Jeff Willms proved that he still has the touch when it comes to the arcade classic Donkey Kong after he took home the grand prize for the second year in a row at the Kong Off 3 Donkey Kong world championship this past weekend.

Competing in the tournament against Willms were 22 renowned Donkey Kong players, including Steve Wiebe and Billy Mitchell of King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters fame. Over the course of the three-day event, Willms sealed the deal by scoring 1,096,200 points, beating his closest competitor by a comfortable 29,100 points. Willms holds the fourth-highest Donkey Kong score ever achieved, while the world record of 1,138,600 is currently held by Dr Hank Chien, who placed third overall in last weekend's competition.

The Kong Off 3 is the third annual Donkey Kong world championship to have taken place and saw players battling it out for a $4,500 prize. The final ranking and high score of each competitor can be viewed below:

1. Jeff Willms - 1,096,200
2. Ross Benziger - 1,067,100
3. Hank Chien - 1,056,900
4. Steve Wiltshire - 1,053,200
5. Steve Wiebe - 1,048,800
6. Dean Saglio - 1,033,000
7. David McCrary - 1,032,000
8. Mike Groesbeck - 1,020,700
9. Kyle Goewert - 1,006,500
10. Vincent Lemay - 989,700
11. Corey Chambers - 893,300
12. Jonathan McCourt - 891,200
13. Eric Tessler - 883,300
14. Robbie Lakeman - 840,300
15. Jeff Wolfe - 809,200
16. Ben Falls - 736,800
17. Ethan Daniels - 711,400
18. Aaron Rounsaville - 703,600
19. Daniel Desjardans - 702,500
20. Daniel Dock - 680,000
21. Shaun Boyd - 639,300
22. Billy Mitchell - 598,800

[via polygon.com, thekongoff.com]