ITV viewers tune into The Chase to see four members of the public go up against one of the show’s five Chasers and tonight, it was Mark ‘The Beast’ Labbett who was hoping to catch the players and prevent them from taking home a substantial cash prize. Thursday evening’s programme saw three players make it through to the final and they looked to be walking away with the money until they were outrun by The Beast with less than a second remaining - leading fans to dub it the “closest Chase ever.”
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Tonight’s programme saw players Adam, Kate, Sally and Kelvin up to face Mark.
The first three players successfully made it through and it looked as though they might end up with a full house against The Chaser.
Unfortunately, Kelvin struggled in his head-to-head and was soon knocked out, after having gone against one of his team mate’s advice to go for the low offer.
But this decision proved costly after this evening’s remaining trio were caught with under a second remaining on the clock.
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The Chase: Mark caught the trio with less than a second to spare (Image: ITV)
Adam, Kate and Sally managed to get 20 steps ahead of Mark, with Bradley remarking they were “in the fun zone” after their final round.
When Mark came back out to face questions for a final time, he congratulated the team’s performance.
The Chaser told the team: That’s how bit should be done, what I noticed, is it’s a natural response
“You were responding and answering the questions faster, that’s why you got through questions faster… two or three more than