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higginson_ronan

PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2022 11:05 pm    Author: higginson_ronan    Post subject: Re: 1-15 Years Since...
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What did H hate so much about Nigel? Or have I got the wrong end of the stick?


I think it was more because of the way Nigel's game went and because of all the wakey-era annoyances (blue chanting, Noel's attitude, lack of characters on the wings due to chanting etc.) being at their absolute summit around this game

He said so himself on the "2007 highlights" thread and on the "....years since" thread in 2008 when it was a year since Nigel's game

Yes, it was more about the chanting and everything rather than Nigel himself.


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 28, 2022 9:48 am    Author: higginson_ronan    Post subject: Re: 1-15 Years Since...
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Some anniversaries today:


2008 - Pammy played in the Halloween Specials and bravely declined £15k on 50p/£10/£100k and sadly lost the big one in the last box :(

2009 - David dealt £40k after the Banker saw he had £250k.

2010 - Fadi had a pretty unlucky game and after the Banker looked in his box he dealt a reasonable £1,750 on 4 blues/£15k and thankfully it was the right move.

2011 - Petra played on the final game before the Halloween specials and got something like a £20k TPW at 8 box.

2012 - Sammy played the final game of the old studio, and was remembered for a funny dance she did before she dealt £11k at 4 box. Sadly she went on to blow £100k.

2013 - Zoe played in the first of the Halloween Specials and is notoriously remembered as being a member of Ben's HDC for dealing £3,000 on £10 and a block of £3k-£15k after the Banker looked in her box. :evil:

2014 - Mark played in the Halloween Specials and had a pretty ok game however lost the £75k in the final round and then sadly his £1,230 gamble on 10p/£5k didn't work out... before thankfully he was saved by +£20,000 in Box 23! :D

I know 2015 and 2016 were Katie and Colin. I remember Colin to play in the final run of shows and he think he dealt something around £30k but that's all!

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2022 9:07 am    Author: JamesJMH91    Post subject: Re: 1-15 Years Since...

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On this day 13 years ago, Tony played during the Halloween specials and got terrible offers despite a powerful board! :smt011 He got offered offered £35,000 at 5-box, where the board consisted of £500, £750, £50,000, £75,000 and £250,000, but after succeeding at the " Trick or treat" twist at 5-box, he won a holiday to Greece and was granted an opportunity to get an offer after each box during the last round, making it an easy decision for him to go on, only for him to destroy his game by taking out the three reds one after another and being left with the blue finish!! :shock: :(

Tony went to the end and won £750 from the box, but he was inconsolably upset once his game fell to pieces and really beat himself up about not taking the £35k offer (even though it was a terrible offer, and a statistically good decision at the time) :smt009


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2022 11:37 am    Author: Matthew    Post subject: Re: 1-15 Years Since...

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On this day 13 years ago, Tony played during the Halloween specials and got terrible offers despite a powerful board! :smt011 He got offered offered £35,000 at 5-box, where the board consisted of £500, £750, £50,000, £75,000 and £250,000, but after succeeding at the " Trick or treat" twist at 5-box, he won a holiday to Greece and was granted an opportunity to get an offer after each box during the last round, making it an easy decision for him to go on, only for him to destroy his game by taking out the three reds one after another and being left with the blue finish!! :shock: :(

Tony went to the end and won £750 from the box, but he was inconsolably upset once his game fell to pieces and really beat himself up about not taking the £35k offer (even though it was a terrible offer, and a statistically good decision at the time) :smt009


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 01, 2022 12:31 am    Author: h2005    Post subject: Re: 1-15 Years Since...
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17 years since the first ever game with Lynn... happy birthday DoND!

