Teenager. Incredible. Unbelievable guest that had people gasping on the "Wheel of fortune" even pat and Vanna, with two letters the contestant nails it. Now he's speaking out about how he thinks he... See More
Teenager. Incredible. Unbelievable guest that had people gasping on the "Wheel of fortune" even pat and Vanna, with two letters the contestant nails it. Now he's speaking out about how he thinks he solved it so fast. Ryan Owens talks to the big winner. "D." And a vowel. Reporter: So maybe he's not so good at guessing the letters. Vanna, hello, Vanna. This looks tough to me. Reporter: But the words, he's a whiz at that. Good luck. New baby buggy. New baby -- new -- That's it. Oh. Oh, my god. Reporter: No one could believe it, least of all 25-year-old Emil de Leon. I was very scatterbrained at that time. Reporter: How did he do it. The nursing student said it came to mind because he had just been studying pediatrics. Spot in my head like what could possibly be that a baby could use using those letters. Reporter: So baby was on the brain. Had baby on the brain. Reporter: Pat say jack was so skeptical he frisked Emil then he tweeted "Most amazing solve in my 30 plus years on the show, no kidding" it has spun good fortune before. In 2010 a fashion editor nailed it working with just one of 27 letters. I've got a good feeling about this. That's right. Reporter: Emil won $45,000 for that shot in the dark. What will he do with the money? Now it's your turn to play. Pay off school loans. Reporter: Good guess. For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Los Angeles. Oh, man.
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