After taking home $118,816 in Tuesday night’s game — his second-highest single-game winnings so far, and the second-highest single-game winnings in Jeopardy! history — Holzhauer’s 14-day total reached a massive $1,061,554. Jeopardy! GOAT Ken Jennings was the first player to hit a million, which he reached in his 32nd game.
I don't think he's a slam dunk winner in this scenario. He won't be able to control the board the way he did during his run when he's up against players of Jennings and Ruters caliber. Even in the most recent Jeopardy champions tournament, he was given a pretty good test against Emma Boettcher, the woman who ended his win streak.
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'Jeopardy GOAT Tournament': Oscar Trivia Question Stumps All 3 Champions, and Social Media Weighs In Some Jeopardy fans are feeling pretty smug after Thursday's episode of The Greatest of All Time tournament managed to stump three of the biggest earners in the show's history with a question about Oscar winners that had some movie junkies ...
But for the third night, Jennings showed he may be the “GOAT” by racking up an episode total of $67,600. Holzhauer finished in second place with $33,692 and Rutter in third with $23,467. Tonight’s contest started off with stiff competition. Jennings got off to a quick start racking up $3,000 before the first Daily Double.