During the time he was at the top of the leaderboard, Amodio had 1,299 correct leads and won 1,518,601 US dollars.
Amodio fell from the top of the list, ranking third with contenders from Florida actor Jonathan Fisher and Tennessee statistical research assistant Jessica Stephens.
“He was incredible, and it was really, very interesting,” Bialik said. “I don’t think I have experienced anything like this in all my time here. He can keep up with this speed and intensity.”
Jennings told the site that Amodio is “such an outstanding player.”
“In Jeopardy!, one of the things I admire most is consistency. It is so difficult to stand up day after day, week after week to win,” Jennings said.
The show stated that although his winning streak is over, Amodio will return to the blueboard during the next championship.