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June 24th, 2019 at 9:09:40 PM permalink


Deal or No Deal Live is a unique game offered by Evolution Gaming, a provider of mostly live dealer games for Internet casinos. This one is based on the game show, but gets through a game in about four minutes. The rules are rather involved, so please click the link I just left for them, strategy, and analysis.

As always, I welcome all questions, comments, and corrections.

The question for the poll is would you play Deal or No Deal Live? Multiple votes allowed.

Finally, here is a review of the game I rather like.

Last edited by: Wizard on Jun 25, 2019
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June 25th, 2019 at 12:15:21 AM permalink
The game definitely seems rather complex. I did more than skim but didn't scrutinize your page and honestly still don't 100% understand the game as it involves the "easy" and "qualify" rounds, etc. I think most people that want to play this will do so a few times, and then the animations/effects will all be the same. There should be some variance to the dealers offers, averaging out in the long run, but to the effect that they give the player an actual "logistical choice" in which they could off a "bad" offer (worse than the average) and likewise a "good" offer (better than the average).
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June 25th, 2019 at 6:15:09 AM permalink
The game is not as complicated as the rules make it out to be. Basically, you have to make a bet to have a chance to qualify for the game. If you increase your base bet, the probability of qualifying increases.

Since many people play at the same time, some will qualify with plenty of time to spare. Thus the opportunity to make more bets to increase the prizes.

The game itself plays out like the TV show, but it goes very fast.

BTW, I seriously have always wondered if you're using tinfoil to bake something, do you put the food on the shiny side or matted side.
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June 25th, 2019 at 7:57:15 AM permalink
Quote: Wizard

The game is not as complicated as the rules make it out to be. Basically, you have to make a bet to have a chance to qualify for the game. If you increase your base bet, the probability of qualifying increases.

Since many people play at the same time, some will qualify with plenty of time to spare. Thus the opportunity to make more bets to increase the prizes.

The game itself plays out like the TV show, but it goes very fast.

BTW, I seriously have always wondered if you're using tinfoil to bake something, do you put the food on the shiny side or matted side.



I love deal or no deal. I play it in the arcade and I play the slot machines. I would give this one a try.

btw, the side of foil doesnt matter. The shiny side is shiny because of the way it is manufactured. Something to do with the rollers.
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June 25th, 2019 at 9:12:35 AM permalink
If you look at videos of this game, you can see that the high box is a random amount, not just 100x the bet. Are the details in the help screens?
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June 25th, 2019 at 5:08:15 PM permalink
Quote: CrystalMath

If you look at videos of this game, you can see that the high box is a random amount, not just 100x the bet. Are the details in the help screens?



You're right. The help file says the top prize can range from 75x to 500x the amount bet. To get to the claimed 98.42% in the return files, the top prize would have to be 130.9496. I just updated my page to reflect this information.

Thank you for bringing it to my attention.
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June 25th, 2019 at 5:34:59 PM permalink
The video is very helpful. I doubt I'll play it but give them credit for coming up with an interesting live experience. I hope this starts a trend. The world doesn't need anymore live baccarat.
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June 25th, 2019 at 6:41:02 PM permalink
Quote: Gialmere

The video is very helpful. I doubt I'll play it but give them credit for coming up with an interesting live experience. I hope this starts a trend. The world doesn't need anymore live baccarat.



Evolution has a live Monopoly game that is somewhat similar, except the bonus game is the animated part. Too many unknowns to analyze, however.
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June 26th, 2019 at 12:35:07 AM permalink
Quote: Wizard


BTW, I seriously have always wondered if you're using tinfoil to bake something, do you put the food on the shiny side or matted side.



I used to wonder. Then realized, They wouldn’t have taken the risk if one side was dangerous. So it must be equivalent.

Other similar trouble I had: when using a broom, do you push it forward from you, or draw it towards you?
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June 26th, 2019 at 7:38:05 AM permalink
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Other similar trouble I had: when using a broom, do you push it forward from you, or draw it towards you?



I draw it towards me.
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