Pam, 57, an admin assistant from Halifax was the only member of the team, fronted by presenter Bradley Walsh, to make it through to the final chase.
Her teammates, John, Kirsty, and Alejandro, were all caught in their respective rounds.
With her teammates gone, Pam was forced to defend her prize money from The Vixen alone.
The final chase saw Pam fighting tooth and nail to push the chaser back, succeeding in keeping her at bay for most of the final round.
However one of the questions answered by the chaser seemed to baffle some of the fans of the game show.
During the second minute of the round, Bradley, 57, asked the chaser: “The British Royal family has which surname?”
Jenny answered: “Windsor,” which was deemed correct.
Noticing something amiss, fans flocked to Twitter to point out the quiz show’s apparent error.
One fan commented: “I thought the royal family name was Mountbatten-Windsor not just ‘Windsor’ #TheChase.”
While another added, confused: “It’s not just Windsor #TheChase.”
Another fan tweeted: “@ITVChase knew I wasn’t making it up in my head… Royal family surname is Mountbatten-Windsor not just Windsor… that’s it redo the show! #thechase.”