74 games by Ken Jennings
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Ken Jennings won 74 straight games before losing in game 75.
In the year 2004, Ken Jennings won 74 consecutive games on Jeopardy. In his 75th appearance, he was beaten by Nancy Zerg, who finished the day with $14,401 to Jennings' final total of $8,799.
75 games for Ken Jennings
74 games - by Ken Jennings.
Ken Jennings with 74 games
On November 30 2004 Ken Jennings Lost to Nancy Zerg see related links There is also a link to Ken Jennings Jeopardy Archive Page
Ken Jennings won 74 consecutive games before losing in his 75th.
Jennings won 74 Jeopardy! games before he was defeated by challenger Nancy Zerg on his 75th appearance. Brad Rutter beat Ken Jennings in the Ultimate Tournament of Champions on May 25 2005.
Ken Jennings 74 games before he lost on the 75 game and a bunch of tournaments
They stay on until they lose. The record is 74 games before he lost his 75 game for Ken Jennings
A winner of 74 games in a row on the Jeopardy Game show and second highest Jeopardy cash winner. see related link for additional information on him
Ken Jennings won 74 Jeopardy games in a row, from June 2nd to November 30th, 2004. He won $2,520,700
The games were won by Watson The IBM computer Ken Jennings was second and Brad Rutter was third
He was never tied. The next person has way less Jeopardy winnings
Ken Jennings losing on the 75th Game
The most successful returning champion after this rule change was implemented was Ken Jennings, who won 74 consecutive games and a total of $2,520,700, breaking several records for both Jeopardy! and American game shows in general. Ken went on to win another $1,000,000 on the Jeopardy Ultimate Tournament of Champions. see related links
Ken Jenniings won a record 74 times in a row. Over 3 Million in total earnings (2.2 Millions in his 75 games and 500k for 2nd place on the Tournament of Champions.
The two Games were spread over February 14, 15, & 16 and were won by Watson with Ken Jennings taking second place
Watson won Ken Jennings was second and Brad Rutter was Third
There was not a final Jeopardy on February 14, 2011 as the match with IBM Supercomputer Watson will be 2 games over 3 days.Sony rewards Category answer was there was no final Jeopardy Category What was Ken Jennings final Score $2,000there was no final jeopardy
“Jeopardy!” record-holder Ken Jennings will be the first in a series of interim hosts replacing Alex Trebek when the show resumes.
Ken is a very smart man. He knows his stuff... he appeared on Jeopardy 74 times before getting beaten on his 75th appearance. His total winning's on Jeopardy was an outstanding.. $2.52 million.