Deal or No Deal
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The topic of the game.
Games with lower volatility typically give smaller wins, more often, while high volatility gives you fewer, but larger wins.
The lowest amount you can stake on this game.
The highest amount you can stake on this game.
Where this game can be played: desktop PC, mobile, tablet or in club
Lowest stake: 50p
Highest stake: £1,000
How to play
Terms And Conditions
Play Deal or No Deal and test your nerve against the banker!
Lift the lid on a fortune with this slot game based on the hit TV show! Just like the popular programme, Deal or No Deal will have you on the edge of your seat. You decide which box to choose and whether it’s Deal or No Deal with the mysterious banker!
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This version of Deal or No Deal is based on the popular TV game show broadcast on Channel 4.
The player is faced with 26 identical boxes, containing different prize amounts depending on the initial stake. Once the player chooses their box, they have to carefully pick their way through the remaining boxes hoping to avoid the higher prize amounts. Each box chosen is pivotal. At the end of each round, the all knowing, ever present Banker will present the player with enticing offers, with the only directive of buying the players box for as little as possible. The player knows that the longer they can keep the big money in play they can force the banker to increase his offer.
Playing the Game
The player chooses their stake at the beginning of the game by clicking on the up and down arrows to the right of the stake box. The possible payouts on the score table will change according to the stake selected.
The game starts with 26 identical sealed boxes. The player then chooses their box to play the game with. In the first round the player must choose six boxes before the first offer from the Banker.
The player must then decide on whether to take the offer and is presented with the options ‘Deal’ or ‘No Deal’. The player must choose either ‘Deal’ to accept the offer and win that amount or ‘No Deal’ to decline the offer and carry on playing.
In the second and third rounds, five boxes are opened before the player receives an offer from the Banker. Again, the player must make a choice between ‘Deal’ or ‘No Deal’.
In the fourth round, four boxes are opened before the player receives an offer from the Banker. The player must make a choice between ‘Deal’ or ‘No Deal’.
In the fifth round, four of the remaining five boxes are opened before the player receives an offer from the Banker. The player must choose either ‘Deal’ to accept the offer or ‘No Deal’ to decline the offer. If the offer is declined, the remaining box and the players box are opened at the same time and the player will win the amount contained in their chosen box.
This game is regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. Maximum payout on any games is £250,000. Malfunction voids all pays and play.
All games are subject to the standard Mecca Bingo Terms and Conditions.
This game has a Return to Player of 95.21 % based on good playing strategy. System malfunction voids all pays and plays.