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Why the Deal or No Deal format makes for a perfect casino game

It’s fair to say that we all have a soft spot for the game show Deal or No Deal. The Noel Edmonds-hosted programme graced our TV screens for 11 years in the UK, and the show has been reproduced in dozens of countries all around the world – proof of the unique appeal Deal or No Deal had, and the drama it conjured up.

It’s been four years since the show last aired in the UK, and while many die-hard fans of Deal or No Deal have been pining for Edmonds, the Dream Factory and those familiar red boxes, there is still a way to enjoy the game and its inimitable format. Yes, we’re talking about the Deal or No Deal casino game, which allows you to step foot in the famous studio and play the game as if you were really there.

This online game is incredibly simple, much like the original game show. At the beginning of the game you pick one box out of 26 to be your own box, which you’ll keep closed until the very end of the game. You then must go through all the boxes on the board, revealing their monetary value, and at certain stages the famous black telephone will ring and the Banker will offer you a sum of money to buy your box. The question is whether you want to cash out and accept the Banker’s deal, or continue in the hope that your box contains a high-value amount.

Of course, it goes without saying that the sums on offer don’t quite stretch to the £250,000 seen in the original UK version of the game show. Instead, the amounts on the board will be based on your stake. For example, a £1 bet will yield lower sums, with the highest possible win being £10, whereas a £2 will yield a £20 windfall should you have the highest figure in your box. The more you bet, the more you have the chance of winning, and this aspect makes the game all the more exciting, the fact that the value of your potential winnings is all in your own hands.

The format of Deal or No Deal lends itself perfectly to an online game. While the game show featured a lot of chat, drama, and of course, the dreaded ad breaks, the online casino game is a much speedier affair. You simply click on the boxes you want to get rid of before the telephone rings automatically and the banker makes you an offer. There is even an auto-pick option if you’re really looking to get on with things, which will automatically delete random boxes from the game for you.

It’s the sheer unpredictability of Deal or No Deal that made the game show so enjoyable, and the same factor is at play in the slot game, leaving your nerves chattering as you seek that high amount or a good deal. After all, Deal or No Deal, has always been a game of chance, and with the online version free from the intense psychological aspect of the game show, you gave an opportunity to enjoy the format in its purest form. So, have a go if you think luck might just be on your side!

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