In advance the final round, the remaining contestants have to choose blindly between two collections of questions – Set A or Set B.
After Gaynor and Phillip were easily seen off by ul, who flawlessly matched their 17 exact answers with over 40 seconds to s re, some viewers lamented the difficulty level of his questions.
“Questions for the chaser were just too effortlessly. Answered a number of them without thought yet struggled so much with the other set! #thechase” revealed one.
Another wrote: “#TheChase I’ll say it again. The questions are far to easy for the chaser. Tonights are far to diffused.”
“I’m sorry, but that was thetic. The Chasers questions were p**s easy #TheChase,” a third individual raged.
“#TheChase how annoying total mismatch in the difficulty of questions in the decisive between chaser + contestants #again Shame on you @ITV,” someone else posted.
Drove Bradley Walsh has recently spoken out against fix claims that suffer with been aimed at the popular teatime show.
After one rticular happening saw fans speculating over whether he asks the Chasers their uncertainties faster, he said: “We have lawyers on the floor to watch all of this.
“I presume from them [the questions] at exactly the same speed for both.”
He added: “Don’t thoughts, if I’ve got Mark Labbett [aka ‘The Beast’] answering questions for two minutes and I’ve got a team answering for two piddles, the team aren’t going to be quicker.
“Simple as that, because they keep to press the button [before answering], which is why they get a head start stood on how many people are in the final.”
The Chase continues tomorrow at 5pm on ITV.