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9:11 - Professor Moriarty vs. Sherlock Holmes


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SEASON 9, ROUND 11

Professor Moriarty

Slot: The Team's Master Criminal
Season Wins: 1
Season Losses: 2
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Read more about Professor Moriarty at Wikipedia
Official Site: Arthur Conan Doyle



Sherlock Holmes

Slot: The Team's Master Detective
Season Wins: 2
Season Losses: 1
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Read more about Sherlock Holmes at Wikipedia
Official Site: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.


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Detective Challenge: Stockholm Syndrome

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Uh, it really depends on the versions of each character. If it's the book versions, then Holmes wins for sure. If it's like the Sherlock show I feel like Moriarty would do very well, but Holmes might still be able to pull it off. 

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My view is that the challenge does not favor Sherlock Holmes.

In the BBC series, which is what I have to go on, Sherlock Holmes is asocial at best.  The challenge at hand would require a bit of empathy or social engineering or psychology.  I guess it is doable but it's not Holmes' strong area.  Holmes isn't particularly personable.

Moriarty is personable enough, albeit a sociopath.  He's probably the strong horse in this tug of war for the victim.  

 

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Heh, I was wondering if the Draft would make this match-up. :D 

In most versions of Sherlock Holmes's story, he generally outsmarts Moriarty. Cracking this hostage's Stockholm Syndrome would be tough, but I can see Sherlock researching the hostage's history (family, interests, etc.) and maybe using that information and his own smarts to break Moriarty's bond with him/her.

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