Arthur Chu’s Jeopardy Statistics

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  1. David says:

    I just recently started dvr’ing jeopardy and watch most all shows. Arthur Chu’s strategy seemed to be selecting the largest $$ questions as soon as possible, yet his competitors seemed to continue standard protocol starting with the smallest wagers.
    Just wondering if anyone has a comment on Arthur’s strategy?

    • vj says:

      Hi David, there are comments on Chu on the various game recaps. I don’t have a problem with the board-hopping strategy myself, though it’s not like Arthur invented it. The strategy itself bears the name of Chuck Forrest.

      I think it’s only smart to try to find and capitalize on the Daily Doubles. Guess not all of the players give it as much thought or have as much chutzpah as players like Arthur.

      I particularly agree with one thing Arthur has said — it’s real money they are playing for. If you want it, you gotta go after it.

  2. Shane says:

    Arthur did wager for the tie in his first game. Thought I’d point it out before it’s too late!

  3. Tom Clark says:

    One day he’s going to wager big on the DD’s and the FJ and (gasp!) not know the answers. He’ll bite off more than he can Chu, and be gone. May it be sooner rather than later.

    Well … gone until the ToC’s, which will be gruesome to watch — we’ll be seeing this guy, like that egotistical maniac Chuck Forrest, for DECADES!.