Spectators complain that the participants’ questions are “too difficult”.

Beat The Chasers has come under fire from viewers who accused the show of making the questions too difficult for participants to ask.

The Chase’s successful ITV spin-off was viewed daily for quiz fans.

But now, after another night of near-misses, the audience felt compelled to say a word.


Are the questions too simple for the persecutors? (Photo credit: ITV)

What happened on Beat The Chasers last night?

In the show last night (January 6th) many participants fell by the wayside.

One participant even said goodbye to the first hurdle after incorrectly answering their first question about the cash builder.

Rohit was asked, “In rowing, what is known as making an erroneous stroke with the oar trapped underwater?”

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He took the wrong answer, “hit kelp”, when the real answer was “catch crabs”.

Candidate Lianne from London did a brilliant job, but the audience found her questions too difficult.

How did the audience react?

Disgruntled viewers quickly went to Twitter to share their views.

One said, “The format is incorrect. Most of these questions at the beginning are ridiculously difficult – certainly not “general knowledge”.

“Do you get the first one wrong and you’re out – grossly unfair.

“What you achieve is practically irrelevant. Definite room for improvement. “

Beat The Chasers Questions Too Hard
Rohit fell at the first hurdle (Credit: ITV)

Another Thought The pursuers get the simple questions.

The participants get ridiculously difficult questions compared to the experts.

“They obviously didn’t want to give her any money.

“Ridiculously difficult questions compared to the experts #beatthechasers,” said one viewer.

A third viewer said: “#BeatTheChasers How are the questions asked?

“So many people who are really intelligent get stupid, difficult questions, and other people who win thousands get much easier questions?”

Shame on you!

Another viewer felt sorry for Rohit, who was eliminated after his first question about the money maker.

The viewer tweeted: “I felt sorry for the guy who was knocked out after the first question.

“He had a tough question about rowing.

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“The first question is usually very easy, but it was so difficult.

“Shame on the people who asked #BeatTheChasers.”

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