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greeny

PostPosted: Sat Jan 28, 2006 9:03 pm    Author: greeny    Post subject: Marie 28/1/06

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After what can only be described as the best start ever, her luck just comletely deserted her until she had 1p and 10k left in play. She dealt at 4k at that point and we found out she had 10k all along. I really do feel bad for Marie after the start she had.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 29, 2006 5:03 pm    Author: kestral    Post subject:
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WOW what a show......

That was a rollercoaster of a game, what an amazing start hitting all the low numbers and avoiding the big ones. The start couldn't have been much better and the bankers offers over the first 3 rounds set new records, £9,000 - £15,000 - £30,000 :)

As Noel kept saying, soon the big numbers were going to start being hit, and sure enough at the end of round 4 the £250,000 goes. I think the banker dropped too much after this loss and his offer of £8,000 was playing on Maries emotions and the excitement of the opening rounds. This offer was almost forcing her to play on, as Noel calls it a 'trap offer', a thing he has started doing lately when people have been doing well. They get dissappointed that they have had bigger amounts and want to play on to try get back to those amounts again, the problem is you get to a point of no return almost, where you end playing the whole game through to the end.

Things just got worse in the next round with the £100,000 and £50,000 going, you could see the banker going lower with the next offer and he didn't disappoint offering £6,000.

Right at the end I almost thought Marie was going to not accept the bankers final offer of £4,000 and just play out the game and accept what she had in her box and go for an all of nothing game of either 1p or the £10,000.

A great game and well done to Marie, shame it didn't go better but £4,000 is still a nice sum of money. :smt038

The way the game played out it makes you wonder if that is the best sort of start you can have, as the bankers offers are going to have to rise quickly at the start, but will also fall sharply later as the bigger numbers start to get hit. Is it a safer game to hit a mix of blues and reds throughout the opening rounds, keeping the bigger numbers of course, but this seems to produce a more stable set of offers from the banker than the more 'emotional' and 'trap' offers that games like Maries produce?


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