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Aaron Brock

PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 10:14 pm    Author: Aaron Brock    Post subject: What would you have OFFERED today?

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An idea from george's idea. Take The Banker's leather seat, phone and jar of humbugs for a few moments...

Kascey.

OFFER 1: £7,391 | MY OFFER: £10,000
OFFER 2: £11,131 | MY OFFER: £14,500
OFFER 3: £9,999 | MY OFFER: £14,500 Would be hard to go down with a strong board
OFFER 4: £25,000 | MY OFFER: £31,000 Would start getting scared.
HYPOTHETICAL OFFER 1: £41,000 | MY OFFER: £45,000 Even in play
HYPOTHETICAL OFFER 2: £1.99 | MY OFFER: £2.99

I think that was one of the biggest crashes ever...

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dond_rules

PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 10:37 pm    Author: dond_rules    Post subject:
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Because she did not like odds on the theme

First offer less than he did she took out 4 reds £5,795

Second Offer I would of been confident despite there being the four big ones no middle board so it would of been a middle offer and would of gone £ 13,595

3rd offer Very confident 100k gone and as I was Banker had a power 6 from 1p to £10 offer would of been £7,595

4th offer Great Round for Kascey but still not attacked my power 5 too much £19,999

5th Offer Good round for Kascey again despite losing 50k offer would of been £35,000 Simply because if she took Quarter of a million out like she did the offer wouldnt go any higher and she may of been seduced by 75k and 250k but a tempting offer.

6th offer and Gutted at this point I would of offered the mug.. :)


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alexandercbrown

PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 11:05 pm    Author: alexandercbrown    Post subject:

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Ok here goes

Offer 1: £7,391 (about right)

Offer 2: £13,500 (top 4 still there so it goes up)

Offer 3: £14,999 (the 100k had gone but edge the offer up to give a tricky decision - a little mind game - biggest banker victory etc....)

offer 4: £25,000 (a good tester for the board)

offer 5: £35,000 (it should go up despite losing the 50K -a fair testing offer for a reasonable round. )

offer 6: £3.50


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"The Banker"

PostPosted: Thu May 24, 2007 11:06 pm    Author: "The Banker"    Post subject:
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Kascey

First offer – £7,391 I would have offered £8,999
Second offer – £11,131 I would have offered £16,500
Third offer – £9,999 I would have offered £17,000
Fourth offer – £25,000 I would have offered £25,000
Fifth offer - £41,000 I would have stuck and offered £25,000
Sixth offer – £1.99 I would have offered £3.50

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rico7

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 10:02 am    Author: rico7    Post subject:
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First offer – £7,391 I would have offered £9,000
Second offer – £11,131 I would have offered £13,000
Third offer – £9,999 I would have offered £11,000
Fourth offer – £25,000 I would have offered £25,000
Fifth offer - £41,000 I would have offered £33,000
Sixth offer – £1.99 I would have offered £2.99
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KP

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 5:12 pm    Author: KP    Post subject:
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Oh I like this!

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KASCEY
          Endemol         KP
Offer 1    £7,391      £7,777
Offer 2   £11,131      £9,999
Offer 3    £9,999     £10,000
Offer 4   £25,000     £20,000
Offer 5   £41,000     £35,000
Offer 6        £1.99       £3

STEPHEN

Offer 1       £15.50     £750
Offer 2    £4,000      £3,500
Offer 3    £8,000      £6,600
Offer 4   £10,000      £8,000
Offer 5   £20,000     £15,001
Offer 6      £400        £501

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daniel4389

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 5:25 pm    Author: daniel4389    Post subject:

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All I know is that after the shocking start today I'd have offered £63. And anyone with any sense would have taken it...

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"The Banker"

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 5:27 pm    Author: "The Banker"    Post subject:
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Stephen

First offer – £15.50 I would have offered £750
Second offer – £4,000 I would have offered £4,000
Third offer – £8,000 I would have offered £8,000
Fourth offer – £10,000 I would have offered £10,000
Fifth offer – £20,000 I would have offered £20,000
Sixth offer - £400 I would have offered £449.99

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redrum666

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 5:28 pm    Author: redrum666    Post subject:
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Kascey
Offer 1- £5,500
Offer 2- £8,000
Offer 3- £8,000
Offer 4- £15,500
Offer 5- £33,000
Offer 6- £2.99

Stephen
Offer 1- £300
Offer 2- £2,700
Offer 3- £5,000
Offer 4- £7,500
Offer 5- £15,000
Offer 6- £300

Because I am a harsh banker who is stuck in the past a little bit, but oh well

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david3383

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 6:19 pm    Author: david3383    Post subject:

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daniel4389 wrote:
All I know is that after the shocking start today I'd have offered £63. And anyone with any sense would have taken it...


