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Alex Trebek poses in the press room at the 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Pasadena Civic Center on Sunday

Alex Trebek poses in the press room at the 46th annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Pasadena Civic Center on Sunday

Jennings leaped to the front of the pack early in the game, leading with 3,800 by the time he hit the first episode's Daily Double.

The epic GOAT matchups followed a format "Jeopardy!" has never used before. The points (or dollars) earned in each one were added together.

After Jennings won the first half of the Tuesday match by a large margin, host Alex Trebek said they would reset all of the contestant displays to zero for the purposes of the second half.

But Tuesday's episode repeated numerous familiar motions of the previous three episodes, with Jennings leading, Holzhauer mainly in second, and Rutter in third, occasionally dipping into negative numbers. Holzhauer went into the first game's Final Jeopardy only 10,000 points behind - not much by these champions' standards - but Jennings bet big and answered correctly, racking up 65,600 points.

Jennings won the first and third nights of the GOAT tournament last week. He was trailing going into the second game's Final, with 23,000 points to Holzhauer's 44,000. During his attention-grabbing 32-game streak past year, Holzhauer racked up a staggering $2,712,216.

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Second in line was Warren, with more than $60 million raised and close to $26 million on hand. The person responded by saying they weren't because they were a Warren campaign volunteer.

The majority of Daily Double clues have been found by Rutter, who has struggled to capitalize and hasn't been close to winning in any of the three games so far. He lost each time except in the 2011 "IBM Challenge" tournament, when both men lost to IBM's Watson computer.

Quick wits were on display during Tuesday night's fourth and final matchup, too.

"I want to reassure Ken", Holzhauer quipped. Battling pancreatic cancer, Trebek soldiered on when he came back to primetime for the series of games. All three contestants sported purple ribbons in his honor. "It's been a privilege and and honor to be associated with this program".

The clue: "A 2019 New York Times article says this two-word phrase 'marks the end of friendly generational relations'".

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