– Danger! Champion Chris Pannullo: ‘He got lucky’ after ending 21-day streak

“Danger!” champion Chris Pannullo talks about snapping his 21-game winning streak and overshadowing the contestant who defeated him.

Pannullo, 38, lost his streak last Tuesday with a total of $748,000 in winnings. He lost to Andy Tyrrell – he lost the next night.

The New Jersey fan favorite admitted as much “Danger Within!” podcast he still feels “incredible” and the show is over “for now” for him.

“Everybody loses at Jeopardy!” but very few people win 20 games, very few people win a quarter million dollars or half a million dollars or a quarter million dollars or a hundred thousand dollars,” he told producer Sarah Whitcomb Foss. “I can’t do anything but lose.”

Chris Pannullo lost his streak to Andy Tyrrell (pictured) – who lost the next night.

When asked about his thoughts on Tirrell, an alternate at the Pros, Pannullo seemed to throw some shade.

“I loved her hair and her glasses,” she said.

“He had the look of a very strong college professor and finally became a strong player.”

Chris Pannullo
Chris Pannullo said he still feels “incredible” and that the show is over “for now” for him.

“His mind was a little more open than mine at the time,” Pannullo added about the moment he lost to Tyrrell in the Finals!

“If I had opened my mind a little bit and not been so deep in there, I think I would have figured it out, but you can’t figure it all out,” the champion admitted.

However, Pannullo said “Jeopardy!” is not over yet. yet.

He returns to next year’s Tournament of Champions and is hosted by Ken Jennings already says Considering Pannullo is sixth on the all-time hit list, the tournament will be “interesting.”

Ken Jennings
Ken Jennings is already saying the tournament will be “fun” with Chris Pannullo.

“It makes me more optimistic knowing that I’m going to come back and that it’s not the end,” said the operations success manager. “I have a lot to read and I’m like, ‘Danger!’ I watch the movie. I move forward, I look for my opponents.

This year’s Tournament of Champions winner was Amy Schneider – the first openly transgender player to compete in the Tournament of Champions. He won after six games and took home the top prize of $250,000.

Foss Pannullo in his “Jeopardy!” He wanted to know which part he liked. was a trip, and Pannullo jokingly replied: “Money.”

“Every day was wonderful and just a real dream,” he admitted.

Pannullo added that he will be using his Jeopardy! A legacy of being an “exciting” player who “made big bets and made the right decisions when it mattered… Someone worth watching from start to finish.”


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