14 Jeopardy! Questions Even Champions Got Wrong
We curated a list of 14 questions that the champs got wrong. Test your knowledge and see how you stack up.
Past Jeopardy! champions are competing for the ultimate title of Jeopardy! GOAT. They are Brad Rutter, the largest money winner from Los Angeles, Ken Jennings, the champion of 74 consecutive games from Seattle, and James Holzhauer, who set 20 Jeopardy! records from Las Vegas, Nevada. All amassed fortunes for their quick and correct responses, however, there have been a few misses along the way. Find out how much these three champs have won.
Category: GOAT (Greatest of All Time)
Not one of the champions knew the correct response to this $2000 clue on January 8, 2020. Rutter answered, "Who is Enda Kenny?" and Jennings responded, "Who is Adams? The correct response was, "Who is John Hume?" These are the 12 game shows you're most likely to win money on.
Category: Business & Industry
Jennings winning streak came to an end on November 30, 2004, when he gave the incorrect response to this Final Jeopardy! clue, "What is Federal Express?" His opponent Nancy Zerg, a realtor from Ventura, California dethroned the champ with the correct answer, "What is H & R Block?" Test your trivia knowledge with these 14 Final Jeopardy! questions that everyone gets wrong.
Category: Gemstones Meet Gemstones!
Holzhauer bet $5,000 on this Daily Double on the Greatest of All Time game on January 9, 2020, and sparkled and waved an imaginary magic wand with the response of, "What is diamond?" The correct response was, "What is garnet?" Find out 15 pop culture trivia questions people always get wrong.
Category: It Comes Third
Jennings answered, "What is Emperor?" in the Greatest of All Time game on January 9, 2020. The correct response to the $1,200 clue was," What is Eroica?" These are 12 science trivia questions no one can answer correctly.
Category: I Wrote
Rutter tried to answer the triple stumper in the Greatest of All Time Game on January 9, 2020. If he answered, "Who is Walter Issacson?" he would have been correct, however, he responded, "Who is Irving Stone?" and lost $1,600. Find out 15 random trivia facts you'll wish you knew sooner.