With 30 games under her belt, “Jeopardy!” contestant Amy Schneider has been on a streak of success, winning more than $1 million and landing in the game’s top four highest-earning competitors.
But, as previous Jeopardy! contestants reveal, winning is not just a matter of having Mensa-worthy intelligence.
Deep dives into databases, honed buzzer techniques, pattern recognition and even children’s books all contribute to gaming the game.
“If anything has been on TV for 35 years, it comes with plenty of trends,” Austin Rogers, a 12-time winner who walked away with $411,000 in 2017, told The Post.
The 43-year-old bartender from Spanish Harlem said that, once he knew he was going to be on the show, he studied 11 hours per