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The Chase fans were baffled while watching Monday's episode as Bradley Walsh made a bizarre comment about a player's age.
Samta, 26, was taking part in the show and had completed her cash-builder round before taking on Chaser Jenny Ryan.
After her round, Bradley asked Samta how old she was and suggested that some of the questions were out of her age range.
Viewers were baffled as one tweeted: "Why does Bradley keep thinking younger people won't know certain things?"
While another wrote: "Yeah Bradley there's a law that stops people learning about things that happened before they were born".
"How old are you? 26. It is possible to know things from before you were 18", penned a third.
A fourth typed: "LOTS OF PEOPLE KNOW STUFF FROM BEFORE THEY WERE BORN, BRADLEY!"
Sadly, Samta didn't make it through to the last round as she was caught by Jenny.
Ali and Ross were the only two contestants to make it through.
They gained an impressive 20 step lead ahead of the chaser and were playing for £6,000 between them.
During the nail-biting final round, it looked like Jenny was going to be beaten as she was running out of time to catch the pair.
However, The Vixen did incredibly well and managed to win with just four seconds remaining.
Jenny was shocked as she said: "20 is usually more than enough to beat a Chaser.
"I can't quite believe I managed to do that!"
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