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    JEOPARDY! fans were shocked as all three players drew blanks on a "handout" final question on Thursday, some accused their guesses weren't even written well. Viewers missed "handsome" super-champion Cris Pannullo after two "sloppy" episodes without him. 5Ken Jennings strapped in for the 'sloppy overall' episodeCredit: ABC 5Fans are 'still in love' with super-champion Cris Pannullo after 2 nights without himCredit: ABC 1-day champ Ron Cheung, an economics professor from Ohio, faced A.Z. Madonna, a music journalist from Massachusetts (with a fitting name given her profession), and Sriram Krishnan, a consultant from Virginia. Going into Final Jeopardy, Sriram had $21,800, Ron $10,800 and A.Z. $8,000. The category was "Name's the same" and host Ken Jennings, 48 read: "A cocktail, an island & a WWII venture originally called 'Development of Substitute Materials' all bear this name." All three contestants were incorrect and couldn't put together that the clue was looking for "Manhattan." Read more on Jeopardy!SHORT STAY Jeopardy! fans' eyes roll as player who beat champ Cris loses 1 game later'HOE' HO HO! Ken Jennings reveals shady gift from Jeopardy!...
    JEOPARDY! contestant Andy Tirrell, who dethroned the beloved super-champ and 21-time winner Cris Pannullo last night, lost one game later on Wednesday. Fans moaned that they wished the former favorite were still around or taken out by a more worthy adversary. 5Ken Jennings opened Wednesday's show by applauding Andy for beating CrisCredit: ABC 5Andy then crashed and burned as fans collectively went: 'ugh'Credit: ABC The 1-day champ and professor from San Diego, California faced Ron Cheung, an economics professor from Ohio and Tammy Groner, a legal assistant from New Jersey. Andy took to the left winner's podium having done the impossible, beating champ Cris who with $748K total became the 5th highest Jeopardy! earner ever frequently blowing the competition away. Host Ken Jennings, 48, coined Andy a "giant killer," a term for the player who beats a huge winner, in his on-stage intro. However, Andy's second showing was not so giant leaving fans groaning online. Read more on Jeopardy!'HOE' HO HO! Ken Jennings reveals shady gift from Jeopardy! about his most NSFW momentCRIS GETS CURSED? Jeopardy! fans think host Ken...
    JEOPARDY! super-champ Cris Pannullo shockingly lost on Tuesday after 21 unwavering wins and $748K total. Fans claimed host Ken Jennings "jinxed" him by "implying Cris was winning because of Daily Doubles," which then did the contestant in. 5Ken Jennings opened Cris Pannullo's fatal episode by 'harping' on how much money he's won on Daily DoublesCredit: ABC 5Cris' streak then ended largely in part to him betting huge and missing oneCredit: ABC The former champ faced Andy Tirrell, a political science and international relations professor from San Diego, California and Meghan Mello, an athletic trainer from Rhode Island. Ken, 48, opened the show with a monologue that didn't age well. "Our champion Cris Pannullo started the week with his 17th runaway game [where he had an uncatchable lead by Final Jeopardy.]" "Due in large part to him finding and responding correctly to all three "Daily Doubles." Read more on Jeopardy!KEN YOU NOT? Jeopardy! host Ken begs for 'freebie' online despite being a 'millionaire'CRIS MISSED Jeopardy! champ loses after 21 wins as fans can't believe their screens “He certainly seems to have...
    Cris Pannullo's “Jeopardy!” winning streak came to an end in his 22nd game Tuesday, Dec. 6. The Ocean City resident missed the Final Jeopardy question to lose to Andy Tirrell, a political science and international relations professor from San Diego. They faced this clue under the “Plays” category: "A 1609 story in which an exiled king of Bulgaria creates a sea palace with his magic may have inspired the plot of this play." Pannullo answered incorrectly with “What is The Little Mermaid?” leaving him with just $1,399.  Tirrell answered correctly with “What is The Tempest?” winning the game and unseating Pannullo. Pannullo, a former professional poker player and customer service operations manager, ends his Jeopardy! run with the sixth-most consecutive wins in the show’s history. Overall, he’ll take home $748,268 in winnings, and $1,000 for finishing third on Tuesday.  Pannullo also has landed a spot in the 2023 Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions.
