House of Games fans convinced celeb guest 'threw' the episode as co-star gets surprise win | The Sun

HOUSE of Games fans are convinced a celebrity guest 'threw' the episode as their co-star got a surprise win.

This week, host Richard Osman is joined by Strictly's Katya Jones, presenter Jayne Middlemiss, former cricketer Phil Tufnell and comedian Rob Deering.

Rob had won the first two episodes and was looking for his hat-trick on Thursday.

The funny man was in the lead up until the last round, Answer Smash, with Phil two points behind.

Phil managed to get the last one before the buzzer went, with Richard the revealing it was a tie, with both men scoring nine points.

The host then showed them one more Answer Smash, and Phil was the quickest to buzz in and get the answer right, giving him the win.

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The former Question of Sport star stood up and celebrated as the rest of the celebs clapped his first win.

But taking to Twitter, some House of Games fans were convinced Rob had 'thrown' the game for some reason.

One wrote: "Come on @DeeringRob. Confession time. You threw that didn’t you?!#HouseofGames."

Another added: "Tuffers turns the week on it’s head; fast bowling tonight! #HouseofGames."

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A third tweeted: "Tuffers winning the day with Zanzibarbell was brilliant 😂 #HouseofGames."

But others weren't as impressed with one writing: "#Houseofgames The current players have been a complete turn off.

"Giving each other answers, having to have huge clues. Tedious."

House of Games airs on BBC Two and is available on BBC iPlayer.

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