If Daniel had been in the Crazy Chair today instead of Stephen, these would have been the offers:

First offer – £63 (Stephen: £15.50)
Second offer – £4,063 (Stephen: £4,000)
Third offer – £8,063 (Stephen: £8,000)
Fourth offer – £10,063 (Stephen: £10,000)
Fifth offer – £20,063 (Stephen: £20,000)
Sixth offer - £63 (Stephen: £400)

And if Daniel had been playing instead of Kascey:

First offer – £6,363 (Kascey: £7,391)
Second offer – £11,063 (Kascey: £11,131)
Third offer – £16,063 (Kascey: £9,999)
Fourth offer – £36,063(Kascey: £25,000)
Fifth offer - £63,000 (Kascey: £41,000)
Sixth offer – 63p (Kascey: £1.99)

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george

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 6:24 pm    Author: george    Post subject:
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Kascey

Offer 1: £5, 123 (£7, 391)
Offer 2: £13, 579 (£11, 131)
Offer 3: £15, 151 (£9, 999)
Offer 4: £26,000 (£25,000)
Offer 5: £39, 999 (£41,000)
Offer 6: £1.99 (£1.99)

Stephen
Offer 1: £99 (£15.50)
Offer 2: £3, 500 (£4,000)
Offer 3: £7, 500 (£8,000)
Offer 4: £11, 000 (£10,000)
Offer 5: £17,000 (£20,000)
Offer 6: £399 (£400)


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rico7

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 7:07 pm    Author: rico7    Post subject:
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My offers would have been similar to the banker but I might have pitched the 5th offer lower than £20,000 to entice Stephen to continue so probably I would have put that offer at about £17,500.


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h2005

PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 7:08 pm    Author: h2005    Post subject:
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rico7 wrote:
My offers would have been similar to the banker but I might have pitched the 5th offer lower than £20,000 to entice Stephen to continue so probably I would have put that offer at about £17,500.


I was expecting an offer of about £15,000 to make the offer the same as one of the values remaining on the board.


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daniel123

PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 11:55 am    Author: daniel123    Post subject:
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For the last week[starting sunday20/05/07]

LYNN 20/05/07

OFFER 1: £8,400[Lynn: £10,000]
OFFER 2: £4,400[Lynn: £8,500]
OFFER 3: £14,000[Lynn: £15,000]
OFFER 4: £5,000[Lynn: £15,000]
OFFER 5: £500[Lynn: £1,000]
OFFER 6: £50[Lynn: £70 post-deal]
Although for the last three i would have been tempted to offer £8,400, £840 and £84.

PETER 21/05/07

OFFER 1: £5,100[Peter: £6,021]
OFFER 2: £10,200[Peter: £15,085]
OFFER 3: £18,800[Peter: £24,120]
OFFER 4: £7,700[Peter: £12,070]
OFFER 5: £6,600[Peter: £8,060]
OFFER 6: £8,800[Peter: £8,060]

JO 22/05/07

OFFER 1: £100[Jo: £15]
OFFER 2: £2,499.99[Jo: £3,000]
OFFER 3: £4,999.99[Jo: £5,000]
OFFER 4: £7,999.99[Jo: £8,000]
OFFER 5: £4,999.99[Jo: £8,000 post deal]
OFFER 6: £6,999.99[Jo: £4,000 post deal]

JEFF 23-5-2007

OFFER 1: £9,000[JEFF: £11,000]
OFFER 2: £18,000[JEFF: £21,000]
OFFER 3: £27,000[JEFF: £30,000]
OFFER 4: £39,000[JEFF: £41,000 post deal]
OFFER 5: £49,000[JEFF: £52,000 post deal]
OFFER 6: £4,900[JEFF: £4,000 post deal]

