The quirky, funky bartender from New York City was at it again last night, winning his eleventh consecutive game and primed to surpass the $400,000 total winnings milestone.
Austin Rogers, the internet darling of Jeopardy won his eighth straight game, surpassing $300,000 in total winnings, and clarifies who is partner was.
Austin Rogers isn’t just winning on Jeopardy!, he’s doing it in style; his own wacky, goofy style. And the people love it. And he’s one of the show’s all-time winners.
Alan Lin is the latest Jeopardy! champion to pile up the wins and money, but where does his numbers stand up against other winners?
Another Jeopardy contestant is making a name for themselves. As their winnings grow, so do the amount of consecutive wins. Here’s a look at the players that have the longest winning streaks in the history of Jeopardy.
Another week, another modern Jeopardy champion is making headlines and setting records. The 2010s has seen a Jeopardy resurgence in relevance; boasting multiple super champs that have made big waves in both winnings and unusual personalities.
Arthur Chu barely had enough time to reflect on his 15-minutes of fame before another Jeopardy champ started steamrolling the competition and breaking records.
Arthur Chu is the 2014 version of Jeremy Lin. I know it’s weird to compare an NBA player to a nerdy Jeopardy! contestant, but in many ways Chu and Lin are similar when you view them through the Asian-American lens.
Are you looking to bingewatch all 9 shows of Arthur Chu’s dynasty? Here’s the Arthur Chu mega-playlist.
Influence what you can influence, Arthur. Smash that buzzer multiple times. Click it furiously by your microphone. ClickClickClickClick
When Arthur Chu got the call to be on Jeopardy!, Chu decided to look up “Jeopardy strategies” not only so he could increase his chances of winning and not fall flat on his face on national TV, but so he could pull in max greenbacks.