Bring your casino experience to life with our thrilling game of chance, Deal or No Deal Live.
By spinning the three-reel bank vault wheel and aligning gold segments in the upper central sector of the wheel, you will qualify for this game.
The bank vault door is subsequently unlocked, allowing you into the game show.
Your qualification chances can be increased by buying one or two rings by selecting ‘Easy’ or ‘Very Easy’.
The gold segments on the bought rings are automatically aligned on top.
The amount of your selected bet is then raised by three times for one ring (Easy) and nine times for two rings (Very Easy).
This must be done within the qualification time shown in the countdown timer at the centre of the wheel.
If you do not qualify in the qualification time, you are automatically offered qualification for the next round.
You are able to spin the wheel as many times as you wish in the provided time. Every spin costs you the selected bet amount.
The bigger your bet, the bigger the value in the briefcases to qualify with for the game show.
Each spin sets the amount of money in the biggest-prize briefcase by 75x–500x the amount of your bet.
In the qualification round, you have the option to select any of the briefcases to be the biggest-prized briefcase at any point.
To do this you have to click/tap on one of the prize values listed down the left and right-hand sides of the game window.
This can be done as many times as you like in the time available.
During this qualification round, the bigger your bets are, the bigger the value will be in the briefcases for the actual game show.
The Top Up Wheel
After you’ve qualified, the Top Up wheel is displayed.
You then have the option to top up the amount of money in the briefcase you chose to be the biggest-prize briefcase by 5x–50x your bet.
This can be done by selecting your Top Up bet amount, and then spinning the wheel.
The Top Up Wheel can be spun as many times as you wish in the time provided. Every spin will cost you your selected bet amount.
A countdown timer is again shown at the centre of the wheel.
The Main Game
Next, you enter the main game show as the contestant.
Your briefcase is on the table at the front of the studio, next to the game show host and a hotline to the Banker.
The 15 other briefcases are set in two orderly rows, with the host’s assistant just behind.
Each of the 16 briefcases have a number between 1 and 16, and they are distributed across the studio at random.
The amounts of money in the numbered briefcases are displayed on the left and right sides of the screen.
During the game show, the host’s assistant will gradually open the briefcases revealing the briefcase numbers and the amount of money they contain.
When a briefcase has been opened, it is no longer a part of the game show.
First Opening and Offer
Three of the 16 randomly distributed briefcases are opened.
Then, the Banker makes a ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer, before waiting for your decision:
If you select ‘Deal’, then the amount of money won is shown in the winning message and added to your balance.
You will then be offered the opportunity to return to the qualification round.
If you choose ‘No Deal’, the game continues.
If you do not select an option within the decision time, ‘No Deal’ is automatically picked and play goes on.
Second Opening and Offer
Four more randomly distributed briefcases are opened.
The Banker again makes a ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer and waits for a decision.
Third Opening and Offer
Four more randomly distributed briefcases are opened, followed by the Banker’s ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer.
Fourth Opening and Final Offer
In this round, only three more randomly distributed briefcases are opened.
This leaves only your briefcase and the one other unopened briefcase.
The Banker then makes his last offer, consisting of three options: ‘Deal’, ‘Switch Briefcases’ or ‘No Deal’, and he waits for you to make your decision.
You may choose ‘Deal’ to take the offer, immediately receiving your winnings from the game.
If you think the amount of money in the other box is higher than yours, you can opt to ‘Switch Briefcases’, and the two boxes are swapped round.
You can also choose ‘No Deal’ to keep your assigned briefcase.
The Final Opening
During the last opening, the final two briefcases are opened.
If you chose ‘No Deal’ for the Banker’s final offer, you win the prize of the briefcase you were assigned.
If you chose to ‘Switch Briefcases’, the prize of the other briefcase is yours.
A message displaying your winnings in the game show then appears on-screen, and you go back to the qualification round.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 95.42%
The expected return is the amount paid out to players, relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will pay out £95.42 of wins on average.