    JEOPARDY! super-champion Cris Pannullo has folded on Tuesday, December 6th after 21 wins and $748K total. The former professional poker player and fan-favorite lost by missing a crucial Daily Double and Final Jeopardy, leaving fans shocked. 5Jeopardy! champ Cris Pannullo lost after 21 consecutive winsCredit: ABC 5Ken Jennings hosted his record streak on the game showCredit: ABC The returning champ faced Andy Tirrell, a political science and international relations professor from San Diego, California, and Meghan Mello, an athletic trainer from Rhode Island. Cris, 38, is a customer success operations manager and former poker ace from Ocean City, New Jersey, who started competing on Jeopardy! on September 30, 2022. Since then, he has gone on to win 21 consecutive games - which paused for tournament play - and racked up a fortune along the way. He can boast of having the 5th highest winnings in the game show's history and its 6th longest streak, though that's sadly the furthest he'll go for now. Read more on Jeopardy!'IT'S A BIG ISSUE' Jeopardy!'s boss complains champ Cris is 'winning too much money'RECORD-SETTING RUN Everything to know about Jeopardy! contestant...
    Ocean City resident Cris Pannullo won his 21st consecutive game on “Jeopardy!” taking home $37,421 and upping his winnings to $748,286. Pannullo, a former professional poker player and customer service operations manager, ranks fifth in all-time “Jeopardy!” regular-season earnings and seventh if you include tournaments. Game show host Ken Jennings went on a long glowing rant to introduce Pannullo on Monday night, Dec. 5. "The important thing to know is he has won more money in regular season play than all but four players in Jeopardy! history," Jennings said. Other top Jeopardy! stars include James Holzhauer, who won 32 games and $2.46 million in 2019; Amy Schneider, who won 40 games and $1.6 million earlier this year; and Jennings, who won 74 straight games and a total of $2.52 million. Pannullo also has landed a spot in the 2023 Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions.
    OVER the years, Jeopardy! has seen countless contestants, but only a few have ever captured 20 consecutive wins. Cris Pannullo added his name to that prestigious list after defeating Josh Gregor and Ilana Freedman on December 2, 2022. 2Cris Pannullo debuted on Jeopardy! on September 30, 2022Credit: ABC Who is Jeopardy! contestant Cris Pannullo? Cris Pannullo is a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey, who started competing on Jeopardy! on September 30, 2022. Since then, he has gone on to win 21 consecutive games and rack up a fortune along the way. “Every single game you have two people just coming for you non-stop and the pressure doesn’t ever seem to stop,” Pannullo said after his 20th win, via Jeopardy.com. “So, [winning] 20 games is incredible," he added. Read More from CrisJENN-EROUS Jeopardy! fans accuse host Ken of 'fan-girling' over champ Cris before 21st winWHOOPS! Jeopardy! champ Cris snubs past player he may dethrone & 'forgets' their name Prior to Jeopardy! Pannullo competed as a professional poker player and was seen...
    JEOPARDY!’s reigning champ Cris Pannullo has forgotten someone while basking in having one the longest winning streaks ever. There are just five past contestants who have won more games than him and he could only name four, a bonus video hilariously revealed. 5Reigning champ Cris Pannullo now has the 6th-longest winning streak everCredit: YouTube/Jeopardy! 5He 'forgot' about Mattea Roach when put on the spot by producersCredit: YouTube/Jeopardy! Cris, 38, is an operations success manager and former professional poker player from Ocean City, New Jersey. He now has the 5th highest regular gameplay winnings ever with $710K total, and the 6th longest winning streak with 20 straight victories. Longtime producer Sarah Foss visited Cris at his podium on Friday for an interview after quite the Jeopardy! week. “Cris Pannullo, you are now a 20-game winner! How does that feel? To put it into perspective only five players have won more than you," she said. Read more on Jeopardy!'I HAD NO IDEA!' Jeopardy!'s Amy reveals big bonus prize for winning $250K tournament'ON PURPOSE' Jeopardy! writer claps back at fans confused by major...
