Face off with the banker as you experience a live version of this fabulous gameshow!
In First Person Deal or No Deal, you'll have the chance to win prizes worth up to 100x your bet.
What will your briefcase have in store?
First Person Deal or No Deal is a live, hosted game experienced based off the TV game show Deal or No Deal.
The objective of the game is to predict whether the amount of money in the last of 16 briefcases will be higher than the Banker’s offer.
The higher you wager, the higher the prize amounts up for grabs within the briefcases will be.
You will start the game with a qualifier round, in which a three-reel bank vault wheel will appear on-screen.
To qualify for the game show, you must successfully unlock the bank vault door by spinning the vault wheel, and aligning three gold segments in the upper-central sector of the wheel.
You can spin the wheel as many times as you like within the time given, with each spin costing the selected bet amount.
You will be given the option to buy one or two golden rings which align automatically with the wheel, increasing your chance of getting through.
Select 'Easy' to buy one ring, or 'Very Easy' to buy two.
If you fail to qualify within the time given, don't worry - you will automatically be offered qualification for the next round.
At any time during this round, you can select any of the briefcases to contain the highest prize by simply clicking on one of the prize values listed down the left and right-hand sides of the game window.
The Top Up Wheel
Once you have successfully qualified for the game, the Top Up wheel will appear on the screen.
You will be given the option to top up the value of the highest prize by 5-50x the total bet.
If you wish to top up, select your Top Up bet amount and spin the wheel.
You can spin the Top Up Wheel as many times as you like within the time provided, with each spin costing the selected bet amount.
The Main Game
Congratulations - you're through to the main game!
You will see a briefcase on the table at the front of the studio, as well as your gameshow host and a hotline to The Banker.
Located in rows behind are the other 15 briefcases, alongside the host's assistant.
Each one of the 16 briefcases will have a random number between 1 and 16.
As the host's assistant opens each one, the prizes value within it will be revealed.
As the briefcases are opened, they will be removed from the game.
Each briefcases will contain one of the following prize values: 0.10x, 0.20x, 0.50x, 0.70x, 1x, 2x, 3x, 5x, 8x, 10x, 12x, 15x, 20x, 25x, 50x, 65-100x your total wager.
First opening and Offer
Three of the 16 briefcases will be opened, revealing the prize values inside.
The Banker will make a ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer.
If you choose 'Deal', then the amount of money you win will be displayed in the winning message and added to the your balance.
You will also be offered the opportunity to return to the qualification round.
If you choose 'No Deal', you will continue to play.
If you do not choose within the decision time, the decision is interpreted as ‘No Deal’ and the game will continue.
Second opening and offer
The game will continue, with four more briefcases being opened at random.
The Banker will make you a second offer.
Third opening and offer
In the third round, four more briefcases will be opened at random.
The Banker will make a third offer.
Fourth opening and final offer
In this round, three more briefcases will be opened, leaving only two briefcases: your own briefcase and the one other remaining briefcase.
The Banker will then make his final offer, this time presenting three options: ‘Deal’, ‘Switch Briefcases’ or ‘No Deal’.
If you choose to switch briefcases, your briefcase will be swapped with the final remaining briefcase, and the Banker's offer will be declined.
The final opening
In the final round, the final two briefcases will be opened.
If you chose 'No Deal' for the Banker’s final offer, you will win the prize inside your briefcase.
If you chose to switch briefcases, you will win the prize inside the other briefcase.
A message displaying your total winnings will appear on-screen and you will be returned to the qualification round.
First Person Deal or No Deal RTP
The expected return to player is 95.42%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £95.42 of wins.