Watch out Ken Jennings, Amy Schneider is coming for your record.
During Monday’s “Jeopardy!” episode, Schneider broke yet another record winning her 39th game, breaking Matt Amodio’s 38-game streak.
The only other contestant to win more consecutive wins is Jennings at 74. Even better, Jennings has a front-row ticket as he watches Schneider take record after record as Jennings is the current host of the game show.
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Her total winnings are now at a total of $1,319,800.
“It still feels unreal,” said Schneider, adding, “Knowing that I had this chance, I was definitely thinking about it. Then Ken said it, and I thought, ‘Alright, I just accomplished this huge thing’ and it was pretty great.”
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Schneider and Amodio will face off during the next Tournament of Champions.
“It’s going to be an honour playing against you, and it’s going to be a tight competition,” she said in a message for Amodio.
She also talked about now trying to beat Jennings’ record while he hosts the show.
“Obviously I didn’t know for sure who would be hosting when I got here, and I’m so glad it’s been Ken,” she said. “Just knowing that he knows what it’s like to be in the position I’m in, and at this point he’s the only person who knows, is just really kind of comforting have that onstage.”
Schneider’s next episode will air on Tuesday, Jan. 25.