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'Jeopardy!' Champion James Holzhauer Takes Back His Packers Criticism After Aaron Rodgers Hosting Stint

After Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers' surprisingly good job as a temporary host on Jeopardy!, champion James Holzhauer is suddenly turning into a Packers fan. Holzhauer took to Twitter where he announced he was walking back on his previous statements regarding the team. "I would like to publicly redact this statement," he shared, along with a clip from a previous episode where he boldly booed the team.
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Jeopardy’s James Holzhauer Shares Sweet Alex Trebek Story On The Anniversary Of Cancer Announcement

Game show whiz James Holzhauer remembers exactly where he was when he found out Alex Trebek was battling stage 4 pancreatic cancer. He was in the green room, waiting to go on and actually play Jeopardy. He was in the midst of a tremendous winning streak when a producer released the devastating statement about the longtime host’s health. It was a lot to take in, but Holzhauer eventually got himself together and watched as Trebek himself performed as perfectly as ever.
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James Holzhauer Returns on ‘The Chase’ Hosted by Sara Haines

Professional sports gambler, James Holzhauer returns as the chaser on ‘The Chase’ on ABC, Thursday February 25, 2021. The Chase is airing on ABC’s popular lineup of game shows in between Celebrity Wheel of Fortune and The Hustler’s season finale. In “A Smart Sandwich with Smart Bread on Both Sides,”...
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Jeopardy’s James Holzhauer Reveals Donations Have Poured In After Brayden Smith Dies At 24

Over the last few months, Jeopardy! has suffered tremendous losses. Losing Alex Trebek before Thanksgiving left a giant-sized hole that the iconic game series is still trying to fill. While the Jeopardy! crew and fans are still mourning Trebek’s death, the show suffered another loss as recent champion Brayden Smith unexpectedly died. After his passing, fellow champ James Holzhauer revealed donations to Smith's memorial fund have been pouring in.
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Jeopardy’s James Holzhauer Shares Tribute, Donation After 5 Time Champ Dies At 24

Brayden Smith won five of Alex Trebek’s final Jeopardy episodes and earned more than his share of praise from both the now deceased host, former players and fans watching at home impressed by his trivia skills. Unfortunately, the 24-year-old tragically and unexpectedly passed away from complications following a surgery. Now tributes are pouring in and his family has started a memorial fund for students in southern Nevada in his honor.
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Suburban showdown: Arlington Heights native takes on Naperville’s James Holzhauer on ‘The Chase’

It wasn’t an illusion. Stage magician Daniel Donohue, of Arlington Heights, defeated “Jeopardy!” champion James Holzhauer on Thursday’s episode of “The Chase.”. Holzhauer, who grew up in Naperville, failed to correctly answer enough trivia questions in two minutes, so Donohue and fellow contestant Michael Rankins won $325,000. On the ABC network’s edition of “The Chase,” contestants test their knowledge against “Jeopardy!” winners Holzhauer, Ken Jennings or Brad Rutter.
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'The Chase' Episode 2: James Holzhauer demolishes the competition in perfect streak, fans call it 'savage win'

While the contestants were intimidated at the idea of going up against James Holzhauer at the start of the episode, they had no idea what they were truly in for. The second longest-running 'Jeopardy!' contestant of all time, Holzhauer dominated the competition, eliminating one player before the final round before absolutely crushing his competition with a perfect streak of answers in the final Chase, and fans are astounded.
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Jeopardy's James Holzhauer Posts Epic Alex Trebek Pic With A Heartfelt Farewell Message

Today will be the last time that fans of Jeopardy!'s Alex Trebek can see a new and previously unaired episode with the legendary game show host, who passed away after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer on November 8. Many of Trebek's fans are still trying to find ways to say goodbye to the popular personality, who hosted Jeopardy! for a whopping 37 seasons until his death. One of the most well-known Jeopardy! contestants, James Holzhauer, is doing the same, and posted an epic Alex Trebek throwback photo to go along with his heartfelt farewell message.
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'The Chase': How much did recurring 'Jeopardy' champion James Holzhauer win on the classic quizzing series?

'The Chase' is a unique format of quiz show, seeing new contestants compete against some of the best US quiz show champions available. One of the legends who will be featured on the show is James Holzhauer, a man who has won 32 consecutive games of America's most popular quiz show, 'Jeopardy'. 32 consecutive shows is an impressive streak by any measure, but considering the cash prizes that bring contestants onto 'Jeopardy' in the first place, just how much did Holzhauer earn from the show during his legendary run?
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James Holzhauer Joked Ken Jennings Might Have Tweeted Himself Out Of A Job Defending Bean Dad’s Racist Old Tweets

Sunday morning many people logged onto Twitter dot com to find that the online discourse had become focused on “Bean Dad.”. The basic gist, for those unaware, is that John Roderick, a musician and podcaster, took to Twitter to oddly brag about refusing to show his 9-year-old daughter how a handheld can opener works for six hours after he instructed her to open a can of baked beans in order to eat. It was very strange and led to a lot of folks dunking on “Bean Dad” for what simply amounts to bad parenting by blaming your young daughter for an inability to do something when you are the one in charge of teaching them such things.