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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.

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Miles' Deal or No Deal Game Report

Noel welcomes us to the dream factory yet again, and runs through the games so far this week, Dee's game with the goodies for everyone, and then Kerry's game with the "lights out" moment, and the perfect deal.

It’s Miles’ turn to take the walk of wealth today, and he has box 9. Miles is a retired company director, and also previously worked in a bank. He shows us his lucky stone that he has had for 30 years, and also a picture of his grandfather.

Round 1
Noel introduces 2 pilgrims who have their own "pilgrim" badges
2 - 1p The perfect start
Noel jokes about free bubbly and £200 for all the contestants
5 - £35,000
7 - £500
6 - £5 Newbie Pauline
4 - £100,000 OHHHH says Miles

The banker says he is feeling excited as the contestants have made him feel better with the disgusting dancing that occurs during the pre-show warm up!!! But he says lately the dancing has picked up and asks for "The Robot" demonstration from Steve!! After the dancing entertainment the banker offers £1.760, Miles says NO DEAL

Round 2
15 - £10
11 - £250
Miles is drawn to box 1, but is a little unsure…
12 - 50p BIG CHEERS

That was a good round says Miles, as he gets a nice all blue round. The banker says that round was miles better! He then offers £17,600, Noel asks is it time to enter the hall of fame and go at the second offer, and Miles replies it's tempting. Miles says NO DEAL

Round 3
Blue chants start
21 - £1,000
More chants
3 - £750
Noel wonders if Miles gets another all blue round will the next offer be £176,000!
16 - £250,000

That had a sting in the tail says Noel, and Miles replies that he's feeling OK at the moment. The Banker calls and offers £12,320, Noel says it's good offer and works out at 7 miles. Phil says it's a good offer, but Miles can improve on it with the board he has. Miles says NO DEAL

Round 4
Chants start
22 - £10,000 It's OK says Noel and Miles
More chants
14 - £3,000
Miles decides to use his lucky number 13 next.
Blue chants
13 - £50

The lucky number comes good, and Miles feels great. The Banker offers £15,840, which works out at 9 miles in yards. Miles says NO DEAL

Round 5
Blue chants start
8 - £100 The chants turn to cheers
More chants
18 - £5,000
20 - £15,000

The Banker offers £26,400, which works out at 15 miles, and is what Miles asked for in the last round... Miles says this is a tough one, as he's seen so many games go wrong at this point, Noel asks how much he wants to make of this opportunity, and Miles replies DEAL

Round 6 - Proveout round
1 - 10p It would have been the perfect start...
17 - £50,000
10 - £75,000

It’s time for The Banker with £1 and £20,000 remaining, and he would have offered £5,280.

Noel opens box 9 and reveals £20,000

Box 19 contains £1

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