    JEOPARDY! contestant Cris Pannullo has sent fans into a frenzy after he made a major mix-up on a recent episode. The game show champ has been on a significant winning streak knocking out his opponents for 20 straight victories. 5Fans went into a frenzy after Jeopardy! champ Cris Pannullo mixed up two public figures in an answerCredit: ABC 5Cris answered 'Soriano' to a question regarding fashion instead of the correct answer, 'Dior'Credit: ABC However, the New Jersey native hasn't had a perfect run behind the podium as he recently suffered a major flub on air. During the November 28th episode, Cris was challenged with an $800 question about fashion. The question read: "Christian Louboutin sells Lady Page nail polish for $50 a bottle; Vernis from this other Christian runs $30." Cris was quick on his feet with an answer, replying: "Soriano." Read More on Jeopardy!MAYIM'S SORROW Mayim Bialik holds back tears in video about last moments with Leslie JordanKEN'T BE BEAT Jeopardy! super-champ Cris Panullo 'annihilates' his rivals in latest victory After host Ken Jennings revealed his answer...
    JEOPARDY! super-champ Cris Pannullo won his astounding 19th game on Thursday as another contestant made an "unnecessary comment." Newcomer Rob celebrated out loud after the TV star missed a chance to widen his lead. 5Cris Pannullo - who now has the 7th most money won on Jeopardy! - was at the receiving end of 'bad sportsmanship'Credit: ABC 5Rob said 'thank you Jeri' when the third player found the last Daily Double instead of CrisCredit: ABC The returning champ faced Rob Lamanna, a product manager from Ontario, Canada, and Jeri Zulli, an English teacher from Long Island, New York. Cris is an operations success manager and former professional poker player from Ocean City, New Jersey who now has the fifth-highest regular gameplay winnings in Jeopardy! history. 15 of his now-19 victories have been runaways, meaning by Final Jeopardy no one could even catch him. Tonight's game was not the case - Cris was not able to capitalize on the randomly placed "Daily Double" clues he so often finds - leading to a rare, rude remark. Read more on Jeopardy!'ON PURPOSE' Jeopardy! writer claps back at...
    JEOPARDY! super-champ Cris Pannullo is doing so well on the game show that producers have coined a nickname for losing to him. Facing the TV star has had such a "foregone conclusion" they made a word for it. 5Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings is hosting an incredible ongoing streakCredit: ABC 5Losing to Cris Pannullo - who now has the 5th highest earnings ever - is being called getting 'Pannulo'd'Credit: ABC Cris, 38, is an operations success manager and former professional poker player from Ocean City, New Jersey. He had no trouble coming back to the table last week after a five-week hiatus due to tournaments. Since returning, Cris has stayed winning and now has the fifth-highest regular gameplay winnings in Jeopardy! history. In fact, he's amassed $566K by Monday with 16 mighty wins so far - and 14 of 16 have been runaways, meaning by Final Jeopardy no one could catch him even if they bet the house. Read more on Jeopardy!CRIS-TERY SOLVED Jeopardy! champ Cris reveals why he starts each game with the same 2 movesSO UNFORTUNATE Jeopardy! and WoF fans furious after new...
    Jeopardy! super-champ Cris Pannullo - now dominating the game show - was asked by curious producers why he starts every episode the exact same way. The TV star flashes a signature thumbs up during his intro, and off-screen, "bounces around" the stage. 5Cris Pannullo stars every Jeopardy! win by flashing a thumbs up as his name appearsCredit: Jeopardy! 5He also 'bounces around' off-camera according to mystified game show producersCredit: Jeopardy! Cris, 38, is an operations success manager and former professional poker player from Ocean City, New Jersey. He has had no trouble coming back to the table after a five-week hiatus due to tournaments. Since returning last week, Cris has stayed winning and now has the fifth-highest regular gameplay winnings in Jeopardy! history. He's amassed $566K by Monday with 16 mighty wins so far - the show noticed his ace gameplay isn't the only thing consistent about him. Read more on Jeopardy!SO UNFORTUNATE Jeopardy! and WoF fans furious after new celebrity spinoffs go on hiatusWEARING HER OUT Jeopardy!'s Mayim shocked by the 'tremendous attention' on her clothes 'WHAT'S THAT...
