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Deal or No Deal is enjoyed my millions of viewers daily, where the contestants battle with The Banker to try and win a jackpot of £250,000. Here at donduk you will find full daily reports of each show, as well Deal or No Deal news and specials. Deal or No Deal although initially appearing very simple in format of just opening a few boxes for the chance to win some big money prizes, actually has some potentially complex decisions to be made at points throughout the show, the contestants occasionally try complex or simple gameplay in an attempt to give them an edge in beating the Banker.

Thursday, October 12, 2006

Ray's Game Report

Back in the dream factory and yet again Noel talks about the lack of appearance of the £250,000. He also mentions the games we've had this week with £75,000 showing up for 2 days in a row, will it appear 3 days in a row?

It's Ray's turn at the 'pound table' today and he has box 11 today, he says he thinks he is a lucky person.

Round 1
1 - £100 Big cheers for the opening blue
19 - £15,000 ooohhs for the first red
15 - £1,000
21 - £1
17 - £10,000

Ray says he thinks the board is 'wicked', the banker says it's good to see Ray upright (referring to the evening drinking back at the hotel no doubt.), he then makes an opening offer of £11,000. Ray says 'think about how many pints you can buy with £11,000'!! He then says NO DEAL.

Round 2
7 - £750 more cheers
12 - 50p bigger cheers
10 - £500 Big cheers

Ray produces an all-blue round and says he is feeling positive, the banker says he is feeling worse than nervous! He's angry! He then offers £25,000. Ray is very impressed with the offer and says the board is looking so strong, he says he can't find the big numbers at the moment! He goes to Paul for his opinion, he says the board looks amazing, Ray says NO DEAL. The audience go wild at that decision.

Round 3
3 - £250,000 Ray finds a big number
4 - £100,000 Disaster!!
5 - 1p Big relief that the 1p goes

That was a horrible round for Ray, after the last round and the great offer from the banker. Noel wonders if the £75,000 could be sat on the 'pound table' for a third day. The banker doesn't feel so angry after that round, he says Ray is a little ray of sunshine and offers £10,000. Ray says that works out at 5,000 pints! And the board is still looking very nice, Noel says it would be amazing if Ray could go away with 37,500 pints today.
Ray says NO DEAL.

Round 4
9 - £10
6 - £5,000 Ray gets one of his wishes
13 - £20,000 Ray says it's fine

Ray is happy with the block of 3 high reds, the banker wonders if Ray is one of those people who always have good things happen to them and offers £15,000. Ray tries to picture what £15,000 looks like being physically given to him, he then says he is ready for the question - He then says no he isn't!! After a little more thought Ray says NO DEAL. The audience love that decision and start to chant Ray Ray Ray!

Round 5
22 - £50,000 Groans all around the studio
20 - 10p Big cheers and more chants of Ray Ray Ray
2 - £50 More cheers

Noel asks if Ray would like to sit down now, he refuses and wants to stand until the end as his fellow contestants on the wings have to. The banker thinks he need an offer over 18 and then offers £18,001, Ray says DEAL.

Round 6 - Proveout round
14 - £75,000 Everyone likes that one
16 - £250
18 - £5

That round leaves a final 2 of £3,000 and £35,000, the banker calls and would offered £18,002.

Noel opens Ray's box 11 and reveals £35,000! Box 8 contains £3,000. Ray says it's fine as he's had a great time and the £18,001 is a good amount.

Yet again we fail to see the appearance of the £250,000 which will no doubt feed Noel with more of the same talk about it's GOT to appear any day now!

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