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Ron Trigueiro

1988 Tournament of Champions quarterfinalist: $1,000.
Season 4 4-time champion: $49,401 + Jeopardy! home game.

Ron edged out $500,000 Who Wants to Be a Millionaire winner and 4-time champion Michael Shutterly by $201 to take the last at-large spot for the 1988 Tournament of Champions.

Ron won $125,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire on 2000-05-14.

Ron appeared in the following archived game:
#965, aired 1988-11-11 Leah Greenwald vs. Mark Lowenthal vs. Ron Trigueiro 1988 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 5.
Ron previously appeared on Jeopardy! as Ron Trigueiro in the following 5 archived games:
#824, aired 1988-03-17 Ron Trigueiro vs. Michael Folz vs. Cheryl van Middlesworth Ron Trigueiro game 5.
#823, aired 1988-03-16 Ron Trigueiro vs. Scooter Lowe vs. Kate Coe Ron Trigueiro game 4.
#822, aired 1988-03-15 Ron Trigueiro vs. Tom Brothers vs. Jeanne Douglas Ron Trigueiro game 3.
#821, aired 1988-03-14 Ron Trigueiro vs. Gary Amundson vs. Susan Steade Ron Trigueiro game 2.
#820, aired 1988-03-11 Jack Lowe vs. Ron Trigueiro vs. Jackie Trahan Ron Trigueiro game 1.

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