Jeopardy contestant continues historic win streak

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BURBANK, Calif. (CNN) – Could the all-time “Jeopardy!” winning streak soon be in jeopardy?

James Holzhauer came in first place for the 20th time on the legendary game show Wednesday.

The 34-year-old won more than $100k on Wednesday, pushing his total over the $1.5 million mark.

He now shares the second-longest win streak in “Jeopardy!” history.

The record still belongs to Ken Jennings, whose reign lasted 74-games.

However, Holzhauer already has made his name in “Jeopardy!” history for having the highest single-day cash total.

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