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 5:45 am    Author: JamesJMH91    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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Some anniversaries for today -

2005 - Anita played on show 3 and continued the show's perfect streak of spankings by dealing for £33k and having £750 in the box

2006 - A lady named Karen (who I cannot remember at all) got a £12k OPW, by taking what was otherwise a mediocre-ish offer at 8-box

2007 - Maria scored a £14k OPW from a game that would've been a total crash-and-burn game without the trick or treat twist. Her winnings were ultimately increased to £15,000 because Maria found the "Treat" at 5-box and was awarded with a bonus £1,000 on top of her eventual winnings, and it felt like players named Maria were invincible

2008 - Pam played the last game of the 2008 "Trick or treat", and incredibly, there were still no "Tricks" found at the 5-box twist (combined with the Halloween specials a year earlier, that was 11 "Treats" found in a row!!). She had one of the most underrated great games of 2008, by turning down £55k at 3-box with the £5k, £75k and £100k (one of the most generous offer of the year, and at a time when the offers were so bad that 95% of players didn't get any serious decisions until late in the games), found the £75k and ultimately dealt at £35,000 at 2-box. But Pam had the last laugh by having the £5k on the table

2009 - Roy played the 4th birthday special, and in a game that struggled to get going, he cut his losses for £1,500 at 5-box. However, his deal included the opportunity for Roy to choose 2 (?) of the candles from the birthday cake, which he succeeded at, and increased his winnings to £6,000


2010 - Jess did a very cautious deal for £23,000 on an 8-box board with £35k, £75k, £100k and £250k and the £15k just below it. Her proveouts started badly, and the banker rubbed Jess' nose in it with £73k hypothetical offer at 5-box!! Jess pulled things back in the final round by finding the £100k and £250k, but she was left with a £15k/£35k finish where the banker decided to play one last game with Jess by offering the "banker's gamble", which she declined, and had £15k on the table. A very bittersweet game in the era when it started to show that DoND was becoming tighter with money, and by this point, they seemed to be mostly choosing contestants who were emotionally vulnerable and/or financially unstable (and dare I say submissive and easily manipulated into dealing), who were most likely to deal early, thus saving the show money. But things were about to get a whole lot worse when it came to cautious players :roll: :smt019


2011 - Bill dealt at around £22k or something during "Trick or treat" week in 2011 (5-box board with only the £250k higher and the £15k and £20k just below it?? I can't remember), but missed out on the jackpot, and Noel's OCD ranting about no male quarter-millionaire would continue for some time yet..... :roll:


2012 - Midwife Mahmoud played the penultimate "Show me the mummy" special in 2012, where he dealt at £30,000 but could've won £100,000. This was also the second of only TWO games during that 4 month gap with no power-5 wins, where someone could've won a power-5 amount before their eventual win, as Mahmoud was offered £35,000 before he ultimately dealt at £30k


2015 was a "Double Trouble" special, but I can't remember since those specials didn't interest me at all, and Carl played in 2016, but all I can remember about his game was the commentary only being a page long, a sad reminder of how much the forum's interest in the show had dwindled by the end of its run..... :smt009

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2022 11:16 am    Author: higginson_ronan    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...
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JamesJMH91 wrote:
Some anniversaries for today -

2005 - Anita played on show 3 and continued the show's perfect streak of spankings by dealing for £33k and having £750 in the box

2006 - A lady named Karen (who I cannot remember at all) got a £12k OPW, by taking what was otherwise a mediocre-ish offer at 8-box

2007 - Maria scored a £14k OPW from a game that would've been a total crash-and-burn game without the trick or treat twist. Her winnings were ultimately increased to £15,000 because Maria found the "Treat" at 5-box and was awarded with a bonus £1,000 on top of her eventual winnings, and it felt like players named Maria were invincible

2008 - Pam played the last game of the 2008 "Trick or treat", and incredibly, there were still no "Tricks" found at the 5-box twist (combined with the Halloween specials a year earlier, that was 11 "Treats" found in a row!!). She had one of the most underrated great games of 2008, by turning down £55k at 3-box with the £5k, £75k and £100k (one of the most generous offer of the year, and at a time when the offers were so bad that 95% of players didn't get any serious decisions until late in the games), found the £75k and ultimately dealt at £35,000 at 2-box. But Pam had the last laugh by having the £5k on the table

2009 - Roy played the 4th birthday special, and in a game that struggled to get going, he cut his losses for £1,500 at 5-box. However, his deal included the opportunity for Roy to choose 2 (?) of the candles from the birthday cake, which he succeeded at, and increased his winnings to £6,000


