Deal or No Deal

Information & statistics for the slot Deal or No Deal from Evolution Gaming

Deal or No Deal from Evolution Gaming

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Deal or No Deal is a television game show with a simple format that is massively popular all over the world. Although it is known under different names in different countries, and its format isn't always identical, the principles of the game and the way it is played are fairly consistent. The Deal or No Deal live casino game from Evolution Gaming has much the same format as in the TV shows aired in the UK and US. It is, therefore, one that allows you to take on the Banker in an effort to beat him at his own game…

Deal or No Deal: The Pre-Game

Like most game show offerings at online casinos, Deal or No Deal is part visual and part live. Both aspects of the game have been designed to give you a similar aesthetic experience to the one you might enjoy if you were playing the TV show itself. The graphics in the virtual section are top-notch, and the studio design for the live portion of the game is superb.

The Deal or No Deal game as played at online casinos begins with you having to spin a wheel to unlock a bank vault. The wheel has three concentric circles, and each ring has some sections which are gold and some sections which aren't. You pay to spin the wheel, which serves as the door to the bank vault, and if you get three golden ring sectors lining up in the 12 o'clock position, you gain access to the main game.

There are eight golden boxes to the left of the screen and another eight to the right. Each box contains a cash value, one of which you will win during the main game. Those cash values will vary according to the stake you use when spinning the golden wheel. The more you bet, the more you could win.

When you have unlocked the bank vault to qualify for the main game, you can choose to top up the values of any of the sixteen boxes by spinning another wheel. This wheel consists of multiple segments, each of which has a cash value. Choose the box you want to boost and the stake you want to use. The cash values on the wheel will vary according to the stake used. Spin the wheel, and the value selected will be added to the box you selected for boosting.

You can boost multiple boxes via multiple spins of the wheel. However, you will only have a limited amount of time to do so before the main game starts, so don't hang around.

Deal or No Deal: The Main Game

A brief Deal or No Deal Live opening sequence marks the beginning of the main game. You will then see the main game show host standing in the foreground of the studio at a desk. On the desk is your assigned briefcase (which is closed) and the familiar black telephone. In the background is another game host who is in charge of 15 more closed briefcases.

Each of your golden boxes on the left of the screen will now have a blue label numbered 1 to 8. Your golden boxes on the right will each have a red number from 9 to 16.

Three briefcases in the background will be opened. Each opened briefcase will show a blue or red screen, and your golden boxes which correspond with those numbers will be eliminated from play. A Banker's Offer will then show on your screen, and you have around 10 seconds to decide whether you want to take that offer or reject it. You should press Deal or No Deal buttons at the foot of the screen, accordingly.

Another four briefcases will be opened, and four more of your golden boxes will be eliminated. The Banker will make you another offer in light of the prizes remaining, and you can choose to say Deal or No Deal.

The same procedure will take place for another four briefcases and then for another three. If you make a Deal at any point along the way, you win the prize offered by the Banker. However, if you have said No Deal to all offers, you will be given one final offer from the Banker. There will be two prizes left on the screen at this point. One of those will be in the briefcase on the desk, which is yours, and the other will be in the last closed briefcase at the back of the studio.

If you reject the final offer from the Banker, you will be given a chance to swap your briefcase for the other remaining one. When you have made your decision, both briefcases will be opened, and you will see what prize you have won from the game.

Deal or No Deal: Playing Strategically

When you watch the game of Deal or No Deal being played on television, you'll see contestants approach it in one of two ways. The first is by thinking long and hard about each and every decision, often turning to the audience for advice and support. The other is by making their original choice and then proceeding to quickly reject all offers that the Banker makes as they come up.

We don't know which approach is better for TV, but in the Deal or No Deal live casino game, no strategy will help you to win over the long term. The game returns just over 95% to players, so in the long run, you can expect to lose slightly less than $5 for every $100 you bet.

Your stake determines the value of the prize boxes, and the Banker will almost always offer a sum that equates to the average value of all remaining prize boxes. This means that it doesn't matter - in the long term - whether you say Deal or No Deal, or whether you choose to swap the briefcase towards the end of the game.

This being the case, we would suggest that you trust your gut. If an offer looks attractive compared with the bet you've made, take it. If it doesn't, leave it. Even if you lose, the advantage of this game over the TV version is that you can have another go at winning whenever you want!

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