Final Jeopardy: 19th Century Brits

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10 Responses

  1. PRINCE says:

    Prince R.I.P

  2. Lou says:

    Damn! Andrew just became a six time champion just like kerry green was back in 2015. But still though if Andrew keeps winning like this then he could even surpass Arthur Chu and Matt Jackson

    • Duck M says:

      I’m not seeing him as being as dominant a player as Chu or Jackson. Michael actually would have been in the lead except he made a couple of moves that cost him that.

      @VJ, if it’s not too much trouble, do you have those clues?

      • VJ says:

        @Duck — This was the pivotal clue in that 1816 category: “Argentinians declared independence as Las Provincias Unidas del this Rio.”

        At this point, Michael had $17,800 and Andrew had $15,800. Michael lost $800 with Rio de la Plat. Andrew picked it up with de la Plata.

        The next clue (the last one answered) gave Andrew the lead he finished with: $1200 – This man’s opera “The Barber of Seville” premiered in Rome.

        I’m not the best at math, but I came up with they would have finished in a tie if Michael had not buzzed in on that $800 clue. If Andrew just got both of them — they would have finished in a tie

        • Cece says:

          VJ, have I told you how amazing you are? ‘Cause you are. And no worries about your math. :)

          (I needed the above info too.)

          I actually thought Michael was gonna win this game. What a nice haul for Andrew.

        • Duck M says:

          Yes, thank you, VJ. I appreciate it.

      • Lou says:

        Have you noticed andrew’s strategy? I wonder if it s the same style as arthur’s though? Or perhaps he plays like Alex Jacob did