After the impressive start of Jeopardy! Professional sportsman James Holzhauser had less than the star of his debut at the World Series of Poker.
Holzhauer finished 454th among more than 1,800 participants in the Limit Hold'em Event, Seth Palanski's spokesman, told the Associated Press. The buy-in was $ 1,500, and Holzhauer did not reach the top 281 finishers who will win the $ 2.5 million prize pool.
Holzhauer moved to his second day poker event to play Mike Sexton's poker room in a Tag-Team No-Limit Hold'em tournament for $ 1,000. Sexton started playing for both of them.
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Holzhuer donated about $ 1100 to "Jeopardy!"
Click here to get FOX NEWS APP Trebek, 78, announced earlier this year that he had been treated for advanced pancreatic cancer and said last month that doctors told him he was in almost remission.
Associated Press contributed to this report