Deal or No Deal Roulette The Deal or No Deal bonus has made its way onto a roulette game Two different versions on the FOBT’s, each of which uses the …
Deal or No Deal Roulette is the very popular bonus roulette game found in Ladbrokes and Coral betting shops. Deal or No Deal Roulette features a roulette wheel with 39 possible outcomes; the standard 0 to 36, plus two additional bonus betting positions.
At the start of each game, a random number between 0 and 38 will be drawn, 0 to 36 represent the standard roulette numbers, 37 is the Deal or No Deal Roulette box, and 38 is the Deal or No Deal Roulette telephone. Place your bets as normal, with a minimum of £1 on each of the two bonus betting positions, although these are both optional. When you are happy with your bet, press start for the ball to land on one of the pre-selected random positions. The Deal or No Deal Roulette wheel pays standard bookies roulette odds, and any winning bets will be paid accordingly. Should the ball land on either of the bonus positions, you will be taken to the corresponding Deal or No Deal Roulette bonus game.
If the ball lands on the telephone position of the DoND Roulette wheel, providing at least a minimum bet has been placed, you will be taken to the Deal or No Deal Roulette telephone bonus game. When the feature begins, you will be greeted with a dial containing twelve different values, these values are determined by the amount staked on the bonus position. Swipe the screen, or press start of the dial to spin. The final resting place once the dial has stopped will be your winning value, this will then end the feature with all winnings paid to your credits or printed out as a receipt.
The awards available are up to 100 time your initial stake, with the values varying depending on the stake that started the feature. The RTP of the bonus game is 91.9%, with the best long term strategy of betting £5 or below.
Easily the most fun of the two features, the Deal or No Deal Roulette boxes game is what you would expect to see from the famous TV show. Like the telephone game, you’ll need a minimum of £1 to play this feature, with increasing stakes increasing the value of the boxes available during the feature.
At the beginning of the feature you will be asked to select a box, you will then be asked to eliminate five boxes. The values contained within each selected box will be removed from the prize board, an offer will then be made by the Banker using the remaining values as a guide as to what the offer will be. If you choose ‘Deal’, the feature will end and you’ll be awarded the amount you dealt at. If you choose ‘No Deal’ you will be asked to select a further three boxes. This process continues until you either select ‘Deal’ or play to the end where just a single box will remain plus your chosen box, you will then be given the option to swap your boxes. If you swap your box, you will be given the value from that box, otherwise your starting box will be your final value.
The RTP of the Deal or No Deal Roulette box game is 92% when played to the best strategy; the best strategy is to bet £5 or less on the bonus position and decline all offers within the bonus game, similar to the Hot Shot Roulette game. Failure to follow this strategy will result in a lower RTP from the side bet in the long term.
Deal or No Deal Roulette has been created by SG Gaming and can be played in Coral and Ladbrokes betting shops, and online. The maximum prize per game on the FOBT’s is £500.