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Tulsan Joshua Brakhage's Jeopardy Streak Ends

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Tulsan Joshua Brakhage's winning streak on Jeopardy ended on Wednesday, but he could be back. Tulsan Joshua Brakhage's winning streak on Jeopardy ended on Wednesday, but he could be back.

Tulsan Joshua Brakhage's winning streak on Jeopardy ended on Wednesday, but he could be back.

The producer for KOTV won more than $100,000 on his first five days on the popular game show. He came in last place with only $6 at the end of Wednesday's game. 

At the beginning of Wednesday's game host Alex Trebek suggested Brakhage could be back for the next tournament of champions.

"During the tournament of champions I couldn't help but wonder how Joshua would have fared," Trebek said. "I think he would have done very, very well."

Brakhage's run on the show began in January and was interrupted by the teen tournament and tournament of champions.

 

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