Welcome to donduk. A refuge for those who enjoy Deal or No Deal, the hit Channel 4 gameshow hosted by Noel Edmonds. The award winning gameshow Deal or No Deal has become a big hit for Channel 4 and marks a sensational return to our screens of Noel Edmonds.

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.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Steve's Deal or No Deal Game Report 23/05/10

Warm and hot greetings given out by Noel (how ironic ) - we've had two games of massive contrast with Michael (who won £8,000 thanks to his partner) and Juliana (who won £3,000 from her box)...some gamblers go all the way, yet some know when to stop...Paul and David are apparently gamblers...Paul likes chihuahuas and David wants a pot-bellied pig!

Steve brings box 19 to the table... He's from Wisbech, into painting yet is colour blind! Lisa-Marie and Jean (wife and mother) are in the audience, neither from Wisbech (one from Tottenham, the other from Northampton)... Noel moves to the pics; kids Leo and Rosie are seen with Steve and Lisa-Marie... Steve says he's going to play the game as it comes...and he does something nobody's done for a while...writes a financial target in the book!!!

Round 1
Steve says Sonia is staying to the end with box 2, the other number being saved was, ironically...19!
Box 17 - Debs - £5,000
Box 4 - Rosie - £50,000
Box 18 - Autumn - £20,000
Noel reckons Steve really is colour blind!
Mikey next, who is asked to yell out "FREEDOM" because of his accent!
Box 14 - Mikey - £500
Box 16 - Gem - 50p

Banker time
The Banker says he's been watching Steve...he thinks they are polar opposites...

Banker's offer:

Steve says

Round 2
Neil wants a kiss...
Box 9 - Neil - 1p
Box 8 - Harry - £100
Noel thinks Steve's got the hang of this now!
Box 6 - Paul - £1,000

Banker time
Noel thinks Paul looks like Oddjob out of the James Bond Movies!

Banker's offer:

Noel reveals Steve has a dream involving living in the countryside, Steve reveals what's happening so far, but cue Lisa-Marie giving her ladies touch involving a kitchen floor and a bathroom ceiling (the bathroom is above the kitchen!!!) - Steve jokes saying that's why they don't cook sausages in their house!

Steve says

Round 3
Box 11 - David - £75,000
Steve says there's no worries...
Box 10 - Chloe - 10p
Noel says that balances the £75,000!
Box 15 - Liam - £15,000

Banker time
Noel thinks it's a game of balance, but the Banker can see fear in Steve's wife's eyes so it's indeed balanced...as long as the two big ones remain

Banker's offer:

Steve's wife thinks he's the first male jackpot winner!

Steve says

Round 4
Noel wonders if Steve really is going to win £250,000...
Box 3 - Lee - £35,000
Box 7 - Jodie - £750
Last one before 8-box...and Noel reminds us there's big belief he's going to win £250,000...
Box 13 - Jo - £250,000

Banker time
The Banker was going to offer £5,750 but because of the belief, it's now...

Banker's offer:

Steve's F&F still think he's going to win big, but he looks unsure...even Noel admits it's a big gamble because of the big gap between the £100,000 and £10,000...he's also reminded by David that it's a one-box game in terms of getting a better offer. Lee reckons he should listen to Lisa-Marie...cue her to be asked down to the Pound Table for a hug (even though Noel snatches one off her ) Steve really does seem lost now the £250,000 has gone so Lisa-Marie really needs to help here...but the Banker calls... The dilemma has given him an idea, to do something unusual...if he declines £7,500, and at 5-box if the £100,000 is still in play, Steve will be allowed to proceed one box at a time!

Steve says

Round 5 - (proveout)
Box 21 - newbie Wendy - £5
Box 22 - Alan - £1
The two smallest gone!
Box 20 - Jean - £50

Banker time

Banker's offer would've been:

Steve would have now played on 1 box at a time as the £100,000 is still in play.

Round 6 - (proveout)

Box 5 - Clive - £100,000

What a relief, says Noel!

Banker's offer would've been:

Box 1 - Adam - £3,000

Banker's offer would've been:

Box 12 - Ahmed - £10

Banker time with £250 and £10,000 remaining

Banker's offer would've been:

Steve's box 19 contains £10,000

Sonia opens box 2 which has £250

Steve's target was £20,000 - was the Banker psychic?!?! Steve says the reality check of the game collapsing made him deal, yet Lisa-Marie admits it takes a long time to save up such a sizeable size of money!

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