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Presenter Bradley Walsh will call hopefuls down from the audience to compete in a hardcore version of The Cash Builder, which will see them eliminated immediately if they get the first question wrong. They must then choose how many Chasers to face - with the incentive being far greater quantities of cash for facing more quiz geniuses. The exciting new format is set to expose which Chaser is the greatest of them all, but the statistics can already confirm who is the best performer. The Chasers usually face off against contestants on their own and face the humiliation of defeat alone, but this time their errors will let down their new team. Data from series 1 to 12 has been collated by One Question Shootout to reveal a very tight race for first place - but a clear weak link in the pack. In over 350 episodes, Anne has snuck into top spot with a very impressive 82.4% win percentage. The Governess has had 100% accuracy in 23 shows and has the highest amount of clean sweeps (not getting a question wrong) in the Final Chase. Trailing agonisingly close behind in second place is The Sinnerman with another exceptional win percentage of 82.3% - just 0.1% off the leader.

Paul has had a remarkable turnaround in recent years, climbing from the bottom to just below the top of the standings, and has a 100% record in 11 shows. Mark, the much-loved Beast, sits in the middle of the leader board and is closely followed by newest Chaser Jenny, aka The Vixen. While all five Chasers have close win ratios there has to be a loser - and sadly it's Shaun Wallace with an average of 75.1%. The Dark Destroyer has an impressive 100% record in 12 shows, but once got more than half his questions wrong. Amazingly, Shaun was also beaten by a team in series 6 who only achieved a score of 14 in the Final Chase.

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