Tipping Point fans laugh as contestant is dealt ‘karma’ in ‘worst game ever’

Tipping Point fans could hardly believe what they were witnessing as they dubbed one player on the most recent episode "the worst player ever".

Player Dan appeared to get off to a good start answering the initial few questions correctly but baffled fans when he decided to pass to the other contestants.

He didn't appear to be having much luck as the other players bagged cash for their own banks whereas so far he'd not landed a penny.

Host Ben Shephard laughed: "You're supposed to put money in your own bank Dan, not give it to everyone else."

Dan was left with one final opportunity to answer but chimed in too early – this meant that his final counter was up for grabs at the end of the round and leaving him with no cash.

At this point, Twitter erupted with comments about Dan's "shocking performance" with many chiming he'd been dealt "karma" for passing so early on in the game.

One Tweet read: "Worst performance I've ever seen. Bye Dan."

Another agreed: "Dan worst player to ever go on the show."

"Dan is having the mare of all mares," joked a third.

A fourth added: "That has to be the worst performance by a Tipping Point player serves you right Dan."

While a fifth person wrote: "A big dose of pass w***er Karma."

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