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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, October 05, 2007

Alicia's Deal or No Deal Game Report

Noel talks about Danielle and Bernie, and their completely different games, and asks if today's contestant can do a Danielle.

Alicia has box 6 today!!! Alicia shows us a few pics, and tells us that she works for a bookmaker, and Noel wonders what the banker will make of that...

Round 1
5 - £100
2 - £10
Alicia decides to get Jean out the way next!!!
15 - £15,000
4 - £10,000
20 - 50p

Noel asks if Alicia chose those numbers in advance, and she replies that she didn't, and the only box that means something is box 16... The Banker offers £10,100… That is a really good offer says Alicia, and Noel says it's a fabulous offer... Alicia says NO DEAL

Round 2
19 - £100,000
13 - £750
Noel asks Alicia to not do a Bernie here and hit the £250,000!!
8 - £35,000

The banker comments on the £100,000 and £35,000 going in the same round, and Noel asks how much she thinks that the banker will drop now... Banker offers £10,100… Alicia says NO DEAL

Round 3
22 - £5,000
17 - 1p
18 - £3,000

Noel says this will be a tricky one for the banker to call now... The banker says that is the 3rd time that Rob has had the 1p now.... Banker offers £16,100… Noel says that the banker is nervous of Alicia because of her job!! Noel asks the audience to stand if they would deal, and to his surprise quite a few do. Noel asks them why they would deal, and they reply that £16,100 is a lot of money... Alicia says NO DEAL

Round 4
Little Rich next, and he says he will try and make this as little as him!!
14 - £50
Alicia goes to Mikey next as he had the £250,000 yesterday, and plays a bit of Mally logic here....
21 - £1
10 - £500

Noel asks everyone who said to deal at the last offer to stand up!!! The banker says he is certain this next offer will get Alicia out of the chair... He offers £22,100… The banker then calls straight back and wants to speak to Alicia!!! She asks him if he is OK, and what is his problem! Alicia tells him that she likes a little gamble, and he says he wishes she had never come!! Ed tells Alicia not to let the banker get inside her head now.... Alicia goes to the audience and asks them to stand if they would deal... Alicia says NO DEAL

Round 5
1 - £50,000
9 - £20,000
Noel wonders if this will be an all red round now, and the banker calls back!!! Noel tells Alicia to carry on, as she won't want to hear what he just said!!! The banker calls back again!!! So Noel takes the phone off the hook!!!
11 - £5

Noel tells us that the banker kept calling and saying that the next box would contain the £250,000!!! The banker calls, and Noel tells him he was wrong twice in that last round... The banker says he really wants to beat Alicia now!!!! He offers £27,100… Alicia asks what she should do, and Noel replies that when she is ready she should give him the answer!!! Noel does a sweep, and he gets some mixed answers back... Alicia says DEAL

Round 6 - Proveout round
12 - £250,000 What about that says Noel
3 - £1,000
7 - £250 Noel shouts at everyone for clapping!!!!!

It’s time for the banker with 10p and £75,000 remaining… He would have offered £18,100… Noel wonders who has made the big mistake now...

Noel opens Alicia’s box 6 and reveals 10p
Box 16 contains the £75,000

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