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James Holzhauer, the professional gambler who became a part of the mainstream media zeitgeist last spring when he became the fourth-highest earning “Jeopardy!” contestant, is set to return to the long-running game show.
LAS VEGAS – “Jeopardy!” champion and professional sports gambler James Holzhauer finished out of money in his World Series of Poker debut on Monday, a tournament official said. Holzhauer finished in 454th place among more than 1,800 entrants in a No-Limit Hold’em event, spokesman Seth Palansky said. Buy-in was $1,500 and Holzhauer didn’t reach the top 281 finishers who will win shares of some $2.5 million in prize money.
’Jeopardy!’ champion James Holzhauer is a big winner in television ratings, too.
James Holzhauer, the unflappable “Jeopardy!” champion who has brought in more than $2 million in winnings, was poised to beat Ken Jennings’ record haul.
I could not stop watching James Holzhauer. I could not stop thinking about James Holzhauer. I could not stop dreaming of James Holzhauer.
I’m the only person alive who knows firsthand how difficult it is to do what James Holzhauer is doing on ‘Jeopardy!’, and that’s why I’m rooting him on.
Couch Slouch: Think of the most fearsome, dominant individual-sport athletes of the last couple of generations; at their best, you had little chance of beating them: Mike Tyson. Michael Phelps. Tiger Woods. Serena Williams. Jason Belmonte. Usain Bolt. James Holzhauer. Yes, James Holzhauer.
James Holzhauer, a frighteningly talented “Jeopardy!” player has dominated the past 14 games and racked up $1,061,554, second only to Ken Jennings. But has he broken the game?