Man wins over $110K, breaks single-day record on 'Jeopardy!'

Bessie Dean
April 11, 2019

The previous record was $30,000 less than what Holzhauer claimed Tuesday: a $77,000 win by Roger Craig on September 19, 2010, according to a release by the show.

His final wager was carefully chosen so that he could end up with exactly $110,914, a number he has admitted references his daughter's birthday of November 9, 2014. Overall, Holzhauer has won $244,365 in four games. He'll face two new challengers Wednesday. He also put $38,314 on Final Jeopardy.

The show said in a news release that James Holzhauer won the game with a total of $110,914.

James Holzhauer, 34, claimed the jackpot in his fourth consecutive night as victor.

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Furthermore, he appeared on the show 500 Questions in 2015, reported.

At the end of Tuesday's show-which was taped in February-host Alex Trebek suggested that Holzhauer could be on his way to matching the achievements of Jennings, who holds the longest winning streak on Jeopardy!, with 74 consecutive wins.

Holzhauer, a 34-year-old sports gambler from Las Vegas, surpassed the single-game winnings record of $77,000 that Roger Craig set in 2010 when he walked away with a grand total of $110,914 on last night's broadcast.

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