"Jeopardy!" reigning champion Amy Schneider celebrates another milestone as she continues her winning streak.
Schneider is now the second-winningest contestant in the game show's history.
On Monday, Schneider won her 39th consecutive game, surpassing Matt Amodio’s 38-day record.
She is now only behind Ken Jennings, who holds the record with 74-straight wins, which he set in 2004.
“It still feels unreal,” Schneider said in a statement released by the game show. “Knowing that I had this chance, I was definitely thinking about it …Then Ken said it, and I thought, ‘Alright, I just accomplished this huge thing,’ and it was pretty great.”
Schenider's winning total thus far sits at $1,319,800, which is roughly $200,000 behind Amodio's $1,518,601 total winnings.