Here’s your clue: “the greatest “jeopardy!” player of all time.”
Who is — Ken Jennings!
The 45-year-old claimed the GOAT title — which stands for greatest of all time — along with $1 million and the congratulations of revered host Alex Trebek.
It all went down Tuesday, his third victory in four matches in Jeopardy’s “The Greatest of All Time” tournament — beating out James Holzhauer and Brad Rutter.
Jennings owned the longest consecutive victory streak, winning 74 games and 2.52 million in 2004.