‘Jeopardy! The Best of All Time:’ Ken Jennings mimics ‘all-in’ gesture, James Holzhauer wins night two – KABC-Tv set


The 2nd evening of “Jeopardy! The Greatest of All Time” event

noticed the contestants likely ‘all-in.’

James Holzhauer, a experienced sporting activities gambler, is known for generating an ‘all-in’ hand gesture when he puts all his dollars on the line during Everyday Doubles, as if he was pushing all his poker chips to the centre of the desk.

But rival Ken Jennings wanted to get in on the enjoyment Wednesday night time.

When he wagered all the things on a Daily Double, host Alex Trebek quipped, “Do it.”

Jennings mimicked Holzhauer’s ‘all-in’ motion, although asking, “Has James copyrighted this?”

“One time use only. You’re very good,” Holzhauer responded.

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Fellow competitor Brad Rutter joined in the enjoyable, offering Jennings a humorous warning.

“(James) now owns 10% of whichever you get,” Rutter claimed.

Though Jennings walked away the winner on evening 1, it was ‘Jeopardy James’ who received the gain on night time two.

“Jeopardy! The Best of All Time” carries on Thursday at eight p.m. ET/PT | 7 p.m. CT on ABC.

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