First Person Deal or No Deal

First Person Deal or No Deal

The Banker awaits in our Live Casino game, First Person Deal or No Deal!

Qualify for the game show and you can you can select one of the 16 briefcases to win bet multipliers.

Get immersed in the experience with the brilliant First Person feature.

Will you choose to Deal or No Deal?


    First Person Deal or No Deal Game Overview

    The minimum bet size available in First Person Deal or No Deal is 10p.

    The maximum bet size is £900.


    Qualification Round

    You can qualify for the game show after spinning the three-reel bank vault wheel and aligning gold segments in the upper central sector of the wheel. The bank vault door is then unlocked, and you enter the game show.

    You can boost your chances of qualification by purchasing one or two rings. To do this, select 'Easy' or 'Very Easy'.

    The gold segments on the rings that were bought are automatically aligned on top. If you selected Easy then your wager is trebled, and if you went for Very Easy it will multiply your wager by 9x.

    All of the above must be completed within the displayed qualification time in the countdown timer in the middle of the wheel. If you fail to qualify in time, you will be offered qualification for the following round.

    The wheel can be spun as many times as you like in the allotted time. Each spin costs your selected wager. The bigger your stake, the bigger the value found in the briefcases in the game show.

    The amount of money in the biggest-prize briefcase is set by 75x–500x your wager on each spin.

    You can choose to select any of the briefcases to be the biggest-prized briefcase at any time during qualification. This is done by clicking one of the prize values on the left and right-hand sides, and you can do this as many times as you like in the allotted time.


    The Top Up Wheel

    After you have achieved qualification, the Top Up wheel is displayed. At this point, you can boost the money in the biggest briefcase by 5x to 50x your wager. This can be done by picking your Top Up bet size and spinning the wheel.

    There is no limit to the amount of spins you can play in the allotted time. Your selected bet amount is charged for each spin you play.

    A timer is located in the middle of the reel to signify the amount of time you have remaining.


    The Main Game

    When you enter the main game show as the contestant, you will find your briefcase on the table at the front of the studio, next to the host of the game show and a hotline to the Banker.

    The other 15 briefcases are set in orderly rows with the host's assistant just behind.

    The 16 briefcases are numbered from 1-16, and they are spread out across the studio.

    The amounts of money that are held in the briefcases are displayed on either side of your screen.

    The host's assistant will open the briefcases as the game progresses, revealing the amount of money held in each of them.

    When a briefcase has been selected it is out of the game.


    Payout

    Briefcase Value (Low to High)
    Prize Awarded (Multiplier)
    10.10x
    20.20x
    30.50x
    40.70x
    51x
    62x
    73x
    85x
    98x
    1010x
    1112x
    1215x
    1320x
    1425x
    1550x
    1665-100x

    First Opening and Offer

    When you start to open briefcases, you will first remove three of the initial 16 from the game.

    Once the first three briefcases have been opened, you are made a 'Deal or No Deal' offer by the Banker, and you must choose to accept or reject their offer.

    Selecting 'Deal' will result in the money offered being shown in a winning message, and it is credited to your account. You will then be offered the opportunity to return to the qualification round.

    Play will continue if you elect to 'No Deal'.

    Failing to select an option during the decision time results in a 'No Deal' decision being interpreted, and play will continue.


    Second Opening and Offer

    In the second round, you open another four randomly distributed briefcases.

    At the end of the round, you are made another 'Deal or No Deal' offer by the Banker, who will wait for your choice.


    Third Opening and Offer

    Another four briefcases are opened in round three, followed by a third 'Deal or No Deal' offer by the Banker.


    Fourth Opening and Offer

    In round four you will open another three briefcases, which leaves only two remaining, one of which is the briefcase you possess from the start.

    The Banker makes his final offer with three options: 'Deal', 'Switch Briefcases' and 'No Deal', and you must then make your final decision.

    The winnings are collected if you decide to 'Deal', and if you select 'No Deal' you advance to the last part of the game with your briefcase.

    Electing to 'Switch Briefcases' will swap the two remaining briefcases around and decline the Banker's offer. You can do this if you believe the money in the other box is a larger amount.


    The Final Opening

    The two remaining briefcases are opened in the final part of the game.

    If you opted to 'No Deal' the Banker's last offer then the prize in your briefcase is awarded.

    If you decided to 'Switch Briefcases' then the prize in the other briefcase will be granted.

    Once your account has been credited with your winnings, you are returned to the qualification round.


    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 95.42%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.42 of wins.

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