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Fifteen of the challengers challengers lucky enough to avoid the onslaught of Ken Jennings over the past year and a half take on each other for $250,000 and long-overdue bragging rights, as the 2004 Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions gets underway after a delay from last season.

Chico Alexander
news editor

The fifteen players, including two winners of the 2003 and 2004 College Championships and three-to-seven-time champions with the new Sky's the Limit rule, will compete for a stake in $400,000 in cash. Among them, according to the Jeopardy! website, are an actor, a bartender, a cab driver, a crime data specialist, and several writers. They all compete to see who will succeed Mark Dawson as reigning Jeopardy! grand tournament champion.

For the next two weeks, GSNN will lift the tournament off the Shorts pages and into the Extra. Here you will see archived matches, commentary, and a bracket to chart the progress of the tournament. Aside from the winner, the second place winner is guaranteed at least $50,000 and third-place is ensured $25,000.

Semifinalists are guaranteed at least $10,000, while all tournament players are guaranteed $5000 for participating. Any and all monies, as always, depend on how far the player moves up the bracket.

Today's game, Schumacher/Walsh/Gandolfi, is now available for view.

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