Jeopardy to host the 'Greatest of All Time' this week

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Former champions Ken Jennings, James Holzhauer and Brad Rutter are set to compete in the "Jeopardy!". The special, which gave ABC the nightly win overall in the demo, continues tonight and Thursday, with Friday and next week in the works if necessary.

Ken Jennings got a chance in the first game to double his winnings with the Daily Double, and though he hesitated at first, he chose to put all his winnings on the line to try and take a sizable lead.

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The presenter added that while he doesn't forsee saying a final goodbye to Jeopardy "in the near future", he has already figured out how he will go out. Each night - airing at 8 p.m.

The format will be a multi-, consecutive-night event, with the first contestant to wins three nights being declared the champion. Ken Jennings won that game with $45,000, and James Holzhauer came in second with $33,200. He still looked sick after committing, but Jennings pulled it odd and increased his lead over Brad Rutter and James Holzhauer dramatically.

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Jennings and Holzhauer both got the second Final Jeopardy question correct, boosting Jennings to a total of $63,400.

Mike Eruzione, a Winthrop native who played at Boston University, scored the go-ahead goal with exactly 10 minutes left in the game to put the USA up, 4-3, then helped the team hold on for the upset victory. He missed more than one "true Daily Double" and the second Final Jeopardy - his score returning to $0 each time.

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Because the tournament is an hour instead of the normal half hour, there will be two games per show, and the player with the most money at the end of the two games will win the match. "Because I love spending time with bright people".

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