After a future, this champ’s profitable streak has come to an finish. 

On Jan. 26, Amy Schneider‘s Jeopardy! reign got here to an finish after Rhone Talsma, a librarian from Chicago, completed in first place with a rating of $29,600 and Schneider completed second with $19,600, leaving her with whole earnings of $1,382,800.

Throughout the episode, Talsma responded accurately to a key Day by day Double late within the Double Jeopardy! spherical. The pair headed into Remaining Jeopardy! with Schneider main with a rating of $27,600, and Talsma in second place with $17,600.

So what query ended Schneider’s streak and put Talsma on prime? 

The Remaining Jeopardy! class was International locations of the World, and the reply was, “The one nation on this planet whose title in English ends in an ‘H,’ it is also one of many 10 most populous.”

Talsma responded accurately—”What’s Bangladesh?”—and Schneider didn’t present a response, leaving Talsma with the title of champion and ending Schneider’s time on the present.