Here’s today’s Final Jeopardy (in the category 19th Century Europe) for Tuesday, December 5, 2017 (Season 34, Episode 62):
This 1814-1815 gathering of leaders prompted Beethoven to compose the cantata “The Glorious Moment”
(correct response beneath the contestants)
|Kimberly Kist, a retired teacher from Williamsport, Pennsylvania
|Matthias Clark, a financial software consultant from River Forest, Illinois
|Kyle Becker, a research scientist from Nashville, Tennessee (1-day total: $18,401)
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What is the Congress of Vienna?
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The Congress of Vienna took place in order to provide a long-term peace plan for Europe in the wake of the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars. Signed nine days before Napoleon’s final defeat at Waterloo, it caused France to lose most of its recent territorial gains, where Prussia, Austria, and Russia all gained territory. It was meant to seen as a balance between the main European powers, in order to remain at peace. While it did suppress many republican movements in Europe, it was generally seen as successful in its aim in creating long-term stability and peace in much of mid-19th century Europe, as their work prevented a wide-scale European war until 1914.
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Scores going into Final:
Kimberly $5,400 – $5,000 = $400 (What is the coronation)
Matthias $6,200 – 5,800 = $400 (What is the Council of N)
Kyle $12,200 – $201 = $11,999 (2-day total: $30,400) (What is the College of Cardinals?)
Scores after the Jeopardy! Round:
Opening break taken after: 15 clues
Daily Double locations:
1) 9-LETTER WORDS $600 (13th pick)
Kyle -400 +1000 (Matthias 3000 Kimberly 600)
2) THE ELEMENT NAMED FOR… $1600 (4th pick)
Kyle 1000 +2000 (Kimberly 2200 Matthias 1800)
3) FEELING YOUR OATHS $1600 (24th pick)
Kyle 9400 +2000 (Kimberly 5400 Matthias 4600)
Overall Daily Double Efficiency for this game: 221
J! round: COOKBOOKS $800 & $1000
DJ! Round: POP CULTURE 2000 $400
Total $ Left On Board: $2,200
Kyle $11,000 Coryat, 15 correct, 5 incorrect, 24.07% in first on buzzer
Matthias $6,200 Coryat, 17 correct, 7 incorrect, 44.44% in first on buzzer
Kimberly $5,400 Coryat, 7 correct, 3 incorrect, 14.81% in first on buzzer
Combined Coryat Score: $22,600
Lach Trash: $17,600 (on 18 Triple Stumpers)
Coryat lost to incorrect responses (less double-correct responses): $11,600
Kyle Becker, stats to date:
32 correct, 7 incorrect
24.53% in first on buzzer (26/106)
4/5 on Daily Doubles (Net Earned: $4,000)
1/2 in Final Jeopardy
Average Coryat: $12,600
Kyle Becker, to win:
3 games: 41.27%
Avg. streak: 2.703 games.
(Note: This model has been adjusted to take pre-Final Jeopardy! score into account instead of Coryat Score.)
- Kyle’s total Daily Double efficiency of 221 is 3rd-highest for all regular-play games since October 4, 2004, behind only Philip Tiu on March 15, 2016 (285) and Jason Zollinger on January 12, 2010 (222).
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