AMY SCHNEIDER WINS “JEOPARDY!” A Tournament Of Champions With Icing On The Cake Of Great Years

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In this undated photo courtesy of Jeopardy Productions, Inc., “Jeopardy!” host Ken Jennings (left) walks out of the contestants who won the show’s tournament of champions on the episode airing November 21, 2022. Posing with Amy Schneider.

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New Yorkforty victories Amy Schneider capped off her big year by winning a hard-fought “Jeopardy!” Tournament of Champions episode aired on Monday.

Schneider, a writer from Oakland, California, won three tournament finals, narrowly beating Andrew Hee, a software developer from neighboring San Francisco, who won two. The third contestant, Sam Buttrey, was another Californian. He won his one game.

Schneider had a 40-game winning streak earlier this year. This is her second longest in the history of her show, a game that began when she defeated her Hell.

She said she wanted to compete again with him, known for his cold-blooded big bets on the show’s Daily Doubles, and was afraid of him.

“He was someone I knew could definitely beat me.

Schneider led He by $1,400 into Final Jeopardy, and the prompt was:

Correct Answer: “What is ‘Our American Cousin’?”

Both Schneider and He answered correctly, but Schneider made the bigger bet. She won the grand prize of $250,000, he came in second place to her for $100,000, and Buttrey won $50,000.

On April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was fatally shot and wounded by John Wilkes Booth during a performance of “American Cousins” at the Ford’s Theater in Washington. AMY SCHNEIDER WINS “JEOPARDY!” A Tournament Of Champions With Icing On The Cake Of Great Years

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