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“Jeopardy!” champion and James Holzhauer has been on another winning streak following his return to the game in order to compete in the Tournament of Champions.”
The 35-year-old professional gambler, he beat the competition in his first return to the stage after winning 32 consecutive games and will break in pieces and some of the long-running show’s earning records. The champion went to his companion to the season’s winners, Lindsey Shultz, and Alan Dunn in the third matchup of the game is to show that the two-week tournament.
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Holzhauer uses his unique strategy of the higher-paid questions are asked, stretching up to $30,653. As the New York Post notes, and he earned a share of the profits from the first two rounds. Because of his strategy, it became clear that the competitors would be likely to be mathematically unable to catch up by the end of the game.
He ended up with $14,000 and Dunn-only earned $1 a year.
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With the surprising victory, it means Holzhauer is going to play next week against the other four winners of this week’s series of games.
Holzhauer, the 32-win streak is second only to Ken Jennings, who racked up 74 wins in 2004. However, what makes Holzhauer’s streak is impressive, it is less than half the price of the games, it was bound to Jennings’ total winnings. Holzhauer won the $2,565,216 compared to Jennings’ $2,520,700.
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Depending on how the race shakes out, Holzhauer, you may end up getting a chance at redemption against Emma Boettcher, the city’s chief librarian, who ended his winning streak.