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Deal or No Deal Game Stats for
Mark 03/10/06

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Round 1

Box No.
Bankers offer


No Deal

Round 2

Box No.
Bankers Offers
No Deal

Round 3

Box No.
Bankers Offers
No Deal

Round 4

Box No.
Bankers Offers

Round 5 - Proveout Round

Box No.
Bankers Offers

Round 6 - Proveout Round

Box No.
Bankers Offers

Contestants Box



Remaining box - 1
Mark takes home

Mark's Game Report

It was a great start to the week yesterday with Pat's game, hopefully we can have more of the same or better today.

Noel greets us in another multi-coloured shirt!!!!! He tells the contestants to stop acting while on the wings by saying NO DEAL all the time when asked for their opinions, as the banker can see through this ploy!

It's Mark's turn in the 'crazy chair' today and he has box 6, he has his mate in the audience for support with him. We have a quick look through his piccies and learn about his work with adolescents with emotional behavioural problems. He admits that at first he may have acted a little while on the wings, but has generally been open and honest with his replies. Susannah makes her return to the wings after her short absence due to illness.

Round 1
3 - £3,000
13 - £750
11 - £250
21 - £35,000 groans for that one, but Mark encourages the audience
20 - £1,000

Mark is happy with the board, Noel tells the banker he has good feelings about this week and he reckons the banker is going to take a beating. The banker makes an opening offer of £10,000, the same opening he made to Pat yesterday. Mark is really impressed with the offer and says it's very generous, but says NO DEAL.

Round 2
19 - £250,000 stunned silence for the big one
7 - £5,000
Mark goes to John who says he itching like mad today so Mark avoids him.
12 - 10p

The banker talks about the loss of the £250,000 and how it always reduces the following offer, but goes on to stick and keep the offer at £10,000. Mark says he can do a lot with £10,000 and he's had a lot of blues while in the wings, but NO DEAL.

Round 3
17 - £10,000 delayed applause, Mark is a little unsure at that one
Chants of BLUE BLUE BLUE start
16 - 1p
15 - £20,000 groans for that one

Mark runs through the state of the board, and that there are a lot of blues still in play. Noel asks what are the odds of the banker sticking for a third time, Mark says he would be happy with that after his last round. The banker calls and offers £15,000, Mark is surprised at the offer and the audience like it as well. Mark asks his mate in the audience who says one more round, the audience start another chant of 'BLUE', Mark says NO DEAL.

Round 4
The BLUE chants start again
4 - £1 that got the audience going....
More chants of BLUE
5 - £5 audience get louder
Noel points out this will be a great offer if Mark can produce the 'all-blue' round, Mark needs some time to decide on his next choice so Noel calls an ad break. After the break Mark wants Valerie's opinion on where he should go next, she says a single number so Mark picks.....
9 - £10 It all works and Mark gets the all-blue round

The board is looking a lot better now, the banker calls and sighs down the phone. Noel says the similarity with Pat's game continues, which prompts Mark to guess the next offer is £22,000, he is right the banker offers £22,000.

Mark is really happy with that offer and goes to his mate, his mate says that is a great offer and we learn that they intend to use some of it to help visit his friend's dad who is ill in Canada. Noel points out the possible danger of personalising the money now and putting added pressure on the decision. Mark thinks for quite a while before saying DEAL.

Round 5 - Proveout round
14 - £50,000 big cheers for the 3rd highest red
2 - £15,000 John's tingle wasn't bad
18 - 50p

Mark says 'ooops' and that he's really gutted at the 2 large values still in play. The banker calls and says he would have offered £30,000.

Round 6 - Proveout round
22 - £50
8 - £500
10 - £100

Mark would have had the perfect final round and it leaves the same final 2 amounts that Lance left in his game (£75,000 and £100,000), will the banker make the same final offer though? The banker calls and confirms it would have been the same offer of £87,000. This offer really hits Mark emotionally, and after a while he says if he was still playing he would have said NO DEAL.

Noel opens Mark's box 6 and reveals £75,000, box 1 has the £100,000.

Mark's game produces the same result two days in a row with Pat and him both going away with £22,000. The banker had a lot to do with that in almost mirroring the offers early in the game though, will he try and get a 3rd repeat offer accepted tomorrow?
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