Today’s Jeopardy Finale – Wednesday, November 23, 2022 – Jeopardy! Fan

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Here is today’s Final Jeopardy (in the category seconds in history) for Wednesday, November 23, 2022 (Season 39, Game 53):

The Fortune, the second ship to land in this port, disappointed those already there, carrying 35 new residents and “not as much bisket cake”

(correct answer below contestants)

Today’s danger! contestants:

john dorseyLoan Operations Specialist from Potomac, Maryland
John Dorsey in Danger!
katy rodolfoan official from Grand Prairie, Texas
Katy Rudolphy in danger!
cris pannulloCustomer Success Operations Manager from Ocean City, NJ (total of 12 days: $380,881)
Cris Pannullo in Jeopardy!

Andy’s pre-game thoughts:

Cris Pannullo returned from a long layoff yesterday without missing a beat, picking up win number 12 in last night’s match. In today’s game, Texas’ Katy Rudolphy and Maryland’s John Dorsey hope to play “Giant Killer”, while Cris hopes to break the $400,000 mark.

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Correct answer: What is the port of Plymouth?

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the arrival of the ship Fortune to the Pilgrim colony in 1621 was a surprise for the Pilgrims; the colony was already struggling, and the colony’s governor, William Bradford, was not entirely enthusiastic about what was taking place. He wrote: “The plantation was glad of this addition of force, but might have wished that many of them had been of a better class, and all of them better equipped with provisions; but that could no longer be avoided”. famous passengers on the Fortune including Philip Delano; whose descendants include Presidents Grant, Coolidge, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

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Game Summary:

Danger! Round:

(Categories: A factual production of the 20th century; Districts of Paris; A noisy category; A matter of degrees; Shared surnames; Losing a letter)

Cris found the first Daily Double early on, but couldn’t get much of a lead afterwards as Katy and John fared well near the bottom of the boards; Cris’s lead was only $2800 after 30 leads.

Stats at first break (15 courts):

Cris 7 correct 1 incorrect
Katy 4 correct 0 incorrect
John 3 correct 0 incorrect

Stats after the Jeopardy round:

Cris 15 correct 1 incorrect
Katy 7 correct 0 incorrect
John 6 correct 0 incorrect

Double risk! Round:

(Categories: Translators; Cities and Towns of the Bible; An “F” in Opera; Notable African-Americans; Disney Reruns; Dickens’ Speech)

Double risk! he saw John find the first Daily Double; unfortunately, he lost $5,000 for one wrong answer. Meanwhile, Cris collected $7,000 in the last one to take a commanding lead. He didn’t come close to losing the fugitive before the end of the round; the scores going into track 61 were Cris with $28,000, Katy with $9,000, and John with $5,400.

Stats after Double Jeopardy:

Cris 28 correct 2 incorrect
Katy 11 correct 1 incorrect
John 16 correct 2 incorrect
Total number of tracks not played this season: 12 (0 today).

Only Cris got it right in the final: Cris crossed the $400,000 mark and now has win number 13. He’s going for number 14 tomorrow!

Stats from tonight’s game:

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Scores before the Final:

Chris $28,000
katy $9,000
John $5,400

Tonight’s results:

John $5400 – $3601 = $1799 (What is Jamestown?)
Katie $9,000 – $1,801 = $7,199 (What is Jamestown?)
Chris $28,000 + $7,221 = $35,221 (What is Plymouth) (13-day total: $416,102)

Cris Pannullo, Today's Jeopardy!  winner (for the game on November 23, 2022).

Scores after Jeopardy! Round:

Chris $7,400
katy $4,600
John $3,200


Opening break taken after: 15 tracks

Double Daily Locations:

1) A $1000 20TH CENTURY FACT PRODUCTION (track #2)
Chris 800 +1000 (Katy 0 John 0)
Juan 6000 -5000 (Cris 10200 Katy 4600)
3) TRANSLATORS $1,200 (track #9, $24,400 left on board)
Chris 12200 +7000 (Katy 4600 John 1800)
Double overall daily efficiency for this game: 74

Track selection by row, before finding daily doubles:

J! Round:
Chris 4 5*

DJ! Round:
Chris 4 4 4 3*
John 3 3 5* 2† 1†

(* means the daily double was found; † means a selection in the same category in which the first daily double was found.)

Average track selection rank, before finding daily doubles:

Chris 4.00
Katie 0.00
John 2.80

Unplayed Tracks:

J! Round: None!
DJ! Round: None!
Total remaining on board: $0
Number of tracks left unrevealed this season: 12 (0.23 average per episode), 0 daily doubles

Game Stats:

Cris $22,200 Coryat, 28 correct, 2 incorrect, 47.37% at first on buzzer (27/57), 1/1 rebounding attempts (on 2 rebounding chances)
Katy $9,000 Coryat, 11 correct, 1 incorrect, 17.54% at first on buzzer (10/57), 2/2 rebounding attempts (on 3 rebounding chances)
John $10,400 Coryat, 16 correct, 1 incorrect, 29.82% at first on buzzer (17/57), 0/0 rebounding attempts (on 3 rebounding chances)
Coryat Combined Score: $41,600
Lach’s Trash: $4,600 (in 4 triple stumps)
Coryat lost by incorrect answers (minus double correct answers): $7,800

Cris Pannullo, career statistics:

388 correct, 28 incorrect
23/24 rebounding attempts (on 54 rebounding chances)
47.35% in first on horn (349/737)
27/30 in daily doubles (net profit: $90,700)
8/13 in Final Peril
Average Coryat: $25,646

Katy Rudolphy, career statistics:

11 correct, 2 incorrect
2/2 in rebound attempts (on 3 rebound chances)
17.54% in first on horn (10/57)
0/0 in daily doubles
0/1 in final danger
Average Coryat: $9,000

John Dorsey, career statistics:

16 correct, 3 incorrect
0/0 in rebound attempts (on 3 rebound chances)
29.82% in first on horn (17/57)
0/1 in daily doubles (net profit: -$5,000)
0/1 in final danger
Average Coryat: $10,400

Cris Pannullo, to win:

14 games: 91.970%
15: 84.586%
16: 77.794%
17: 71.547%
18: 65.802%
Streak average: 24,454 games.

Today’s interviews:

John was able to play Zoom trivia against Joe Kennedy.
Katy would watch Jeopardy! with her grandmother during the summer.
Cris is the eldest of five siblings.

Andy’s thoughts:

  • Had fun at the $200 rink ARRONDISSEMENTS OF PARIS: my OQL USA team played Cris’s on Sunday night; one of the direct questions that was asked to me in that match was about the Louvre (yes, we got it right). The match ended tied 47–47.
  • Today’s scorecard will be linked when posted by the show.

final danger! betting tips:

(Scores: Cris $28,000 Katy $9,000 John $5,400)

Cris: Bet no more than $9,999 and enjoy today’s victory! (Actual stake: $7,221)

Katy: The standard hedge bet on John is $1,801. (Actual stake: $1,801)

John: You should bet at least $1,801 to have a chance of placing second. (Actual stake: $3,601)

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