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The winner keeps what he/she has won, the second place finisher receives $2000 and the third place finisher receives $1000. When the defending champion does not win a match, he/she gets to keep what he/she won in previous games, as well as the consolation prize for second or third place for that match.

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The winner keeps the winnings and comes back to play again. Second place pays $2000 and third $1000


No, the second place contestant gets $2,000 and the third place contestant gets $1,000. Though, in the Art Fleming version of the show, all contestants kept their winnings regardless of outcome.


1$ and then there was the show that had no winner and all 3 tied


Only the winner gets to keep the amount that he wins.


Of the three contestants, the one who finishes with the most money wins the game and gets to keep the money. The contestant who finishes in second place receives $2000 and the third place finisher receives $1000. The winner of the show gets to return to play two new challengers. If the returning champion wins, that day's winnings are added to his previous winnings. If he finishes in second place, he receives $2000 for that game in addition to his previous winnings, if he finishes in third place, he receives $1000 plus previous winnings.


One dollar. Provided the other 2 contestants are left with 0 at the end of final jeopardy.


Jeopardy! does not cover contestants' expenses. All contestants have to pay their own way to Los Angeles, which includes lodging and meals. Everyone on the show wins some money, though. Third place gets $1000, second place gets $2000 and the winner keeps what he makes.


I'm sure that on some game shows the winner does not always win a car!


Of the three contestants, the one who finishes with the most money wins the game and gets to keep the money. The contestant who finishes in second place receives $2000 and the third place finisher receives $1000. The winner of the show gets to return to play two new challengers. If the returning champion wins, that day's winnings are added to his previous winnings. If he finishes in second place, he receives $2000 for that game in addition to his previous winnings, if he finishes in third place, he receives $1000 plus previous winnings.


Of the three contestants, the one who finishes with the most money wins the game and gets to keep the money. The contestant who finishes in second place receives $2000 and the third place finisher receives $1000. The winner of the show gets to return to play two new challengers. If the returning champion wins, that day's winnings are added to his previous winnings. If he finishes in second place, he receives $2000 for that game in addition to his previous winnings, if he finishes in third place, he receives $1000 plus previous winnings.


Of the three contestants, the one who finishes with the most money wins the game and gets to keep the money. The contestant who finishes in second place receives $2000 and the third place finisher receives $1000. The winner of the show gets to return to play two new challengers. If the returning champion wins, that day's winnings are added to his previous winnings. If he finishes in second place, he receives $2000 for that game in addition to his previous winnings, if he finishes in third place, he receives $1000 plus previous winnings.


Of the three contestants, the one who finishes with the most money wins the game and gets to keep the money. The contestant who finishes in second place receives $2000 and the third place finisher receives $1000. The winner of the show gets to return to play two new challengers. If the returning champion wins, that day's winnings are added to his previous winnings. If he finishes in second place, he receives $2000 for that game in addition to his previous winnings, if he finishes in third place, he receives $1000 plus previous winnings.


Of the three contestants, the one who finishes with the most money wins the game and gets to keep the money. The contestant who finishes in second place receives $2000 and the third place finisher receives $1000. The winner of the show gets to return to play two new challengers. If the returning champion wins, that day's winnings are added to his previous winnings. If he finishes in second place, he receives $2000 for that game in addition to his previous winnings, if he finishes in third place, he receives $1000 plus previous winnings.


Sean Hansen, an assistant professor of management information systems originally from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,001)


Kids week on Jeopardy was week of July 5-9 2010 and the 5 games that have been added to the related links. The winner was different for each show and it was not a tournament with a single winner. The links provide a detailed record of the games and list the contestants and the score at each new part of the game. see related linksKids week on Jeopardy was week of July 5-9 2010 and the 5 games that have been added to the related links. The winner was different for each show and it was not a tournament with a single winner. The links provide a detailed record of the games and list the contestants and the score at each new part of the game. see related links


In some states the money will go the estate of the deceased winner.


Ultimate Tournament of Champions winner Brad Rutter won 2,000.000 dollars more to add to use career winning. Ken Jennings won a half million in that tournament for total career winnings of $3,022,700, but less than the over 3 and a quarter million career winnings by Brad Rutter


They aren't paid. The winner gets a recording contract and is therefore paid but the other contestants aren't.



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There are two winner categories for The Biggest Loser. The winner among the finalists was Ryan. The winner of the eliminated contestants was Dave.


On the regular season, Ken Jennings with 2.5 million dollars (he also broke the single day winnings record with 75,000,it was 52,000.00), unless you count the tournament of champions in which case it will be brad rutter with 3.2 million


They do not play final Jeopardy The lowest score still gets $1.000 and the second lowest or second place winner gets $2,000 and the one closest to zero comes back to play Wikipedia says that it happened back during the Art Fleming network Jeopardy shows and is quoted here: "Contestants who finish Double Jeopardy! with $0 or a negative score are not allowed to participate in the game's final round, Final Jeopardy! Instead, they leave the game and receive the third place prize, which has been $1,000 since May 16, 2002" "On at least one Fleming-hosted episode, all three contestants finished Double Jeopardy! with $0 or less, and as a result, no Final Jeopardy! round was played that day."


The contestants were the following individuals and the winner is in bold typeContestantsAndrew Van Duyn, a junior from Wheaton, Illinois Final score: $6,000Raya Elias-Pushett, a junior from Aventura, Florida Final Score: $22,530Nikhil Desai, a junior from Fremont, California Final Score: $32,801


The viewers can vote for the contestants after they are narrowed down to 24



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