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Monday, October 16, 2006

Shell's Game Report

I'll get in before Noel today and say 'Will the £250,000 appear today? It's well overdue'! Noel talks about odds today and it's 50/50 as to whether a player brings out a Red or A blue, nice to see Noel back to basics on the odds/Stats front.

It's Shell's turn to take the 'Walk of wealth' today and she does so with box 1, Shell was a financial controller so expect a number battle will crop up between the banker and Shell.
Shell has been to Vegas and done a little gambling and came away with a nice profit, She says she is adverse to risk and the only financial target is a nice sum of money to help with her wedding.

Round 1
19 - £10
22 - £100
4 - £5
Arrrrrggghhhh.... Noel starts to jinx the game by mentioning the first Shell who produced the first all blue round.
13 - £15,000 Arrrrggghhhhh NOEL!!!!!!
14 - £75,000

Shell says it's still a nice strong board. The banker recognises that Shell is open and honest, and also that Shell likes roulette, he thinks that this makes Shell a gambler, he offers £7,500.
Shell says thank you for the respectable offer but NO DEAL.

Round 2
11 - £1
6 - £50,000 ooooohs for that one
2 - £1,000

Shell says it's still looking good with 3 of the power 5 still in play. Noel talks about what types of celebrations would take place when the £250,000 is finally won, the banker then calls and offers £12,000. Shell says NO DEAL.

Round 3
3 - £750
9 - 1p BIG cheers for 1p
20 - £35,000 receives oooohhs

Shell is still happy as the top 2 are in play with £20,000 as a back-up now. Shell again talks about her lucky numbers and that number 1 is her lucky number, the banker wants Shell to take his offer of £13,013. The banker wants to remind Shell that her luck could change and the offer reflects an unlucky amount, Shell says NO DEAL.

Round 4
16 - 10p
17 - £100,000 Groans for that one
15 - £500

The banker calls very quickly and has arranged for Ed to bring a strong coffee to the wings for Diana who nearly nodded off at the last offer!!! He then makes an offer of £10,000, Shell says

Round 5 - Proveout round
7 - £250,000 Everyone likes that
21 - £3,000
8 - £10,000

The banker says he would have offered £1,999, Shell says she would have gone on there...

Round 6 - Proveout round
10 - 50p
12 - £20,000
18 - £50

With £5,000 and £250 remaining the banker says he would have offered £1,100, Shell says she would have gone on at this stage.

Noel opens Shell's box 1 and reveals £250, box 5 contains £5,000.

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