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Massive Jackpot Goes Off On Deal Or No Deal Slot

News is filtering through that a hefty Jackpot has just been won on the Gamesys online slot Deal or No Deal.

The as yet unnamed player apparently rocked the boat to the tune of £653,183 while playing online at the UK casino Jackpotjoy.

The player was wagering with a £0.20 bet at the time, and the lofty figure won represents the 4th biggest ever Jackpot won by a player playing the Deal or Not Deal slot.

And while we can all dream of pocketing a cool six and fifty thousand pounds, one can only begin to wonder at the joy felt by Deal or No Deal’s biggest ever Jackpot winner – Matthew G – who took home an absolutely massive £1.9 million back in August 2010 when he was also playing on a 20p stake.

Deal Or No Deal TV Show

The Deal or No Deal slot is based on the popular television program which features in a variety of regional formats throughout the world.

On the television show competitors are asked to choose from a number of boxes which contain a pre-determined cash amount.

Upon the revelation of the amount, the competitor can choose to accept a cash offer from the TV show’s banker, or choose to gamble onwards in the game in the hope of attaining a higher winning cash-out amount.

Deal Or No Deal Online Slot

The Deal or No Deal slot is a 5 reel – 20 payline game.

There are 3 progressive Jackpot’s located within the game which are based on the 3 wager stakes available to the player – 5p, 10p and 20p.

To win a Jackpot the player must undertake a gamble similar to the one that is presented in the television show.

The player is offered an amount from the game which they can choose to accept, or gamble onwards towards the biggest prize of them all, the Jackpot.

The 20p Jackpot of Deal or No Deal has an estimated pay-out every 21 weeks, and the average amount paid out to players so far a whopping £571,984.

Once a Jackpot has been won it resets back to a base amount.

For the 5p wager that is £2,000; for the 10p wager it is £4,000 and for the 20p wager it is £10,000.