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* Fall 1980: Erik Kraepelien, who unseated Thom, went on a reign of his own. He won just over $66,000, including a $24,300 pot on one of his games.

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* Fall 1980: Erik Kraepelien, who unseated Thom, went on a reign of his own. He won just over $66,000, including a $24,300 pot on one of his games.games (which took ''four'' episodes to complete!).


* Fall 1980: Erik Kraepelien, who unseated Thom, winning just over $66,000, including a $24,300 pot on one of his games.

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* Fall 1980: Erik Kraepelien, who unseated Thom, winning went on a reign of his own. He won just over $66,000, including a $24,300 pot on one of his games.


* June 1984: Last game of the 1983-84 season - champ Kit Salisbury picks the "Auction" category, and Wink tells the players to bid on how many of the 14 UsefulNotes/UnitedStates bordering the Atlantic Ocean they think they can name. Kit, going first since he picked the category, ''immediately bids 14'', then '''runs the table''' to tie the game, earning a standing ovation from the audience! Kit would go onto win $199,750, becoming the second-biggest winner of the Martindale version.

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* June 1984: Last game of the 1983-84 season - champ Kit Salisbury picks the "Auction" category, and Wink tells the players to bid on how many of the 14 UsefulNotes/UnitedStates bordering the Atlantic Ocean they think they can name. Kit, going first since he picked the category, ''immediately bids 14'', then '''runs the table''' to tie the game, earning a standing ovation from the audience! Kit would go onto on to win $199,750, becoming the second-biggest winner of the Martindale version.


%%* March 1985: In the RT version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the match and £48,000, the second-highest pot in RT TTD history, the highest was RT£80,000.


* March 1985: In the RT version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the match and £48,000, the second-highest pot in RT TTD history, the highest was RT£80,000.

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* %%* March 1985: In the RT version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the match and £48,000, the second-highest pot in RT TTD history, the highest was RT£80,000.


%%* March 1985: In the RT version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the match and £48,000, the highest pot in TTD history.

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%%* * March 1985: In the RT version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the match and £48,000, the second-highest pot in RT TTD history, the highest pot in TTD history.was RT£80,000.


%%* March 1985: In the Transmanian version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the highest pot in TTD history: RT£48,000.

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%%* March 1985: In the Transmanian RT version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the match and £48,000, the highest pot in TTD history: RT£48,000.history.


* March 1985: In the Transmanian version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the highest pot in TTD history: RT£48,000.

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* %%* March 1985: In the Transmanian version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the highest pot in TTD history: RT£48,000.


* March 1985: In the Transmanian version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£40,000. Jennifer ultimately won the highest pot in TTD history: RT£48,000.

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* March 1985: In the Transmanian version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£40,000.RT£44,500. Jennifer ultimately won the highest pot in TTD history: RT£48,000.

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* March 1985: In the Transmanian version, Unretired Independent army major Jennifer Goldblum and her challenger Craig played through 5 tie games with a pot of RT£40,000. Jennifer ultimately won the highest pot in TTD history: RT£48,000.


* Other contestants with six-figure totals in the Martindale era: Pieter [=DeVries=] ($121,400), Brian Donovan ($148,850), Gary Meyers ($143,700), Doc Fass ($115,750), John Welsh ($116,200), Allan Lichtman ($104,000) and Wilbur Hicks ($159,600).

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* Other contestants with six-figure totals in the Martindale era: Pieter [=DeVries=] ($121,400), Brian Donovan ($148,850), Gary Meyers ($143,700), Doc Fass ($115,750), John Welsh ($116,200), ($116,200; incidentally, he beat Mark Leinwand to start his own reign as champion), Allan Lichtman ($104,000) and Wilbur Hicks ($159,600).


* Fall 1980: Erik Kraepelien, who unseated Thom, winning close to $80,000, including a $24,300 pot on one of his games.

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* Fall 1980: Erik Kraepelien, who unseated Thom, winning close to $80,000, just over $66,000, including a $24,300 pot on one of his games.


* 1980: Mark Leinwand, who previously won $127,600, winning the Tournament of Champions and an additional $50,000.

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* 1980: November 1983: Mark Leinwand, who previously won $127,600, winning the Tournament of Champions and an additional $50,000.


* The biggest winner on the Patrick Wayne version was Joel Lewin who amassed close to $70,000 in winnings over 12 games.

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* The biggest winner on the Patrick Wayne version was Joel Lewin Lewin, who amassed close to $70,000 in winnings over 12 games.games (and came closest to retiring undefeated, under that version's 15-game limit for champions).


* 1980-1981: Tom O'Connor and challenger Pete Cooper picked the Secret Category ''four times in a row'', with the pot being doubled '''three times''' from $4,100 to $8,200 to $16,400 to $32,800. Tom ultimately won the match and $38,100, the second highest pot in TTD history; highest was $46,900. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdF4iKeA5X4&t=1m15s Here's the clip.]]

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* 1980-1981: Tom O'Connor and his challenger Pete Cooper picked the Secret Category ''four times in a row'', with the pot being doubled '''three times''' from $4,100 to $8,200 to $16,400 to $32,800. Tom ultimately won the match and $38,100, the second highest pot in TTD history; highest was $46,900. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdF4iKeA5X4&t=1m15s Here's the clip.]]

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