no but like can we take a second to appreciate what a wonderful role reversal this was?
in the original stories, Professor Moriarty (probably) walked knowingly to his grave because he knew Holmes would die with him, only for Holmes to beat him because of his superior physical strength/wrestling ability and eventually re-emerge into the world triumphant.
However, James Moriarty instead of embracing death, goes and outsmarts Sherlock, predicting his movements, and in the end, re-emerges smirking and smiling, knowing he beat Sherlock in the only way that really mattered to either of them, and eager to continue playing their game, now that his superiority is established and Sherlock has just shown (through what he did for Mary) that John Watson isn’t his one and only weakness anymore.
And let me just say that this is (to me, at least) such a more satisfactory reading of the character of Moriarty.
PS: To be fair to Arthur Conan Doyle, he wasn’t really concerned with character reading when he originally wrote The Final Problem, since his main motivation for that story was (ultimately unsuccessfully) ridding himself of having to write Sherlock Holmes stories.