First Person Deal or No Deal

Answer the Banker's call in First Person Deal or No Deal.

Experience the classic features from the popular game show in Live Casino form, where you can choose a briefcase and potentially win huge cash prizes.

This game uses the First Person feature to get you even closer to the action.

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    First Person Deal or No Deal Game Overview

    The minimum bet size available in First Person Deal or No Deal is 10p.

    The maximum bet size is £900.

    Qualification Round

    Qualification for the game show is secured by spinning a three-reel bank vault wheel, and you must align gold segments on the wheel's upper central sector. This allows the vault door to the bank to be unlocked, and you gain access to the game show.

    You can buy one or two rings to give you a better chance of qualification. Select the 'Easy' or 'Very Easy' options to do this.

    The gold segments on the rings you purchased are aligned on top automatically. Your wager will be increased by 3x if you chose the Easy option, and it is increased by 9x with the Very Easy setting.

    You have to complete the above in the qualification time shown in the countdown timer located in the centre of the wheel. Failing to do this will result in qualification being offered for the next round instead.

    Spin the wheel as many times as you like in the time you are given, with each spin being priced at your chosen bet size. If you bet with larger stakes, you will increase the prize values in the briefcases should you advance to the game show.

    The amount of money in the briefcase with the highest value is set by 75x–500x your bet on every spin.

    Choose any of the briefcases to be the biggest-prized briefcase at any point while you are qualifying. To do this, select one of the prize values on the left and right-hand sides of your screen. There is no limit to the amount of times you can do this in the time you are given.

    The Top Up Wheel

    Once you have qualified for the game show you will see the Top Up wheel on your screen. You can increase the money in the biggest briefcase by between 5x and 50x your bet, and this is done by selecting your Top Up bet size and spinning the wheel.

    You can spin the wheel as many times as you like in the time you are provided, and whenever you do spin you will be charged your chosen bet size.

    A timer is located in the middle of the reel, and this shows you how much time you have left.

    The Main Game

    You then enter the game show as the contestant, and the table at the front of the studio holds your briefcase. There will also be a game show host and a hotline to the Banker.

    The 15 other briefcases are set in orderly rows, and the assistant to the host will be just behind.

    The 16 briefcases in this game are numbered from 1-16, randomly spread across the studio.

    You can see the values contained in the briefcases on the sides of your screen.

    As you progress through the game, the assistant to the host will continue to open briefcases, and any prize values revealed will be removed from the game.


    Briefcase Value (Low to High)
    Prize Awarded (Multiplier)

    First Opening and Offer

    In the first round of opening, three briefcases will be opened and the cash prizes inside revealed.

    After three briefcases are opened, the Banker makes a 'Deal or No Deal' offer to you, and you must then decide whether to accept or reject.

    If you decide to 'Deal', the money you were offered is displayed in a winning message. After this, it is added to your balance. You will then have the chance to go back to the qualification round.

    If you opt for the 'No Deal' choice, the game proceeds as normal.

    Should the decision time expire before you've made your choice, it is assumed that you have taken 'No Deal', and the game proceeds.

    Second Opening and Offer

    Four more briefcases will be opened in round two, before the Banker makes another 'Deal or No Deal' offer to you. Again, he will await your decision.

    Third Opening and Offer

    In round three you will open four more briefcase, before the Banker makes a third 'Deal or No Deal' offer.

    Fourth Opening and Offer

    In the fourth round, three more briefcases are opened. There will then be just two left, one of which is the box you had from the start.

    You will be made a final offer by the Banker, and you have to select from these three options: 'Deal', 'Switch Briefcases' and 'No Deal'. You then have to make your final choice.

    If you choose to 'Deal' then you collect your winnings. Picking 'No Deal' takes you to the final section of the game, along with your briefcase.

    If you 'Switch Briefcases' then the last two briefcases will be swapped, and the Banker's offer is rejected.

    The Final Opening

    You will open the last two briefcases in this section.

    If you rejected the Banker's last offer, you will open your briefcase and the prize inside is awarded.

    If you opted to 'Switch Briefcases', you receive the prize contained in the other briefcase.

    You will be taken back to the qualification round when your account has been credited with your winnings.

    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.