Andrew Guy was the champion of Series 3.
An 18-year old student from Leeds, he entered the quarter-finals as #6 seed, having only won two heats of the show. He comfortably defeated #3 seed Allan Simmons in the quarter-finals before beating #2 seed, the first ever octochamp William Bradford in the semis. In the final, he unscrambled the crucial conundrum RREEALOTC in 3 seconds to pull off a major upset and defeat the hotly-favoured #1 seed Mark Nyman to become the third series champion. He returned for Championship of Champions I, but was defeated in the quarter-finals 61 – 48 by Russell Byers. Andrew did not play in the Supreme Championship.
|#||Date||Type||Contestant 1||Score||Contestant 2||Guest||Lex||Max|
|105||31/10/1983||P||Andrew Guy||57 – 32||Christopher Tunnah||Gyles Brandreth||Yvonne Warburton||74|
|106||1/11/1983||P||Andrew Guy||61 – 39||Phil Slade||Gyles Brandreth||Yvonne Warburton||70|
|107||2/11/1983||P||Andrew Guy||50 – 51||Syd Spilsbury||Gyles Brandreth||Yvonne Warburton||71|
|128||8/12/1983||QF||Andrew Guy||62 – 35||Allan Simmons||Ned Sherrin||Julia Swannell||70|
|131||14/12/1983||SF||William Bradford||42 – 65||Andrew Guy||Ned Sherrin||Julia Swannell||67|
|132||15/12/1983||GF||Andrew Guy||92 – 85||Mark Nyman||Ned Sherrin,|
|187||17/10/1984||CQF||Andrew Guy||48 – 61||Russell Byers||Ned Sherrin||Yvonne Warburton||75|
|M101||4/03/1991-8/03/1991||M||Ian Bebbington||99 – 86||Andrew Guy||none||??|