Ken Jennings will not return to “Jeopardy!” after winning $1 million in the show’s “Greatest of All Time” tournament.
“I’m out,” said Jennings, 45, after winning the four-episode matchup.
“Greatest of All Time” was a first-to-three-victories competition held between the three highest winning players in the show’s history, which also included James Holzhauer and Brad Rutter.
Holzhauer won one of the matches and Rutter none.
Jennings, who established himself in “Jeopardy!” lore by winning a still-record 74 games in a row in 2004, said in an interview with The Associated Press on Wednesday that he’s starting to feel his 45 years when it comes to high-stakes competition.
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“It’s taken 15 years to get people to stop wondering how good Ken Jennings really is,” observed host Alex Trebek. “In the G.O.A.T. tournament, he now showed everyone that he had developed a calm style, delivered with knowledge, a change in betting tactics, and an improved signaling-in capability. It was fun to watch and be a part of.” Link in bio for more interviews!
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