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Who won Jeopardy! tonight? Wednesday, October 26, 2022


A new episode of Risk! aired on Wednesdays, October 26, 2022include the program’s alums to join again to try their luck again.

The Second Chance Tournament welcomes players from the previous three seasons Monday through Wednesday. These players didn’t win their first appearance on the show, and so now have a second chance to earn a spot in the Tournament of Champions.

The ongoing event is a two-week show, where Thursday and Friday are the finals that decide the winner of each week. Last week, the player who advanced to the Tournament of Champions was Jessica Stephens.

Meanwhile, today’s episode announced the third player who will feature in this week’s finals. The contestants of the October 26 episode are:

  • Season 37 participant Rowan Ward, a chart caller, writer and editor from Chicago, Illinois
  • Season 38 Player Do Park, a sports writer from Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Season 37 contestant Nikkee Porcaro, an educational consultant and business owner from Silver Spring, Maryland

Of today Risk! The winner is Rowan Ward

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Today’s match was quite predictable with Rowan Ward leading from the start.

The categories for the first round were “Quick Lit, The Number In Music, Peaks & Valleys, Snap Chat, Birds Within Words, Hidden Brain Podcast.”

Rowan gave 17 correct answers and got the highest score in this round, $9,400. On the other hand, Do and Nikkee struggled to answer many questions correctly. For giving seven correct and two incorrect answers, earn $2,000. Nikkee gave only one right answer and one wrong answer, which was the first Daily Double of the episode. Thus, her total score in round 1 is 0.

In the second round, the categories included “Law, Historical Moments, Animal Films, Landmarks in the DC Area, Sculptures, A Mall”.

Rowan participated in the Double Jeopardy round. They found the Daily Double and made $10,600. Their total number of correct answers is 30 and the total score is $26,800. Nikkee overcame his zero score and earned $7,200 in the second round, while Do earned $6,800.

The The Ultimate Jeopardy Contest owned by Rowan because they are the only player who answered the last question correctly. While Rowan’s total came to $36,800, Do and Nikkee’s were under $10,000.

Therefore, Rowan Ward won Risk! today.

Rowan Ward: Tonight's Winner (Pictured via @rogueclown/Twitter)
Rowan Ward: Tonight’s Winner (Pictured via @rogueclown/Twitter)

The ultimate Jeopardy! today’s results

On the October 26 episode, the final round’s category is “Charity” and the final question, as clues, reads:

“A Catholic charity called Caritas Rome is the beneficiary of the proceeds, which over the years have averaged around $3,500 per day.”

The correct answer is “Trevi Fountain.”

Only Rowan gave the correct answer, while Do wrote “St. Peter’s Basilica, “and Nikkee guessed” Red Cross. ” Check out the final results of Wednesday’s episode:

Rowan Ward: $26,800 + $10,000 = $36,800 (What is Trevi Fountain?) (Final Finalist)

Do Park: $6,800 – $401 = $6,399 (What is St Peter’s Church?)

Nikkee Porcaro: $7,200 – $5,401 = $1,799 (What is a Red Cross?)

With today’s win, Rowan has advanced to the final round, where they will compete with the winners of this Monday and Tuesday respectively – Sadie Goldberger and Jack Weller. Players who win the finals will be eligible for Tournament of Champions.

Rowan made their first appearance on the game show on Season 37 on August 13, 2021, where they had to go away empty-handed after betting all their winnings on the final round and losing. But this time, they have a second chance to make big money.

They will be back in this week’s final, which begins on Thursday, October 27, 2022.

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