Jenny Ryan hits out at #TheChase player for wrong move: 'I said it wasn’t wise!'

The Chase host Bradley Walsh introduced Jenny Ryan as today’s Chaser as four contestants attempted to take her on for a chance to win their share of the jackpot prize. However, the team didn’t have much luck on the show and the Chaser questioned whether one player’s offer choice was really the right decision considering the circumstances. 

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Kelly, 42, Tom, 51, Judi, 63, and Ed, 19, all tried their hardest on the ITV quiz show but Jenny was on excellent form. 

First to face the Chaser was Kelly who had earned just £1,000 in her cash builder round before the Chaser made sure she wouldn’t be in the final.

Next up was Tom who had earned an impressive £6,000 and was urged by his teammates to consider the higher offer.

But, Tom decided to stick with what he had earned before a string of tricky questions led him to miss out on the final. 

THE CHASEThe Chase: Jenny hit out at a contestant (Image: ITV)

THE CHASE JENNY RYANThe Chase: Bradley defended Ed's choice (Image: ITV)

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With the jackpot empty, it was up to Judi to try and secure the first lot of jackpot winnings and luckily she performed well.

After earning £7,000 in her cash builder round, Judi became the first contestant to make it through to the final.

Ed was the final contestant to decide whether he would stick with his offer of £2,000 or take a risk.

Judi told him to consider taking the offer of minus £1,000, making it clear she didn’t want to be in the final on her own.

THE CHASE JENNY RYANThe Chase: Judi was left on her own for the final (Image: ITV)

But, when Ed stuck with what he had earned, Jenny remarked: “I don’t

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