    A JEOPARDY! player has impressed viewers so much they are now begging her to compete once again on the famous game show. Xanni Brown turned heads when she gave current super-champ Cris Pannulo quite the competition. 4Jeopardy! player Xanni Brown turned heads with her incredible gameplay on Monday's episodeCredit: Jeopardy! 4The PH.D student nearly took out current super-champ Cris PannulloCredit: Jeopardy! As the Tournament of Champions has wrapped up- all eyes were on Cris again as he attempted to continue his winning streak- going into Monday he had racked up 15 wins in a row. The customer service operations manager was joined by Xanni, a PH.D student, as well as Dean of Academics Michael Harten. After one round, Xanni had reeled in $8,600, well ahead of champ Cris who had $5,400, followed by Michael's $1,600. The competition remained fairly close going into Final Jeopardy as Cris now led Xanni with $39,800 to her $19,400. read more jeopardy!KEN HE DO IT? Jeopardy! fans divided over whether Ken would be able to compete with champsWINNING MOMENT! Jeopardy's Amy shares photo kissing...
    JEOPARDY! trivia whiz Cris Pannullo has broken Amy Schneider's record as the contestant scores an impressive 14th win. Cris snagged his win on a Final Jeopardy! question on Southern Colleges. 5Jeopardy! champion Cris Pannullo took home an impressive win and continued his streakCredit: NBC 5Ken Jennings wondered if his impressive streak could potentially rival champion Amy SchneiderCredit: ABC His contestants, Tarun and Megan appeared completely stumped although the stakes were high as they were behind on the game. Tarun's total by Final Jeopardy! was $3,400 and Megan's at $5K. Cris was already ahead with a shocking $46,600 total. Tarun had the correct answer, but wagered a safe $1,601 to bring his total to $5,001. Read More on Jeopardy!SHAM FOR SAM Jeopardy! fans say there's 'a way' to make show 'fair' after Sam was 'robbed'THROWN IN JEOPARDY Jeopardy! fans 'confused' as to whether shows will air on Thanksgiving Megan had the wrong guess and dropped $2K from her total winnings. Cris's previous best single-day winnings were at $69K from a previous episode. He took a risky bet at $25,221...
    JEOPARDY! super-champion Cris Pannullo won his 13th game and hit a huge milestone on Wednesday, though many fans were too distracted to notice. Viewers can't stop swooning over him now that he's back on TV. 5Jeopardy! fans are ‘too distracted’ by Cris Pannullo's winning looksCredit: ABC 5He crossed the $400K mark as viewers were busy tweeting about his 'eyebrows'Credit: ABC The reigning champ faced John Dorsey, a loan operations specialist from Maryland, and Katy Rudolphy, a civil servant from Texas. Cris is an operations success manager and former professional poker player from New Jersey who had no trouble after a five-week hiatus due to tournaments. Coming back to the table last night, Cris stayed winning and now has a 13-day total of $416,102. That staggering amount ties him for the 10th-longest streak and earnings on Jeopardy! ever, but his achievement got upstaged. Read more on Jeopardy!'MOOD' Amy Schneider follows up Jeopardy! win with 'most relatable tweet ever'KEN OF WORMS Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings riles up fans with 'most controversial take ever' 'LOOKS & BRAINS!' "Cris is so hot" one fan simply...
    JEOPARDY! super-champ Cris Pannullo has returned in full force on Tuesday after an unbelievably long time. He won his 12th match and erased fan fears he'd be "rusty" since tournament season lasted five weeks and change. 5G.O.A.T contestant Ken Jennings is hosting regular Jeopardy! againCredit: ABC 5Cris Pannullo returned to form and his go-to sweaterCredit: ABC The returning champ faced Etienne Lepine, a software engineer from Lafayette, Colorado - and David Stiasny, a pediatrician from Highland Park, Illinois. Cris - a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey with a professional poker past - won game after game since coming to the table in early fall. But if it felt like just yesterday that Amy Schneider won the 2022 Tournament of Champions, that's because it was. And if it's felt like forever since Cris has played - that's because it has been. Read more on Jeopardy!'EW' Jeopardy! community slams 'lazy & gross' question about Mexican dish'COP OUT' Jeopardy! execs stand by controversial Bible clue in 'dismissive' new statement The game show paused his terrific tear for the winner's tournament and...
