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The Chase viewers were left fuming after a contestant opted for the lower offer – and bagged a place in the final.
Appearing on the popular ITV gaming show, Daniel made it known to his team players and to presenter Bradley Walsh that he wasn't confident enough to go for the middle proposition that was given to him by Paul Sinha.
But Daniel's acceptance of £1,000 certainly infuriated viewers at home, who took to Twitter to share their surprise and disappointment.
However, his decision to do so is an incredibly common thing to happen on the show – but it certainly lands contestants in hot water among public opinion.
Taking to the social media platform, one fan said: "I will go low Brad and share everyone else's winnings."
Another agreed and penned: "Why, oh why, do so many people say 'I always swore I’d never go low but . . . ??' Nobody believes you."
A third unhappy fan said: "Right decision to go low but should never have been a positive offer."
"Desperate Dan goes low," a fourth chimed.
Dan and three other team members did their best to fight of the Chaser in the final round as they battled to secure their winnings of £11,000.
But although they did manage to get thirteen questions correct between them, it still was not enough and the Chaser managed to catch up with the trio with ease.
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