However, Wallace was beaten in the quarter-final by [[Robert Violett]] {{score|67|49}}.
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An airways passenger services duty controller from Crawley in Surrey, he beat [[Richard Maddox]] on his début, and rattled off a further seven wins to become an octochamp – the third ever after [[William Bradford]] and [[Mark Nyman]] and the clear #1 seed for the final stages. However, Wallace was beaten in the quarter-final by [[Robert Violett]] {{score|67|49}}.
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Wallace returned for [[Championship of Champions II]], beating [[Ian Bebbington]] in the first round before losing to [[Pete Evans]] in the semi-final. He made a further return for [[Countdown Masters]].
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Wallace returned for Championship of Champions II, beating [[Ian Bebbington]] in the first round before losing to [[Pete Evans]] in the semi-final. He made a further return for [[Countdown Masters]].
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Wallace was only the third person, after [[William Bradford]] and [[Mark Nyman]], to achieve [[octochamp]] status. 
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==Episodes==
==Episodes==

Latest revision as of 18:11, 11 February 2020

John Wallace was an octochamp in Series 5 and a participant In Championship of Champions II.

An airways passenger services duty controller from Crawley in Surrey, he beat Richard Maddox on his début, and rattled off a further seven wins to become an octochamp – the third ever after William Bradford and Mark Nyman – and the clear #1 seed for the final stages. However, Wallace was beaten in the quarter-final by Robert Violett 67 – 49.

Wallace returned for Championship of Champions II, beating Ian Bebbington in the first round before losing to Pete Evans in the semi-final. He made a further return for Countdown Masters.

Episodes

# Date Type Contestant 1 Score Contestant 2 Guest Lex Max
217 28/11/1984 P Richard Maddox 25 – 46 John Wallace Eve Pollard Yvonne Warburton 71
218 29/11/1984 P John Wallace 58 – 55 Ian Channing Eve Pollard Yvonne Warburton 74
219 30/11/1984 P John Wallace 32 – 23 Margaret Johnson Eve Pollard Yvonne Warburton 70
220 3/12/1984 P John Wallace 51 – 35 Lewis Murray Eve Pollard Yvonne Warburton 81
221 4/12/1984 P Johnathan Burrows 44 – 58 John Wallace John Junkin Yvonne Warburton 72
222 5/12/1984 P Barry Passfield 51 – 54 John Wallace John Junkin Yvonne Warburton 72
223 6/12/1984 P John Wallace 52 – 41 Denis Barber John Junkin Yvonne Warburton 70
224 7/12/1984 P Kath Cheetham 51 – 53 John Wallace John Junkin Yvonne Warburton 72
228 13/12/1984 QF John Wallace 49 – 67 Robert Violett Gyles Brandreth Yvonne Warburton 69
401 3/04/1986 CQF John Wallace 59 – 38 Ian Bebbington Gyles Brandreth Catherine Clarke 82
402 4/04/1986 CSF Peter Evans 55 – 48 John Wallace Gyles Brandreth Catherine Clarke 87
M1 3/4/89-7/4/89 Masters 1 Nita Marr 114 – 69 John Wallace N/A Catherine Clarke 134
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