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Who won the Jeopardy Tournament of Champions – Amy Schneider or Andrew He?

Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions Winner

The following story contains a massive spoiler from Monday Risk! Proceed at your own risk

Risk!Monday’s annual Tournament of Champions wrapped up in dramatic fashion with Amy Schneider He beat Andrew He in the sixth match of the competition.

Schneider was the first to win three matches against he who was victorious in two final matches. Meanwhile, Sam Battery won one game in the best-of-seven series. With Schneider winning, the grand prize of $250,000 was taken, with his and Pottery’s second- and third-place tallies of $100,000 and $50,000.

“I feel amazing,” Schneider declared after her win. “Earlier in the finals, I had this sudden moment of seeing myself and being like ‘I’m on stage in the Tournament of Champions finals,’ and it was crazy. And I won! It feels amazing.”

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Patry bet it all and didn’t make the correct response, while both Schneider and Schneider responded correctly. His bet was $2,801, and he ended up with $17,001; Schneider bets $13,000 against a final outcome of $28,600 to win the game and the tournament.

The Tournament of Champions Finals was a rematch between Schneider and her. In the pair’s first round in Season 38, Schneider ended his five-game streak and began her historic 40-game winning streak, which she led to second all-time behind lone host Ken Jennings.

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“We both want [compete against him] Schneider said about it. “I knew he was one of the best competitors in the business. He was definitely someone who I knew could beat me because he almost did it before, and he did a few times here too.”

Schneider introduced Risk! history as the first transgender contestant to compete in — and now win over – table of contents.

“I’m going to keep getting out there and being me,” she said. “Being in places that people like me have never been to before, it’s very powerful work.”