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Roger Storm

1990 Super Jeopardy! semifinalist: $10,000.
1987 Tournament of Champions wildcard semifinalist: $5,000.
Season 3 4-time champion: $31,200.

Won his four games in the first week of the season, then had to wait the rest of the year to see if he made the Tournament of Champions field.

Roger won $250,000 on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire on 2009-02-23 and 2009-02-24. A Plain Dealer newspaper article revealed that contestant coordinators chose him for his distinguishing feature of having a handlebar mustache, which he maintains to impersonate Orville Wright for educational purposes.

Roger appeared in the following 5 archived games:
#464, aired 1986-09-18 Roger Storm vs. Karin Hofland vs. Marc Wade Roger Storm game 5.
#463, aired 1986-09-17 Roger Storm vs. Ira Levine vs. Linda Leipheimer Roger Storm game 4.
#462, aired 1986-09-16 Roger Storm vs. Eve Belson vs. Mitch Fujita Roger Storm game 3.
#461, aired 1986-09-15 Roger Storm vs. Kay Guesdon vs. Thomas Bernhard Roger Storm game 2.
#460, aired 1986-09-12 Fern Cogar vs. Wade Ballard vs. Roger Storm Roger Storm game 1.
Roger would later appear on Jeopardy! as Roger Storm in the following 2 archived games:
#736, aired 1987-11-16 Richard Cordray vs. Dave Traini vs. Roger Storm 1987 Tournament of Champions semifinal game 1.
#735, aired 1987-11-13 John Ryan vs. Doug Molitor vs. Roger Storm 1987 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 5. All Jeopardy! Round...

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