James Holzhauer dominates much anticipated 'Jeopardy!' rematch vs. Emma Boettcher

James Holzhauer and Emma Boettcher finally reunited in the Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions two-night final. Boettcher knocked Holzhauer out of regular Jeopardy! play back in June, when he was only $58,484 short of Ken Jennings’s massive $2.62 million in winnings. Ever since that day, fans have been hoping for a rematch.

Leading up to the rematch, Holzhauer had playfully tweeted about getting his revenge. He got off to a hot start, answering 23 clues correctly. Boettcher was only able to get 13 correct answers, so going into Final Jeopardy, Holzhauer ($37,412) had nearly three times as much money as Boettcher ($13,200).

Boettcher went all in with her wager for the category “Old Testament Book.” The clue was, “By Hebrew word count, the longest book bears this name that led to a word for a long complaint or rant.” Emma correctly answered, “What is Jeremiah?”

Holzhauer also got the correct answer and bid $11,914, bringing his grand total for the first night to $49,326. Fans took to Twitter to discuss his dominant performance.

It should be noted that there is a third contestant in the finals, Francois Barcomb. Unfortunately he ended the night with only $1,800 and it is highly unlikely he will pose much of a threat to the other juggernauts.

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