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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.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Anne-Marie's Deal or No Deal Game Report

Noel talks about Gaz's game yesterday, and how he suppressed the gambler inside himself, although he could have won more if he played on for one more round. Noel again runs through the wings and introduces the newbie Savvas...

It’s Anne-Marie’s turn at the pound table, and she has box 6. She tells Noel that 6 means nothing to her, although it's one away from her lucky number. She has a lucky green bear that was given to her, and also has her friend in the audience for support. Anne-Marie tells Noel she would like to work in forensics for the police, and Noel does a nice comedy piece about how she could then be called up to find out who killed the banker at some point!!

Round 1
12 - £5 Big cheers
3 - £20,000 Mixed reaction and Jo doesn't have the £250,000 which Noel notes...
19 - £3,000 Newbie Savvas
11 - £500
Anne-Marie has a go at Noel for potentially jinxing the round!
9 - £250,000 Noel is told to stay off the set!!!!

Noel tells the banker how everyone thinks that he has jinxed the game now, and the banker replies it's nice to have a friend now. Noel chats to him about who would play his role if they made a film of "Who killed The Banker", the banker says Tom Cruise, but Anne-Marie says Danny DeVito! The Banker offers £7,000, and Anne-Marie says NO DEAL

Round 2
1 - £75,000 Groans
14 - £750
Noel wonders if the £100,000 is in the contestant's box for the third day in a row. Has he just jinxed it again?
10 - 10p

Noel asks Anne-Marie's friend what she thinks, and she replies to carry on, Noel says there hasn't even been an offer yet!!!! The Banker says that this is going to be the best offer that Anne-Marie will get today, and offers £10,000. Noel goes back to Anne-Marie's friend, who still replies to carry on. Anne-Marie tells Noel that her friend hasn't followed the show before and she has been swatting up on the rules! Anne-Marie says NO DEAL

Round 3
Noel asks for the 1p this round
2 - £10,000 Groans
13 - 1p Big cheers
Noel nearly jinxes the next box, but shuts up!!
16 - £35,000 Groans

The Banker talks about how he managed to hit Rita's personal target and got her to deal, and he thinks he can find Anne-Marie's, and offers £12,000. Noel asks is that enough for Anne-Marie, and she replies that she is still looking at the £100,000. Noel tells her not to get too focused on the £100,000, he then points out that so far this week everyone who went at the third offer made the wrong decision. Anne-Marie says DEAL

Noel calls this week Yellow Week, as there have been many cautious players. Anne-Marie is praying she made the right decision, and Noel points out that so far this week a third round deal has been the wrong move...

Round 4 - Proveout round
20 - £5,000 It's not good enough says Noel
Den says she would have dealt as well
15 - £100 Applause for that, but Noel condones them for it.
22 - £50,000 Cheers and Noel allows them to applaud it!

Noel guarantees that was not enough and the offer will increase. The Banker says he is having a great week and all the contestants are such cowards that he will get a deal at the second offer on Sunday!! He would have offered £15,000

Round 5 - Proveout round
21 - £1,000
8 - £1
It's going wrong and Noel wonders if she has the £100,000
5 - £50

It would have been a fabulous round says Noel, and brace yourself for this offer! The Banker would have offered £24,000

Round 6 - Proveout round
4 - 50p The perfect start says Noel
18 - £250 NO shouts Noel, he wonders if it will be an all blue round
17 - £100,000 BIG RELIEF for that one

It’s time for The Banker with £10 and £15,000 remaining, and he would have offered £7,000.

Noel opens Anne-Marie’s box 6 and reveals £15,000

Box 7 contains £10

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