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Which answer has had the most bounty points awarded to it? It would obviously have been awarded multiple bounties.

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(From slightly adjusting the query here)

There are currently 25 answers that have been awarded bounties in excess of 1,000 reputation.

Overall it is an answer on the Tex site to How to extract each pair of two adjacent cells of a table into a separate tight page? (+2050).

The highest on StackOverflow is Improve GeSHi syntax highlighting for T-SQL (+2000).

And on this site Add escalation system to chat flags (+1700).

Tex also has another 4 answers with +2000 bounties. A list of all 25 is below.

+---------------+--------------+----------+
|     site      | BountyAmount |    id    |
+---------------+--------------+----------+
| Tex           |         2050 |   209821 |
| Tex           |         2000 |   102924 |
| Tex           |         2000 |   120860 |
| Tex           |         2000 |   131694 |
| Tex           |         2000 |   149134 |
| StackOverflow |         2000 | 23773356 |
| StackOverflow |         1700 | 21468591 |
| Meta          |         1700 |   116195 |
| StackOverflow |         1500 |  5864000 |
| Tex           |         1500 |   107613 |
| Tex           |         1500 |    80557 |
| Scifi         |         1500 |   105743 |
| Dba           |         1400 |    16386 |
| StackOverflow |         1350 | 13600004 |
| StackOverflow |         1250 | 15890063 |
| StackOverflow |         1150 | 11227902 |
| StackOverflow |         1100 | 24929846 |
| StackOverflow |         1100 | 15703714 |
| Meta          |         1100 |   233596 |
| Gaming        |         1100 |    57802 |
| Meta          |         1050 |    92576 |
| Meta          |         1050 |   196178 |
| Meta          |         1050 |    27846 |
| Meta          |         1050 |   126693 |
| Meta          |         1050 |   243263 |
+---------------+--------------+----------+
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    Ahem. 3750 and counting, not just 1500 any more :-) – Rand al'Thor Nov 1 '17 at 19:37

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