According to Vulture, each tournament episode will feature two back-to-back games, and the player with the most combined winnings from the two games wins the "match".
Even while going through grueling rounds of cancer treatment, Trebek says he's always able to rally once the Jeopardy! cameras start rolling: "For some reason, I can suck it up when [announcer] Johnny [Gilbert] introduces me, and it doesn't matter how I've been feeling before that moment in my dressing room backstage... it's just showtime". The Greatest of All Time on Tuesday with Jennings taking Day 1 by a mere 200 points over Holzhauer.
The victor of each match will be determined by the total score of both games, and the first to win three matches will win the $1 million prize.
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Meanwhile, in 2004, Jennings won his record 74 consecutive regular-season games.
Mike Eruzione, a Winthrop native who played at Boston University, scored the go-ahead goal with exactly 10 minutes left in the game to put the USA up, 4-3, then helped the team hold on for the upset victory.
Holzhauer has the highest single-game winnings at $131,127. Rutter, 41, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania worked at a records store before his "Jeopardy!" success.
"In the past 20 years of my life, I have slowed down a step or two", Trebek said.
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Who won the first episode of Jeopardy's Tournament of Champions? Rutter admitted his "recall" isn't quite what it was in 2000.
"I love the life 'Jeopardy!' gave me".
And he's one night closer to his goal.
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The safety also was named the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2010, helping the Steelers to the Super Bowl that season. He played his final two National Football League seasons with the 49ers in 2008 and '09.