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Deal or No Deal

WagerWorks
RTP 95%
RATING 8
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Reels 5
Paylines 20
Min bet size
Max bet size
RTP 95
Wild symbols Yes
Free spins Yes
Bonus Yes
Jackpot 2500 coins
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Deal or No Deal Slot Review

The Deal or No Deal slot game is made by IGT – the company behind WagerWorks casinos. IGT publish the house edge of their slots games with the paytable, however if the game has a range of possible settings, this figure is usually only given only as a range. Check with the casino you are playing at to find out if they give the exact value or range of possible values. The house edge of Deal or No Deal is 5%.

Join in the fun of your favourite game show and get all the thrills of a slots game.

This game is a 5 reel game, with 20 paylines and you can bet one coin on each payline.

The ‘Deal or No Deal Logo’ symbol is wild.

There are three bonus features when playing Deal or No Deal Slots. The all three bonus features are activated when you receive 3 or more of the ‘Phone’ symbol anywhere on the reels. When this happens it will activate one of three bonus features randomly. The first bonus feature will take you to a new screen where the dealer will offer you ten different prizes one at a time. Once you’ve declined a prize you cannot go back to it, so it’s all about judging when you’re likely to have received the highest offer you’ll get. Fortunately after playing this feature through once (you could even do this in free play mode) it’s easy to figure out what the top prize is for a given bet level and then all you need to do is decline everything until you get the top or second top prize. Poor play on this feature could definitely increase the house edge, so the assumption would be that the game has a house edge of 5% with good strategy during this feature. The second bonus feature awards you unlimited complimentary spins with doubled until the banker symbol appears on reel three.

The third bonus feature is the actual Deal or No Deal game. You are taken to a new screen showing 26 boxes. You have to whittle them down in rounds just like the game show and the banker will make various offers after each game. Assuming true odds – i.e. that you have an equal chance of winning any of the 26 prizes – the best of the bankers offer’s are even deals and the worst are significantly less than even. That being the case the best was to play is never to accept the banker’s offer.

Conclusion

Overall Deal or No Deal is a fun game. The house edge is reasonable for the game play offered and the ability to affect the outcome of two of the bonus features with smart decision making is a huge plus!

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