Robert D’Emilio (Ridgewood, NY): Writer
Jacob Farrell (Washington, D.C.): Strategy consultant
2-DAY CHAMP: Jon Eisenman
ON JULY 4th
THE RED, WHITE & BLUE
For the 2nd game running, the DD’s stolen right away, this time in the $600 Casino Royale space. Like last night, Jon wagers face value.
Gary, IN’s Majestic Star Casino has a royal view of this Great Lake.
“What is Lake Michigan?” is correct in time.
Jon: $3K/Jacob: $2,400/Robert: $800
ATTEMPTED LT: $1400
UNATTEMPTED LT: $1400
TOTAL LT: $2800
Jon: $5,200/Jacob: $4K/Robert: $4,200
RODENTS OF UNUSUAL SIZE
NEW WORDS IN THE MERRIAM-WEBSTER DICTIONARY (as of this Feb.)
LOOK AT THOSE CURVES
1960s POP MUSIC
Look At Those Curves & look at this clue for DD #1 at $1200, Jacob; he’s improved by $400. Another face value option.
Most latitude & longitude lines curve on the Gnomonic type of this, a way to map the round Earth on a flat surface.
“What is plane?”…projection. He later rips out DD #2 for the $1600 New Word in the Merriam-Webster Dictionary & is in 3rd w/ $6K, $200 behind 2nd-place Robert & well off Jon’s bank of $13,600. Jacob tries this for $2.5K.
The neurological condition Prosopagnosia is often called this blindness, for what ISN’T recognized.
“What is color?”…sorry- face. The BoT sound before we could find out about the $400 or $800 word.
ATTEMPTED LT: $2K
UNATTEMPTED LT: $5600
TOTAL DJ! LT: $7600
Jon: $19,600 (LOCK)/Jacob: $3.5K/Robert: $6,200
JACOB’S CORYAT: $7,200
FJ! #212: CLASSIC CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
A 2016 biography of a children’s author was titled In the Great Green Room, a line from this classic book.
JACOB: “What is Eloise at the Plaza?” = $1.5K
ROBERT: “WHAT IS THE VELVETEEN RABBIT?” = $5,399
JON: NOTHING BUT A SMILEY FACE = $19,200 $64,300