Who won Jeopardy! tonight? January 10, 2023, Tuesday

A pristine episode of Danger! Season 39 broadcasted on Tuesday, January 10, 2023, including one-day champion Connor Singes.

The returning top dog crushed two-day victor Patrick Curran in the past episode. Yet again with $28,000 in his pocket with his most memorable success, Connor contended on Tuesday’s episode.


The duplicate supervisor from Sovereigns, New York, played against two new candidates — Max Davison, an essayist from Studio City, California, and Suzanne Zgraggen, a zoo instructor from West Valley, Utah.

The authority portrayal of Risk! peruses:

“A returning boss and two challengers test their ringer abilities and their insight in an extensive variety of scholarly and famous categories.”Today’s Peril! victor is Connor Burns

Connor Singes previously showed up on the game show on Monday, January 9, 2023, and stowed his most memorable win. He kept up with his series of wins in his second game also.

In the most recent episode, the classifications for the main round were “Sports Prizes, New York City Tram Stops, Blend, Creature, Vegetable Or Mineral Re-arranged words, On The Researcher’s Resume, The Primary concern.”

Connor played superbly in cycle 1, regardless of losing his most memorable Everyday Twofold. He offered 12 right responses and banked $4,600. New players Max Davison and Suzanne Zgraggen, as well, had a decent beginning in the present game. Max procured $4,400 by offering nine right and three erroneous responses. He was very near Connor’s scores. Suzanne offered zero wrong responses and four right reactions, scoring $2,800.

In the subsequent round, the classifications included “All over The Planet, Colleagues, Lead Performer Of The Band, fourth and Objective, The Head legal officer, Between 2 ‘C’.”

In the Twofold Peril round, it was demonstrated the way that significant a Day to day Twofold is. Notwithstanding offering responses to inquiries with high worth, Max couldn’t outperform Connor’s complete score since he lost an Everyday Twofold. Furthermore, the explanation Connor’s score went up was that he won a Day to day Twofold, alongside offering a lot of right responses. Connor’s score going into the last round was $20,400 and Max banked $12,400. Suzanne was very a long ways behind her rivals as her score was $3,600.

In the Last Peril round, the players were not really ready to address the last inquiry accurately. While Suzanne’s score went down to nothing, Max lost over portion of what he acquired in the most recent episode. Connor, as well, lost his betting sum in cycle 3 yet his all out was higher than his kindred players.

Subsequently, Connor Burns won Risk! today.

In the January 10 episode, the classification for the last round was “Exemplary Story Characters.” The inquiry from the previously mentioned classification read:


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“In one nineteenth century interpretation, she “saw the beginning of day and stopped” talking almost multiple times.”
The right reaction to the last inquiry/piece of information was “Scheherazade.”

None of the players offered the right response. Connor stated “Reverberation,” while Max speculated “Resting Excellence” and Suzanne expressed “Little Mermaid.”

Investigate the end-product of the January 10 episode:

Connor Burns: $20,400 – $4,401 = $15,999 (Who is Reverberation?) (2-day all out: $43,999)

Max Davison: $12,400 – $8,001 = $4,399 (Who is Resting Magnificence?)

Suzanne Zgraggen: $3,600 – $3,600 = $0 (Who is the Little mermaid?)

With the present success, Connor turned into the two-day champion and scored $43,999. The reality of the situation will surface eventually whether the duplicate proofreader from Sovereigns, New York, will actually want to keep up with his series of wins in his next game.

Facilitated by Ken Jennings, the partnered game show will get back with another episode on Wednesday, January 11, 2023.