The Jeopardy! The tournament of Champions finals has begun, and Andrew He won the opening match on Monday (November 14). However, some viewers speculate whether the program may have unintentionally revealed who would win the event.
The finals matchup image, which features super-champ Amy Schneider, Sam Buttrey, and the He mentioned above, is shown on the official Jeopardy website’s TOC page. He is currently listed with one and his opponents at 0. Each image includes the contestant’s name, hometown, line of work, and some final wins.
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Fans are buzzing over the dates stated above the photographs, though. “The Jeopardy! The tournament of Champions finals November 14–16,” it says. Additionally, there is an earnings total for “Day 1, Day 2, and Day 3” under each image.
If the following dates are accurate and the finals are just three days long, the winner will sweep three games since the TOC winner is the first competitor to win three games. If so, He would have won the competition as he had already achieved the first victory on Monday night.
— Jeopardy! (@Jeopardy) November 15, 2022
The website indicates the finals will take place from November 14 to 16. On the Jeopardy! Reddit forum, one person said, “Sure hope that’s not a spoiler on when the tournament will end. Others, on the other hand, thought this was just the website indicating that the championship would last at least three games.
Assuming one of the competitors sweeps the series with three victories, one viewer said, “I’m pretty sure it merely says that there will be at least three games no matter what.” The “if necessary” days are the other days.
— Libby Schaaf (@LibbySchaaf) November 15, 2022
Another fan remarked, “I mean, they could have been more specific, but technically this could’ve been a spoiler either way.” “Oh, there’s a winner in three games,” or “Oh, there’s a winner in four games, then,” for the 14–16 or 14–17 age groups. I think keeping to the guaranteed format makes the most sense for vagueness.
“That’s the bare minimum promised. Saying it is more would imply that no one reaches three out of three. One viewer argued, “Saying simply this leaves it up in the air more than it says it’s done in three.
On the first day of the finals in the Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions, whip-smart past champions Sam Buttrey, Amy Schneider and Andrew He seriously brought it. https://t.co/4bexQdD2wi
— Yahoo Entertainment (@YahooEnt) November 15, 2022
Another person said, “I agree it is misleading and might be perceived as a spoiler.” “It would have been preferable if the J. website had said that the TOC may last up to seven days or only three. I wish they would alter it.