Welcome to the Game Show Trivia website

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Listed in the categories are links to almost 13,000 essential facts. Fast facts contained in the most popular categories asked about on Jeopardy. When studying this material, keep in mind the Key Word recognition that makes it possible to pack so much information into such a small space. That is, some clues could have other answers, but those answers are normally too obscure to be asked about on game shows. Some examples of Key Words are “Norwegian Composer” (Edvard Grieg) or “Chilean Poet” (Pablo Neruda) which have only one popular answer. Jeopardy Trivia is packed with thousands of these key words that allows you to study for game shows in the most efficient manner possible. If this helps you in getting in your quest to get on your favorite game show, please contact us and let us know.

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 Game show winner talks about Game Show Trivia

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 “Concise, reliable, practical information, easily accessible and conveniently categorized.  When I appeared on Who Wants to be a Millionaire? I only brought two reference works with me to study – The World Almanac and The Cultural Literacy Trivia Guide. (The book this site is based on)  That was my entire arsenal.” – Armand Kachigian, Bellville, Il., $500,000 winner on Who Wants to be a Millionaire, and also qualifying and appearing as a contestant on Jeopardy! and Win Ben Stein’s Money.  (click image to watch)

 

CLTGseparatorWebsite & Book Review from Amazon.com

 5.0 out of 5 stars AMAZING RESOURCE- MUST HAVE FOR JEOPARDY! WANNABE CHAMPS!!, February 18, 2014

Fantastic ‘Pavlovian’ study guide; use it in conjunction with the gameshowtrivia.tv website to expand and solidify your contestant knowledge base; very comprehensive list of over 13k entries in 50 categories is phenomenal! I have hundreds of post-it notes and ragged notebooks filled with this information in a hopeless jumble, but this book neatly brings it all together and ‘flashcard’ style learning format links critical knowledge of the core subjects and recurring material. E.g.; ‘drooling canine’ -> Pavlovian…geneticist studies peas = Gregor Mendel; he painted Mona Lisa = daVinci… this  president was a bachelor = Buchanan… these presidents are found on a rock in South Dakota…you know who! Get it, read it, read it again, and again, and again… be a Champion!

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