KASCEY 24-5-2007

OFFER 1: £5,391[KASCEY: £7,391]
OFFER 2: £9,391[KASCEY: £11,131]
OFFER 3: £3,391[KASCEY: £9,999]
OFFER 4: £19,999[KASCEY: £25,000]
OFFER 5: £31,131[KASCEY: £41,000 post deal]
OFFER 6: £3.13[KASCEY: £1.99 post deal]

STEPHEN 25-5-2007

OFFER 1: £99.90[STEPHEN: £15.50]
OFFER 2: £3,099.90[STEPHEN: £4,000]
OFFER 3: £6,099.90[STEPHEN: £8,000]
OFFER 4: £6,099.91[STEPHEN: £10,000]
OFFER 5: £18,099.93[STEPHEN: £20,000]
OFFER 6: £180.99[STEPHEN: £400 post deal]

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george

PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 3:01 pm    Author: george    Post subject:
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LYNN 20/05/07

OFFER 1: £10,000 [Lynn: £10,000]
OFFER 2: £10,000 [Lynn: £8,500]
OFFER 3: £15,000 [Lynn: £15,000]
OFFER 4: £20,000 [Lynn: £15,000]
OFFER 5: £666 [Lynn: £1,000]
OFFER 6: £66 [Lynn: £70 post-deal]

PETER 21/05/07

OFFER 1: £6,500 [Peter: £6,021]
OFFER 2: £13,000 [Peter: £15,085]
OFFER 3: £22,000 [Peter: £24,120]
OFFER 4: £13,000 [Peter: £12,070]
OFFER 5: £6,500 [Peter: £8,060]
OFFER 6: £6,999 [Peter: £8,060]

JO 22/05/07

OFFER 1: 2p [Jo: £15]
OFFER 2: £2,500 [Jo: £3,000]
OFFER 3: £5,000 [Jo: £5,000]
OFFER 4: £7,500 [Jo: £8,000]
OFFER 5: £9,000 [Jo: £8,000 post deal]
OFFER 6: £6,000 [Jo: £4,000 post deal]

JEFF 23-5-2007

OFFER 1: £12,000 [JEFF: £11,000]
OFFER 2: £21,000 [JEFF: £21,000]
OFFER 3: £31,000 [JEFF: £30,000]
OFFER 4: £39,999 [JEFF: £41,000 post deal]
OFFER 5: £39,999 [JEFF: £52,000 post deal]
OFFER 6: £3,999[JEFF: £4,000 post deal]


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little_monster

PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 4:06 pm    Author: little_monster    Post subject:

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Kascey:

£9,900
£12,000
£15,000
£22,500
£45,000
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"The Banker"

PostPosted: Sat May 26, 2007 6:25 pm    Author: "The Banker"    Post subject:
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Lynne's classic repeat

First offer – £111 I would have offered £5,000
Second offer – £4,111 I would have offered £10,000
Third offer – £11,111 I would have offered £16,000
Fourth offer – £21,111 I would have offered £21,000
Fifth offer – £19,111 I would have offered £13,000
Sixth offer – £22,076 I would have offered £22,000

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redrum666

PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2007 6:32 pm    Author: redrum666    Post subject:
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Sarah
Offer 1- £4,100
Offer 2- £8,800
Offer 3- £8,800
Offer 4- £2,600
Offer 5- £7,500
Offer 6- £15,500

SWAP

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"The Banker"

PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2007 6:42 pm    Author: "The Banker"    Post subject:
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Sarah

First offer – £6,699 I would have offered £8,000
Second offer – £10,000 I would have offered £12,000
Third offer – £7,500 I would have offered £5,000
Fourth offer – £4,000 I would have offered £4,000
Fifth offer – £7,501 I would have offered £1,500
Sixth offer – £17,500 I would have offered £15,000

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KP

PostPosted: Sun May 27, 2007 6:51 pm    Author: KP    Post subject:
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Offer 1: £4.99 (for an opening joke, the 4 relating to how many reds she hit)
Offer 2: £9,904 (99 and 4 another way)
Offer 3: £9,999 (making it look bigger to make her nervous - wouldn't have been needed!)
Offer 4: £4,999
Offer 5: £9,904
Offer 6: £19,904

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