Bring your casino game to life with our thrilling game, Deal or No Deal Live.
The bet sizes available in this game range from 10p to £100.
How to Play
Deal or No Deal Live is an online live casino game set in the format of the popular TV show.
As such, the aim to to accurately guess if the value in the last briefcase is higher than the Banker's final offer.
To play this game, you first need to pass the qualification round - read on for more information about this.
A bank vault wheel containing three reels will appear at the start of the game.
In order to quality, you need to spin the wheel and align the gold segments in the top middle sector - achieving this will unlock the bank vault door and grant you access to the game show.
You can spin the wheel an unlimited amount of times within the set timeframe.
Each spin will cost your chosen bet amount.
You can increase you chances of qualifying by purchasing one ring at 3x your bet (select 'easy') or two rings at 9x your bet (select 'very easy') - the gold segments on all purchased rings will automatically align on top.
If you wish to purchase any rings, you must do it before the qualification time runs out.
Failing to qualify within the time limit means you will be automatically offered qualification for the next round.
The bigger your bet, the bigger the value in the briefcases to qualify with for the game show, as well those in the actual game show.
The cash amount in the most valuable briefcase will be set by 75x - 500x your total bet on each spin.
There are 16 briefcases in total - you can choose any one of them to be the most valuable briefcase at any point in the qualification round.
Do this by clicking on one of the cash values displayed on the left and right of the screen - this can be done an unlimited amount of time.
The Top Up Wheel
The Top Up wheel will appear as soon as you've qualified.
It gives you the option to 'top up' the value in your chosen biggest-prize briefcase by 5x to 50x your bet.
Should you wish to do this, select your desired Top Up bet amount, then spin the wheel.
You can spin the Top Up wheel an unlimited amount of times within the time limit.
Every time you spin the Top Up wheel, it will cost you your selected bet amount.
The Main Game
Once you've passed the qualification and Top Up Wheel process, you will proceed to the main game show.
There will be 16 briefcases in total, including your chosen one, which will be placed on the table at the front.
The remaining 15 briefcases will be split into two rows.
Every briefcase will contain a hidden number (one to 16) and be randomly distributed around the studio.
The amount of money in each briefcase will be shown on either side of the screen.
The host's assistant will then gradually open the briefcases to reveal its number and the amount of money in it.
Once a briefcase has been opened, that number will be no longer be involved in the game.
The table below lists the payout for each briefcase:
|16||65x - 100x|
First Opening and Offer
In the first opening, three of the 16 briefcases will be opened.
The banker will then propose a 'Deal or No Deal' offer, which you either accept or decline:
Second Opening and Offer
Another four briefcases will be opened in the second round.
The banker will then give you a new ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer, which, again, you can accept (Deal) or decline (No Deal).
Third Opening and Offer
Four new briefcases will be randomly selected and opened, followed by the Banker’s ‘Deal or No Deal’ offer.
Fourth Opening and Final Offer
In the fourth round, a final three briefcases will be opened at random, meaning just your briefcase and one other will remain.
A final offer will then be made by the banker.
You have three options to choose from:
The Final Opening
Once you have made your final offer decision, the remaining two briefcases will be opened, resulting in one of the following:
The amount you have won will be displayed on-screen, before you return to the qualification round.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 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.