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The Professor (played by Álvaro Morte) took on another target in the most recent season of Money Heist. As the Netflix series continues to shock TV streamers, some fans have pointed out some glaring plot holes in the last episodes.

Spain’s most popular crack team of international criminals targeted the Bank of Spain in the latest instalment of Netflix’s Money Heist.

Despite the Professor’s complex plan, the team’s second hit was quickly sabotaged by character drama and quality detective work in true Money Heist fashion.

As the Spanish heists became even more elaborate in Part Four, many fans were left scratching their heads by the convoluted sequence of heist tactics and plot twists.

Some viewers have taken to online discussion forums like Reddit to discuss the numerous plot holes and oversights in the latest season.

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Many fans took issue with the introduction of new adversary Gandía (José Manuel Poga), an intimidating assassin who caused the death of fan favourite Nairobi (Alba Flores).

One fan posted: “I was laughing with every Gandía vs. heist team gunfight. He literally stood in the middle of the hallway for almost a minute yet they did not manage to even hurt him ONE bit with any bullet.”

Even though the formidable hitman deserved some major comeuppance, fans were frustrated when every violent altercation with Gandía seemed to end in a stalemate.

Reactions became even more sore following the death of Nairobi, which many fans felt was entirely preventable.

The fan continued: “Like, the Professor didn’t discuss in his five month class about the main boss and just said through the phone, ‘oh yeah I forgot to tell all of you, Gandía is an assassin, good luck guys!’”

Another fan questioned: “Did Palermo free Gandía because he could be the boss? Or for revenge?”

The wickedly intelligent Professor is infamous for beginning each heist with an intensive course about the team’s next targets.

However, despite the elaborate hit on the Bank of Spain taking an impressive five months to outline to his team of specialists, fans noticed the Professor failed to mention some key details.

Finally, one more fan suggested an answer: “Part of their plan is to disable and apprehend the security personnel first before doing the main work. They aren’t expecting that Gandía would break free from captivity.”

However, this still doesn’t detract from the relentless sequence of convoluted twists and reveals many fans thought over-complicated the latest season of Money Heist.

Season five has not been confirmed by Netflix yet, but viewers are hoping any future episodes will be able to streamline the plot back to its usual high standard.

Money Heist season 4 is currently available to stream on Netflix.

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