James Holzhauer's 18th appearance in his historical edition of "Jeopardy!" dropped to 18 dollars.
The 34-year-old Las Vegas player survived his biggest sweat to this point when he deposed Adam Levin, a sports information director from Massachusetts, in a close match to the final Danger! in the wake of Monday.
Holzhauer finished the race at $ 54,017, just ahead of Levin, who scored the highest non-winning point in show history at $ 53,999, according to thejeopardyfan.com.
at $ 1,329,604. He's just former champion Ken Jennings on the show's regular earnings list. Jennings won more than $ 2.5 million in a 2004 winning streak in 2004. Holzhauer is well on his way to outperforming Jennings in 34 games. in the striking area of Holzhauer. Levin, a 46-year-old spokesman for the sports department at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts, left Holzhauer $ 6,51
Both competitors responded with the correct answer: "The oldest of these corporate improvement groups, founded in Marseille in 1599, uses" de "instead of" in the name of ". "Everyone wrote:" Chamber of Commerce. "
Woodcutter had 17 of his 18 Final Jeopardy right! Trials.
" I did everything I could, and the best I could, and I had a few bucks less, but I would not act, "Levin told the Boston Globe." I had as wide a smile as I could because I lived the dream. "