The three Jeopardy legends will continue their GOAT tournament on Wednesday. The two were neck-and-neck, both responding correctly in Double Jeopardy, with Jennings wagering more.
The "Greatest of All Time" format differs from a regular game. Instead, it will last an hour, starting at 8 p.m. ET on January 7.
Because the tournament is an hour instead of the normal half hour, there will be two games per show, and the player with the most money at the end of the two games will win the match.
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The first-place victor will receive $1 million and the two runners-up will get $250,000 each. The unusual structure means the tournament, which was taped in November, could take as little as three nights or as many as seven.
Jennings trailed Holzhauer by 2,800 heading into the final question of the second game and was able to bet conservatively, while Holzhauer again went all-in.
The Lancaster native was the favorite going into the match to win the "Jeopardy!". Holzhauer seemed to do just fine in last fall's Tournament of Champions, but I didn't think the clues seemed noticeably more hard than the regular season. Holzhauer was just $200 shy with $63,200.
Not a single missed answer occurred during the first segment of the game. They will be opposed by Brad Rutter, who has won the most money in Jeopardy history due to his number of tournament wins.
Jennings, who holds the "Jeopardy!" record with 74 straight victories, got a big win in the first game, getting 45,000 points, topping Holzhauer by 16,600.