It solely took contestant Martha Tub 50 years to get a second likelihood at turning into a Jeopardy! champion, Wednesday. The retired CPA from Seattle initially appeared on Jeopardy! in 1972, when it was hosted by Artwork Fleming.
“Typically, Jeopardy! appearances are one to a buyer,” mentioned host Ken Jennings.
Luckily the present made an exception in Tub’s case. Whereas she wasn’t a champion in 1972, she nonetheless went dwelling with a fairly good comfort prize.
“I received $40 and a set of encyclopedias,” mentioned Tub. “And I nonetheless have them.”
Tub bought off to a scorching begin, Wednesday. She positioned two Day by day Doubles and cashed in m assive on each. Trailing barely as she entered Last Jeopardy, she wager her full $15,400 and it paid off big.
“Martha Tub, that is much more than a set of encyclopedias,” mentioned Jennings. “You are a Jeopardy! champion with $30,800. Or, if we depend 1972, $30,840.”
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