(The picture you posted above was much bigger and you can really see numbers on it!)
Sorry puddin, can't view the previews for next week as there's country restrictions.
But besides the shot above which shows Meghan counting away with the chips.. are there any other shots which shows the chips clearly? At least, the top of the chip.
The yellow chips on the shot above definitely contained DIFFERENT numbers on it. The one on the most bottom left shows 225(?) while some chips next to it shows other values on it.
And this brings me to a daring speculation, that teams have to find the chips with numbers on it (most of the chips will not contain numbers) and stack them up and get the correct value for each corresponding colour. I'm skeptical about it being a memory challenge but more of a "perseverence" challenge as if the producers wants to make this task a little more evil, only one side of the chips will have numbers on it.
Imagine if team members have to gather EVERY yellow, red, blue, green and maybe even other colours chips with numbers on it, then count it correctly to get the correct value. Worst of all, all the chips will contain different values on it?
It can prove to be a very disastrous challenge if a team member just miss out ONE chip with numbers on it accidentally. Teams can even get stuck here for hours i believe.
Or either way, they need to complete a task somewhat similar to the task i've described above.. just different variations to it maybe. Perhaps it may after all be related to a memory task, for example the red chips might represent the 1000 license plate on the first leg and team members have to find EVERY single red chip with 1000 value on it and then stack it in order and find out how many red chips they found and vice versa. If the team member actually stacked up red chips with other values on it.. then they will be completely wrong?
No idea.. but this may be exciting to watch!!