James Holzhauer won his 20th game of "Jeopardy!" Wednesday, which means he is now joining the second longest winning strike in the show's history.
Holzhauer won $ 101,682, giving his 20-day sum to $ 1,528,012.
The 34-year-old from Las Vegas now shares second-longest winning title with Julia Collins, a 20-game in 2014.
Ken Jennings holds the record for the longest strike, which lasted 74 games in 2004, according to the show's Hall of Fame.
The final clue of the episode came from the King James Bible.
"Of the four riders mentioned in Revelation 6, only this one is explicitly mentioned," the clue.
The right answer: "Who is Death?"
All contestants responded correctly, but fell briefly to Holzhauer's management.
Holzhauer first made the story after breaking "Jeopardy!" record for a day's cash winnings on the show. Then he broke his own record.
Holzhauer takes note of his success in a controversial method that he uses as "Forrest Bounce". Contestants jump from category to category, select trays in order to throw away their opponents.