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Saturday, September 09, 2006

'Cocky' Bill's Game Report

Well after last weeks best ever week for contestant’s winnings in the show's history, this week is heading for the worst week ever for contestant's winnings unless today can turn this around. Today 'Cocky bill' tries to reverse this week's trend. It's yet another early appearance for a contestant as Bill has 14 shows under his belt, the banker calls pre-game and says he has immense respect for Bill and huge respect for his wife (who is in the audience) who has to put up with Bill!. It could be an interesting battle with the banker today with the recent banter between Bill and the banker leading to the banker giving Bill the prefix of 'Cocky'

Round 1
13 - £10
15 - £35,000 mixed reaction on that one
14 - £50,000 groans from the audience
17 - £20,000 more 'ohhhs'
3 - £50 and the return of Joseph in a new position on the wings - Noel speaks to Joseph and we find out that Joseph has been away in hospital.

The banker calls and says it great to see Joseph back - Joseph quickly fires back that he should see his front as it's even better, it looks like Joseph is back and in form again providing some entertainment on the wings. The banker makes an initial offer of £2 (this relates to an earlier game where Bill had some comments for the banker resulting in a £2 offer to another contestant) He then adds £6,000 in front of it - so £6,002 is the opening offer, Bill says NO DEAL.

Round 2
1 - £15,000
8 - 1p Big cheer all round
21 - £1 big cheers and applause

Noel comments about the large gap in the reds now, the banker calls very quickly and says he is loving this game - him against 'Cocky Bill' and offers £13,500. Bill says NO DEAL.

Round 3
11 - £250,000 brings silence to the studio
19 - £250 big cheers and applause
5 - £100,000

That was a horrible round for Bill and the £75,000 is very isolated now. The banker says he loved that round and Noel comments that it is now a one box game as was Rob's game yesterday who bailed out at £3,500 so the banker offers the same £3,500, Bill says NO DEAL

Round 4
9 - £1,000
6 - £75,000 Groans from the audience
10 - 50p

Banker quickly calls and Noel tells Bill to sit down before he reveals the bankers offer - Bill does and Noel reveals the offer of £800. Noel asks Bill what he's thinking - Bill says it's quite a low offer and then goes on to say NO DEAL.

Round 5
7 - £500
4 - £5 cheers and applause
16 - £100

At last Bill gets an all-blue round and the banker calls to say that it is now a well-balanced board and offers £3,000. Bill goes for a sweep of the boards and shakes everyone’s hands as he gets their opinions - Lots of NO DEALs and Bill agrees and says NO DEAL.

Round 6
22 - £750
12 - 10p big cheers and applause
18 - £5,000

With £3,000 and £10,000 left on the board Bill takes a big swig of tea and the banker calls and says he wasn't expecting an all red final two before making a final offer of £6,000. Bill goes to his wife who says take the offer, Bill has a little think and then says NO DEAL.

Noel opens Bill's box number 2 to reveal £3,000, box 20 has the £10,000.

Bill takes home £3,000 and finishes off the worst week ever in the show's history for contestant's winnings (£33,054). After last weeks opening to the new season producing the best week ever (£183,500.01), the games this week never to really seem to get going and give the contestants a chance of winning big, the highest offer made all week was £21,000.

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