How To Play Deal Or No Deal Live
All details below were correct when published on 30th August 2019. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.
Deal Or No Deal may not be on our TV screens these days, but it’s still going strong in the gambling world. Not content with lending itself to online slots, instant win and bingo games, Deal Or No Deal is now a live casino game show. Developed by Evolution Gaming it follows in the footsteps of Dream Catcher Live. Playing the game is quite easy, but it’s not quite the TV version that you may expect. First of all there’s a spin the wheel qualifying round to get through before you can start opening cases and hopefully beat The Banker.
How To Play Deal Or No Deal Live
When you first open the Deal Or No Deal Live lobby you’ll see a game show wheel with different segments. You might hear a presenter speaking in the background. This is the three reel bank vault wheel and you need to get past this qualifying round in order to play the main DOND game. To qualify you need to wager on spins of this wheel. These wagers can be between 10p and £100. The wager determines the prizes that are available to be won.
Once you’ve decided your wager you then need to spin the three-reel bank vault wheel. The aim is to align gold segments in the upper central sector of the wheel. This unlocks the bank vault door and allows you into the game show. You can make this process easier by purchasing 1 or 2 segments. If you choose these options then 1 or 2 gold segments will automatically be fixed in the upper area.
The Top Up Wheel
If you qualify through the Bank Vault Wheel round then you move on to the next stage of the game. This is the Top Up wheel. The Top Up Wheel gives you the option to top up the amount of money in the briefcase that will be chosen by the live presenter. By wagering on this section you potentially can boost the prize by x5 to x50. At this point you’re ready to enter the main game and play Deal Or No Deal live. For the live game players have 16 briefcases (instead of 22 as in the TV show). One is selected by the player and remaining 15 are then opened by the presenter’s assistant.
Is There A Deal Or No Deal Live Strategy?
During gameplay you can interact with the host via a chat window. This makes game play more immersive and fun. At intervals during the show the contestant will be offered the opportunity to “deal” or “no deal”. Remember the aim of the game is to predict whether the amount of money in the last of 16 briefcases will be higher than the Banker’s offer. The amount you win is determined by your wager multiplied by the multiplier in the chosen case. The top prize is x65 to x100 the original bet. Note that it is a multi player game so other contestants are trying to beat The Banker as well.
We suggest that gut instinct is the best strategy for playing Deal Or No Deal Live – at least the main game. You may well want to make life easier in the qualification stage by opting for Easy or Easier as opposed to Normal. It might cost you a little bit more but it does ensure that you get through to the more interesting game. We found that by staying on “Normal” it was a lot lot harder to get through to qualification.