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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 22, 2011

Gordon's Deal or No Deal Game Report 23/04/11

Gordon has box 18. Gordon lives in Sheffield with some flatmates, and he enjoys collecting comics. The banker rings and says the pilgrims can see Gordon's backside as his jeans have slipped down. He works in admin with the Home Office, but would like a different job, and would ideally be an author writing sci-fi. We get to see a pic of Gordon with his parents after graduating from his PhD in science fiction, and another pic of his family at Christmas.

Gordon has his girlfriend in the audience, and Noel asks her why she was attracted to a geek! He also has an unusual pocket watch with him that his parents gave him as a graduation present.

Round 1
Newbie Elaine now, and Noel discovers she used to work in a cemetery.
13 - newbie Elaine - £35,000
1 - Al - £100
9 - Roy - £15,000
6 - Sarah - £100,000
10 - Toby - £1

Banker time
The banker says Gordon is a thoroughly nice chap.

Banker's offer:
£5,000 + a longer t-shirt

Gordon says

Round 2
21 - Harry - 1p
14 - Wilf - 10p
22 - Gillian - £50

Banker time
The banker gets Gordon to turn to the audience to show off his outfit. He shows a pic of Gordon at his audition, and he was wearing the same outfit. He then shows another pic of Gordon when he arrived at the studios, and he's also wearing the same outfit.

Banker's offer:

Gordon says he's not going at the 2nd offer!

Gordon says

Round 3
Noel asks about Gordon's outfit, and he'll change later in the game!
11 - Debs - £75,000
17 - Ziggy - 50p
Noel re-appears, dressed identically to Gordon with a big wig and glasses.
3 - Tanya - £1,000

Banker time
The banker says Noel hasn't emulated the shortness of Gordon's t-shirt!

Banker's offer:

Gordon says that'd get him and Clare a nice holiday, and he'd particularly like to take her to Mexico.

Gordon says

Round 4
4 - Iain - £3,000
12 - Michael - £10
19 - Dougie - £250,000

Banker time
The banker says Gordon is the first ever player to "moon" the front row of the audience.

Banker's offer:

The banker rings back and changes the offer due to some comments of Clare's about Gordon wanting to be an author.

Banker's offer:
£4,000 + a pen

Gordon makes fun about how Noel is writing his memoirs, and that he'd start writing boring accounts about nappies at the start. Noel then retaliates and says he was really interesting at 5 days old, compared to how Gordon is now. Noel then throws a strop and goes and sits in the audience!

Gordon asks himself the question!

Gordon says

Noel then asks him the question.

Gordon says

Round 5
5 - Sue - £250
Sue says Gordon's lookalike is a big girl's blouse!
8 - Fi - £5,000
16 - Anthony - £5

Banker time
The banker says it's therapeutic for Gordon to argue with himself! He says he's finding it interesting playing Gordon.

Banker's offer:

Gordon runs through what might happen in the next round, and what the possible offers might be. He says the only way the offer drops significantly is if he's left with £10k and a blue.

Gordon says

Round 6
15 - Suzanne - £50,000
Gordon tells Suzanne not to worry about it.
2 - Abbey - £20,000
Gordon says his net monthly income is £650, which isn't far off either of the blues.
7 - Kerry - £500

Banker time £750 with and £10,000 remaining

The banker says his job would be harder if everyone played the game mathematically like Gordon, and he says Gordon didn't make a wrong decision.

Banker's offer:

Gordon says that's very good for the board. Clare says Gordon is a poker player, and Gordon says the 2 boxes left are either a month's income or a year's.

Gordon says

The banker says Gordon has been an opponent and he's enjoyed it.

Banker's offer:

Gordon says

Gordon wins £750 from his box 18.

Box 20 with Andrea contains the £10,000

Gordon says he can buy some shoes with that! He says he's had a cracking time on the show.

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