Amy Schneider Is on track … she became the fourth player in “Jeopardy!”. She has a history of earning over $ 1 mil rakes in non-tournament play and she is still in the game !!!
Amy, the first transgender contestant to compete in the Show’s Tournament of Champions, won her 28th match at the show aired Friday night with a prize pool of over $ 1 million. Specifically, it is $ 1,019,001.
She was excited to say, “It feels great and weird. It will be associated with my name, not the amount I had expected.”
Amy currently earns more loot than any other female contestant, and she is currently the record holder for the most consecutive victories by female contestants.
She joins the other three who broke the million dollar mark- Ken Jennings, Who puts $ 2,520,700 in his pocket, James Holsauer, Earn $ 2,462,216, Matt Amodio, Who won $ 1,518,601.
Amy has had a tough time lately after being robbed a few days ago. She said, “Hello everyone. First of all, I’m fine, but yesterday I was robbed and lost my ID, credit card and phone. Last night I couldn’t really sleep and was dragging everything. The day I was trying to replace everything. “
It’s unclear if the robber / robber knew she was in “Jeopardy!”. Consecutive wins.
She also got sick after the robbery. But things are clearly looking up.
Amy is back at the show on Monday. Good luck! !! !!