How Jeopardy! champion James Holzhauer continues to set records

He’s made over $1 million on the game show in record time – and he’s not showing any signs of stopping. “Nightline” examines the professional gambler’s life and his impressive winning strategy.

source

Author: avn bot

ANGELHOUSE © 2009 - 2020 | HOSTING BY PHILLYFINEST369 SERVER STATS| & THE IDIOTS ROBOT AND CONTROL INC. |(RSS FEED MODULE)| ALL YOUTUBE VIDEOS IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF GOOGLE INC. THE YOUTUBE CHANNELS AND BLOG FEEDS IS MANAGED BY THERE RIGHTFUL OWNERS (AVNBLOGFEED.COM)

27 thoughts on “How Jeopardy! champion James Holzhauer continues to set records

  1. What a great video! Although James is originally from Chicago, we here in Las Vegas are so proud and excited for him. He has been very philanthropic as well. James has donated to several of our local non-profits for children. We can't thank him enough for his generosity and human kindness. Continued success to you James in all you do.

  2. 30 wins now.
    2.52 million in normal-show winnings which means he just passed the record held by Ken Jennings.
    And his average over the entire 30 episodes is bigger than the previous SINGLE DAY record.
    James Holzhauer broke Jeopardy 🙂

  3. Maybe Sony can come up with this idea: a second Super Jeopardy tournament!

    Eligible contestants: 36 past Jeopardy champions (not 36 people that get invited)

    Flat prize for the quarter-finalists that don't advance: $10,000

    Flat prize for the semi-finalists that don't advance: $20,000

    Flat prize for the third-place winner: $30,000

    Flat prize for the second-place winner: $50,000

    Prize for the champion: $500,000

    Point value for clues in the Jeopardy round (starting from the top going down): 400; 800; 1200; 1600; 2000

    Point value for clues in the Double Jeopardy round (starting from the top going down): 1000; 2000; 3000; 4000; 5000

    Minimum amount of points for finding a Daily Double: 10,

    Tournament length: summer of 2021 (over a course of 13 weeks)

    Network to air it: ABC

    Hosts: Jeff Foxworthy (quarter-final games), Dan Patrick (semi-final games), and Alex Trebek (final game)

Leave a Reply