Deal or No Deal Slots
The popular television game show Deal or No Deal has been broadcast in 79 countries across the world and is still going strong 11 years after the original Miljoenenjacht was first aired in the Netherlands in 2000. Now fans of the show can play a fantastic video slot machine version of Deal or No Deal in the Betfair Arcade.
Betfair Deal or No Deal - The Banker's Riches
Deal or No Deal - The Banker's Riches is a five-reel 20-line slot that allows players to wager as little as £0.01 per line or as much as £50.00. Playing the maximum amount of lines is advised, not only to increase the chances of winning prizes on the reels but doing so also means the player stands a chance of winning one of the three available progressive jackpots.
Along with the usual J, Q, K, A symbols there are also some familiar Deal or No Deal symbols to look out for. The famous red prize box from the UK version of the hit TV show and an orange version pay out between 250 and 2,500 times the line bet if three-to-five of them are on the same win line. There is a wild symbol, a Deal or No Deal logo in neon lights, that substitutes all symbols except the Scatter symbol, which is a telephone.
If there are three or four of the telephone symbols on show then one of three bonus games is triggered. One is named The Reel Banker, which sees the player receive continuous free spins until the Banker symbol lands anywhere on the third reel. The second possible bonus round is called The Banker's Best Offer and sees the player offered up to 10 cash offers from the banker, which are valued between 1 to 20 times the total player stake. Offers can increase or decrease in value and if the player declines nine offers they will be awarded the 10th offer automatically.
The third and final bonus round, triggered with three, four or five bonus symbols is The Jackpot and this is where the serious money lies. Here players play the classic game of Deal or No Deal where they choose a lucky box and follow the on-screen instructions to open the remaining boxes one by one. Like in the TV show, each of these boxes contains a cash amount and opening each box removes the monetary amount from the prize board meaning it cannot be won by the player. After opening six boxes the banker will make an offer and the player has to answer Deal or No Deal. If No Deal is chosen the game continues and the banker will make up to four more offers. When the player is down to the last two boxes they will be offered the chance to swap their box and they will then win the amount on the table.
The Deal or No Deal slot in the Betfair Arcade is one of the most exciting video slots available anywhere. Fans of the show will love it and even those not familiar with the show will almost certainly become big fans by the time they run out of spins!