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Scots dad and son to appear on Episode 2 of Ant & Dec's Limitless Win

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A father and son duo from Midlothian are chancing their arm to win a life-changing amount of money on Ant and Dec's Limitless Win.

The Geordie presenting duo are back ITV's Limitless Win, a brand new game show allowing players to keep answering questions and building up as much money as they dare risk.

One of the pairs trying to win the whopping cash prize are shop owner Tony, 52, and physiotherapist son Zee, 30, who appeared just minutes before the closing sequence last week.Viewers can tune in tonight to see how much the father and son pair can walk away with.Zee revealed they entered the show together as they share a love for game shows, so fancied their chances to try and win.Tony added: "We are super competitive with each other, but thought we’d enter so we could do something together."The duo don't seem to have any solid strategies in place when it comes to winning, but seem optimistic at their chances of taking some cash home.Zee said: "You only get one chance so we are going to do our best and have a go at it and hopefully win some money."Tony continued: "We like to take risks and we trust each other's judgement impeccably.

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