    JEOPARDY! champ Cris Pannullo won 11 regular episodes before the game show began airing tournaments for five weeks. Fans "miss" him and have fumed that this year's specials have ''interrupted" his winning streak for "too long." 5Ken Jennings is hosting Jeopardy!'s 2022 tournament seasonCredit: Jeopardy! 5Fans 'miss' the game show's regular champ Cris PannulloCredit: ABC The customer success operations manager from New Jersey and former professional poker ace won $356K total by October 14th. Then, Jeopardy! took a pause from regular episodes and from Cris' glowing gameplay for two tournaments. The show first aired the never-before-done Second Chance Tournament for two weeks - then the now-airing three-week Tournament of Champions which is longer than ever before. The $250K finals will conclude this or next week when Amy Schneider, underdog Andrew He or fan-favorite professor Sam Buttrey wins three games. Read more on Jeopardy!0-AND-1 Amy Schneider loses 1st Jeopardy! tournament final after rival's 'fearless' moveBIG BREAK Celebrity Jeopardy! reveals major schedule change & won't be back for months 'I PRAY THEY NEVER GO THIS LONG AGAIN' Fans on Reddit roared that while they've loved seeing 36 past...
    JEOPARDY! has hinted reigning champ Cris Pannullo has scored an extra advantage that could extend his winning streak, execs revealed on their insider podcast. They admitted that the same rare event helped fellow super-champ Amy Schneider. 5Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings is hosting episodes airing until JanuaryCredit: ABC 5Cris Pannullo (who has already won $356K) may have a rare extra advantageCredit: ABC On Monday's Inside Jeopardy!, longtime producer Sarah Foss implied Cris' stunning winning streak may get an added boost. The customer success operations manager from New Jersey and former professional poker ace has already won 11 games and $356K total. But Jeopardy!'s currently airing Season 39 is taking a pause from regular episodes and from Cris' glowing gameplay for two tournaments. For the next month, the show is instead airing the Second Chance Tournament - which started on Monday - and then the Tournament of Champions. Read more on Jeopardy!SAY WHAT? Celebrity Jeopardy!'s Mayim left speechless after player's 'embarrassing' answerSEEING DAILY DOUBLE Inside Jeopardy!'s wild 'redemption' tournament airing instead of show Cris has a near-unprecedented month off from his...
    JEOPARDY! fans have all said the same thing on Twitter about mega-champ, Cris Pannullo. Most of them swoon over him every time he is on their TV. 5Cris Pannullo currently has an eleven game winning streakCredit: ABC 5Although fans are impressed with his game-plan, they also find the contestant very attractiveCredit: ABC Cris is a customer success operations manager, who soared to his eleventh win this week. That brought his total to $356,702. However, Friday's show was his last, until next month when the show returns. Although fans are impressed with his gameplay, they also think he is easy on the eyes. READ MORE JEOPARDY!KEN YOU NOT? Jeopardy! fans accuse Ken of 'coaching' Cris Pannullo during champ's 10th winCRIS GETS CROSS Jeopardy! star Cris Pannullo gets annoyed with Ken Jennings before 9th win Jeopardy! fans took to Twitter to comment on his appearance and they are all pretty much in agreement. "I need someone to find #Jeopardy Cris and get him onto Twitter and Instagram so I can follow him," commented one fan....
    JEOPARDY! champion Cris Pannullo won his eighth straight game on Tuesday with a massive $275K career total. But a second contestant clearly came to play and almost won, while a third revealed she came equipt with a wild lucky charm. 5Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings is hosting episodes airing until JanuaryCredit: ABC 5Marsha revealed she brought four-leaf clovers with her for good luck before one of the most intense showdowns in memoryCredit: ABC The returning champ faced Mike Elliot, a meat cutter from New Hampshire, and Marsha Free, a principal's assistant from Georgia. Early on, Marsha sweetly revealed during the Q&A portion she's found more than 50 four-leaf clovers and stunned host Ken, 48, since she brought the receipts. "Yes, I have a knack for finding four-leaf clovers," she said as smiled in surprise. "I can just come up to a patch of clovers and I can seem 'em. I actually brought a couple today if you'd like to see them." "Let's see them!" Ken replied - as Marsha unveiled two lucky leaves set onto a placard. Read more on...
