How to Play Deal or No Deal at Betway
To play Deal or No Deal Live you don’t have to visit a TV studio. Instead, you can play it right from the comfort of your own home, relaxed and in HD quality. It’s the world’s first non-stop 24 hour online live casino game, which means no matter when you get the urge to play, there’ll always be someone to place your bets.
The rules are simple and easy to follow. There are three rounds to complete: the qualification round, the top up round and the main Deal or No Deal game show round.
For round one of this live casino game, you’ll be presented with a safe wheel, which you spin to line up the three gold markers. The higher your spin bet amount, the higher the value of the boxes on the right. You can reduce the number of rows you have to line up, by switching modes from either normal, easy and very easy, however this affects your minimum bet amount. Once you have lined up the three rows and unlocked the safe, you’re on to the next round.
Round Two – Top Up Round
In round two, the wheel switches up and you’re given the opportunity to top up the boxes you earnt in round one – these boxes are the amounts that will randomly appear in each briefcase in the Game Show round.
Select your bet amount, as well as the box you wish to top up and spin the wheel. You can top up by 5x-50x, and you can do this for as many of the boxes you wish within the time limit. Once the time is up, it’s on to the main game show.
Round Three – the Game Show Round
Here, the real excitement starts to mount, as you’re joined by the presenter and their glamourous sidekick. There are 16 briefcases, each one containing a number which correlates to the value boxes on either side of your screen. The aim is to eliminate the low value amounts, giving you the upper hand over the mysterious banker. For anyone who is a fan of the show, you’ll know that the banker’s offer depends on the value of the remaining boxes.
The first three boxes will be revealed, and the banker will offer you a cash deal in exchange for the remaining boxes, prompting the presenter to ask the famous question “Deal or No Deal?”
You can choose to either take the deal which ends the Game Show round, or you can decline it and go on to eliminate more boxes.
If you’re not familiar with the TV game show, then Deal or No Deal Live might seem complicated at first glance, but once you know the rules