“Deal or No Deal” is a popular television game show that pits a contestant against the “banker.” The game uses 26 briefcases containing cash values from one penny to one million. The player selects a case, does not see the value, and then through a series of rounds, potentially six, he or she removes the remaining briefcases from the board. After each round, the banker makes an offer to buy the player’s briefcase based on the expected value (the odds).

The goal for the contestant is to claim as much of the $1,000,000 as possible. One way to do this is to wait until the end, and then simply claim the amount that was in the initial briefcase chosen. The other way is to accept the banker’s offer as soon as that offer is equal to or greater than the expected value of the chosen briefcase.


Deal or No Deal Slots

Video slots designers will incorporate nearly any aspect of pop culture as a theme, which is what they’ve done here. However, what’s neat about the two Deal or No Deal slots variations (The Banker’s Riches and World Slot) is that the developers have actually managed to incorporate the main elements of the game. In the following two reviews, we’ll highlight how they did it and how well it worked.

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Deal or No Deal — The Banker’s Riches


The Banker’s Riches is a progressive 5-reel 20-payline video slots machine with autospin, wild symbols, scatter symbols and several bonus games. Coin size ranges from 0.01 to 5.00 $/€/£, the best odds are achieved at 5.00, and players can wager as much as 100.00 per spin. The letter-based symbol set is a little dull, but the game plays fast and without annoyances. The wild, a “Deal or No Deal” logo, cause any win to pay out at its highest level.

Deal or No Deal – Banker’s Riches Slot

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Three or more scatter symbols will launch one of three bonuses games: The Reel Banker, The Banker’s Best Offer and The Jackpot. Jackpot, which lets the player win the progressive jackpot, plays just like the television show. In order to claim the entire jackpot, a player has to be playing 20 lines. At fewer lines, the game pays out a percentage. The other two bonus games are simply shorter version of the TV game with smaller jackpots.


Deal or No Deal — World Slot

World Slot is a progressive 5-reel 20-payline video slots machine with autospin, wild symbols, scatter symbols, free spins and a bonus rounds. Coin size ranges from 0.01 to 5.00 $/€/£, the best odds are achieved at 5.00, and players can wager as much as 100.00 per spin. The Jackpot bonus round is as described above, and as in the Banker’s Riches, players can win free spins indefinitely to win big in both The Reel Banker and The Banker’s Best Offer.


World Slot and The Banker’s Riches only have a few differences. In fact, Endemol Games originally designed World Slot as the international alternative, but that distinction quickly faded. World Slot does boast sharper graphics, but it’s not as common. That means that the progressive jackpots tend to be smaller (but also “easier” to win). Also, Endemol made the bonus rounds simpler, but those who seek a true TV-like experience will prefer the Riches.