James Holzhauer's Jeopardy! winnings now top a million dollars.
The professional sports gambler (who also has a degree in math) won for the 14th consecutive day Tuesday, which puts him in fourth place on the show's all-time consecutive wins list.
The 34-year-old from Las Vegas is also the second person in Jeopardy! history to earn more than one-million-dollars. Ken Jennings is the all-time champion with a 74-game winning streak that netted him two-and-a-half million. (By the way, he'd love to have a "death match" against Jennings... but Jennings says it's a "young man's game" and he hasn't been training for it as recently as Holzhauer, so he'd be at a disadvantage.)
So how does he do it? Holzhauer shared some of his winning strategy with NPR:
Start at the bottom of the board, so you can set up a bankroll to maximize betting.
Jump around between categories to try to throw off your opponents.
And it helps if you know the answers, too!