    JEOPARDY! host Ken Jennings has shaded the game show's new executive producer Mike Davies, kicking a little dirt his way with an off-the-cuff comment. On Monday's episode, reigning champ Cris Pannullo then scored his 7th win setting a record. 5Cris Pannullo now has one of the 20 longest Jeopardy! streaks everCredit: ABC 5Host Ken Jennings shaded the game show's executive producer before his biggest win yetCredit: ABC The returning champ faced Eugene Hahm, an attorney from Oakland, California - and Allie Nudelman, a health care policy professional from Brooklyn, New York. Cris, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey - who earlier revealed his professional poker past - has dominated game after game since coming to the table two Fridays ago. Tonight, he was all aces, earning $59,821 (the highest of the season so far, which started September 12th) and a total of $221,901. Cris also now has the highest earnings of Season 39, and since rideshare driver Ryan Long last June - and the power poker player has shown no signs of slowing down. Read more on Jeopardy!POKER FACE Jeopardy!...
    A native of New Jersey vies for his seventh straight win on Monday night, Oct. 10. Cris Pannullo, of Ocean City, is on a six-day winning streak in which he has won $162,080. Pannullo's also guaranteed a spot in the Jeopardy! 2023 Tournament of Champions next year. On the Friday, Oct. 7, episode, Ken Jennings asked Pannullo, a customer service operations manager, how he plans to spend his earnings. Cris quickly replied: "In this economy, Ken. I'm just throwing it all under my mattress. The hard part is going to be getting it all flat so I'm not laying on a lumpy mattress, but with some time I'll get it done." "If you're thinking we send a briefcase of twenties, let me disabuse you," Jennings replied. Cris hit back: "Ones or tens preferably."  Before Jeopardy!, Pannullo was also on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” in 2018, winning a total of $5,000. Jennings holds the all-time Jeopardy! record with 74 straight wins, in which he totaled $2,520,700.
    JEOPARDY! Fans think that contestant Cris Pannullo could be the next super-champ. The game show’s fanatic viewers are already comparing the player from Ocean City, New Jersey to Jeopardy! legend James Holzhauer. 4Jeopardy! contestant Cris Pannullo has already won a total of $162,080 in six daysCredit: ABC 4Fans are now comparing him to show legend James Holzhauer On Thursday October 6, Cris secured his space at the 2023 Tournament of Champions with his fifth successive Jeopardy! win. He then achieved a six-day streak on Friday, with a total of $162,080 in winnings so far. Excited fans are already comparing the customer success operations manager to Jeopardy! icon James, who won $2,464,216 with his 33 appearances in 2019. Writing on social media, one Jeopardy! viewer asked if Cris “is becoming James Holzhauer 2.0?” Read more Jeopardy!WHAT IS YIKES Jeopardy! host Ken mocks champ's plans for spending game show winningsBIALIK BACKSTAGE Jeopardy!'s Mayim brings fans behind the scenes of show in rare video Another user shared: “So now that Cris swept the week, how far do we think he can go? Is he...
    JEOPARDY! champion Cris Pannullo has won his fourth game in a way that fans said makes him more unstoppable than Amy Schneider or James Holzhauer. The former professional poker player showed no signs of folding during Wednesday's episode hosted by Ken Jennings. 5Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings is hosting episodes airing until JanuaryCredit: ABC 5Fans spotted why Cris Pannullo may be 'more unstoppable' than any recent winnerCredit: ABC The returning champ faced Francis Gomes - a quality assurance technologist from Ontario, Canada - and Tory Martin, a communications and fundraising director from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Cris, a customer success operations manager from Ocean City, New Jersey - who earlier revealed his professional poker past - has dominated since showing up last Friday. He entered Final Jeopardy with $28,800, Tory $7,900, and Francis $5,800. But because of his humungous lead, the usually game-swaying last round didn't even matter - which is why fans are buzzing about him. Read more on Jeopardy!AUDITIONS IN JEOPARDY? Fans spot 'issue' with Jeopardy! Anytime Test that 'keeps happening''IT'S JUST AN IDEA' Jeopardy! boss claps back after his drastic new rule causes an...
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