because he is smart.
He did lose to Watson. When Brad Rutter played the limit was 5 games do he only had to win 5 games too never lose. Then he won three championships because he was the best player along with Ken Jennings whom he did beat in the championship match.
Brad Rutter first Jeopardy appearance in 2000 was limited to the maximum of 5 games and he won only $55,102, but did win the next three tournaments he was in (winning a total of 3.2 million)
Watson won Ken Jennings was second and Brad Rutter was Third
Brad Rutter was born on January 31, 1978.
Aside from them nobody else is close to there amount and Brad Rutter only won it in the tournaments he only won $55,102 playing Jeopardy. Dave Madden won $430,400 the related links list the $50,00 plus Jeopardy winners with Brad Rutter close to the bottom You see in a tournament you don't win the money as you do in Jeopardy by risking it you win a prize that you are not gambling on losing. Jerome Vered won $250,000 for the third place in the Ultimate Tournament of Champions increasing his total to $496,602
twenty including 3 tournament final multi day games
Brad Rutter's birth name is Bradford Gates Rutter.
Brad Rutter is 33 years old (birthdate: January 31, 1978).
Ken Jennings received $300,00 for second place and Brad Rutter received $200,000 for third place. Both Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter will be giving half of there winnings to charity
The Jeopardy Ask Alex Video says Brad Rutter with 3 1/4 million see related link
The games were won by Watson The IBM computer Ken Jennings was second and Brad Rutter was third
$77,000 except in the tournaments where Brad Rutter won a couple of million, but not for a single game
Brad Rutter was born on January 31, 1978.
On February 14, 15, & 16 2011 Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings will play Watson an IBM Computer
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
For the Contestants it was Brad Rutter and then Ken Jennings see related links Sony Pictures Television has made the most money for non contestants. Rutter will compete alongside Jennings in a special match against IBM's Watson in 2011.
Brad Rutter Ken Jennings
Watson will have a 3 day 2 game match against Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings see related link from Jeopardy site for more information and other links including videos
The IBM Watson Computer will have a 3 day match starting on February 14 2011. Watson will play against Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings.The games aired and they can be found in printed format on the Jeopardy Archive related links to the games
Brad Kavanagh plays Fabian Rutter.
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.
Brad Kavanagh plays Fabian Rutter on House of Anubis.
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
The game is part of a two game match spread over three days between Brad Rutter, Ken Jennings and Watson an IBM Computer. Since each game will take a day and a half the match stopped for the day with Brad and Watson with $5,000 and Ken with $2,000 and will finish on February 15 2011 in the middle of the Jeopardy episode. They will then began the second game which will end on February 16 2011
Rutter v. Jennings The following is excerpted from Wikipedia: Kenneth Wayne Jennings III (born May 23, 1974) holds the record for the longest winning streak on the U.S. syndicated game show Jeopardy! Jennings won 74 games before he was defeated by challenger Nancy Zerg on his 75th appearance. His total earnings on Jeopardy! areUS$3,022,700 ($2,520,700 in winnings, a $2,000 consolation prize on his 75th appearance, and $500,000 in the Jeopardy! Ultimate Tournament of Champions). Jennings held the record for most winnings on any game show ever played until the end of the Ultimate Tournament of Champions (first aired on May 25, 2005), when he was displaced by Brad Rutter, who defeated Jennings in that tournament. Ken also appeared as a member of the mob sitting in podium #13 from the new game show 1 vs. 100 in 2006, and in 2007 Jennings was the champion of the first season of the US version of Grand Slam. Bradford "Brad" Rutter (born January 31, 1978) is a Pennsylvania quiz show host, most widely known as a contestant on the U.S. syndicated game show Jeopardy!. As of 2007, he has won more money on a game show than any other person in history. Rutter became an undefeated five-time champion on Jeopardy! in 2000 and has since won an unprecedented three Jeopardy! tournament titles: the 2001 Tournament of Champions, the Million Dollar Masters Tournament, and the Ultimate Tournament of Champions. In the finals of the Ultimate Tournament, Rutter decisively defeated Ken Jennings and Jerome Vered to become the show's biggest money winner to date, with a total earnings of $3,255,102. In twenty games, Rutter has never lost a full match of Jeopardy! (Rutter has trailed at the end of the first game of a two-day match twice-against Rick Knutsen in the first game of the Finals of the 2001 Tournament of Champions, and against John Cuthbertson in the first game of the semifinals of the Ultimate Tournament of Champions-but he ultimately won both of those matches with a higher two-day cumulative score.) Given his unequaled records and crushing victories over otherwise highly successful Jeopardy! champions (such as Jennings, Vered, Eric Newhouse, Bob Verini, Doug Lach, Tad Carithers, John Beck, and Chris Miller), Rutter is one of the best Jeopardy! players of the Trebek era.