Amy Schneider is clearly in it to win it.

On Monday, after a two-week break for the inaugural Professors Tournament, the reigning champion returned to “Jeopardy!” to continue her winning streak.

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The latest episode marked Schneider’s 14th straight victory, with $34,800 in winnings, bringing her total prize money up to an incredible $571,200.

Schneider is currently the fourth-highest earner in “Jeopardy!” history, behind only Matt Amodio ($1,518,601), James Holzhauer ($2,462,216) and Ken Jennings ($2,520,700).

Winning her 14th game also places her at No. 7 of all time for consecutive games won, besting 2015 champion Matt Jackson. Jennings still holds the record in that category by a wide margin, with 74 games won in a row.

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“I’ve been watching the show since I was a kid,” Schneider said. “I’ve watched all the people on this list, and to see my name up with them is a very good feeling.

“I definitely feel lucky about it, and there’s an extent to which you just get ones that you know. But, once or twice, I also felt pretty good about my deduction [skills].”

On Tuesday, Schneider will face off against new challengers Jason Snyder from Los Angeles, Calif., and Kaitlyn Pesterfield from Mesa, Ariz.