Ron Tolstoy, a Chicago-based librarian, completed Schneider’s time on the project.
Schneider finished with a $ 1,382,800 win.
“I thought it would be hard for Ron to get into it,” Schneider told the media.
“I wanted to hang out with him. We had a good conversation before the taping, but he’s here to play. I could tell he’s fine. I’m still very close to success, but maybe I just felt like. Once I know that, I know it’s going to be a war. “
Schneider finished second during the game, which aired Wednesday.
Earlier this week, Schneider finished second behind Matt Amotio, who won $ 1,518,601 during the show.
Schneider and Amodio will clash in the next edition of the “Champions Tournament” in the fall.
“It’s really an honor,” Schneider said. “To know that I’m one of the most successful people in a game I’ve loved since I was a child and to be a part of its history now, I do not know how to implement it.”
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