2010 - Jess did a very cautious deal for £23,000 on an 8-box board with £35k, £75k, £100k and £250k and the £15k just below it. Her proveouts started badly, and the banker rubbed Jess' nose in it with £73k hypothetical offer at 5-box!! Jess pulled things back in the final round by finding the £100k and £250k, but she was left with a £15k/£35k finish where the banker decided to play one last game with Jess by offering the "banker's gamble", which she declined, and had £15k on the table. A very bittersweet game in the era when it started to show that DoND was becoming tighter with money, and by this point, they seemed to be mostly choosing contestants who were emotionally vulnerable and/or financially unstable (and dare I say submissive and easily manipulated into dealing), who were most likely to deal early, thus saving the show money. But things were about to get a whole lot worse when it came to cautious players :roll: :smt019


2011 - Bill dealt at around £22k or something during "Trick or treat" week in 2011 (5-box board with only the £250k higher and the £15k and £20k just below it?? I can't remember), but missed out on the jackpot, and Noel's OCD ranting about no male quarter-millionaire would continue for some time yet..... :roll:


2012 - Midwife Mahmoud played the penultimate "Show me the mummy" special in 2012, where he dealt at £30,000 but could've won £100,000. This was also the second of only TWO games during that 4 month gap with no power-5 wins, where someone could've won a power-5 amount before their eventual win, as Mahmoud was offered £35,000 before he ultimately dealt at £30k


2015 was a "Double Trouble" special, but I can't remember since those specials didn't interest me at all, and Carl played in 2016, but all I can remember about his game was the commentary only being a page long, a sad reminder of how much the forum's interest in the show had dwindled by the end of its run..... :smt009

How did I go? Did I get them all?..... :)



Roy was 3 candles. And in 2015, Paul and Danielle played in the Double Trouble specials, and took a generous £5k on £100/£15k on the agreement they'd then buy 23. Which they did and then got DOUBLE! :D

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2022 12:12 pm    Author: JamesJMH91    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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14 years ago was £3k David's game, one of the most infamous games of late-2008

For someone who i should find relatable/sympathetic (being an autism sufferer myself who spend 16 years being bullied), I thought David was a prat! He waited 15 years go on a game show.....to do one of the WORST deals ever, decline the EASIEST banker's gamble ever, and squander the EASIEST power-5 win?! Also, he did NOT need to go into that much detail about him being bulled at school.....the whole thing felt like rubbernecking rather than something i could sympathise with :roll: :smt011


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2022 8:58 am    Author: James1978    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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I see this guy played today in 2015 - was looking through some of the latter years' games and this one being a big win caught my eye - how old was he because he looks about 10 on his pic? :)

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2022 10:03 am    Author: James1978    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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Oh and today in 2014. Nearly spilt my drink in shock at Dr Hindsight actually admitting someone was unlucky. :)

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Shame I have no idea who this Mike fellow was as everyone seemed to really like him and there seemed less good advice-givers later on too.

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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2022 8:01 pm    Author: American Coupon Boy    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...
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Pretty sure that was mainly because Box 23 had +£10,000 and he never turned down anything above £10,000, making any arguments that he was "greedy" and deserved to win a blue a mute point. ;)

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2022 11:22 pm    Author: JamesJMH91    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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Today's big anniversaries were on the three occasions when November 30th fell on a Wednesday:

- 17 years ago, the smug quiz show veteran turned politician Andy Kelly played off against the banker with a vindictive approach that would not have been tolerated on the show after Season 1. But it paid off to the tune of a £20k spanking!

- 11 years ago, Caroline had an incredible game and won £95,000!! A desperately-needed turnaround at in the end of a month where the good luck in 2011 seemed to just stagnate and we had very few other interesting games that month (that weren't just Ipswich bot-angering games anyway....). Unfortunately, this game was soured soon after when Caroline was exposed as a fraudster, and sentenced to community service....I can't remember if she had to pay back her £95k because of this

- 6 years ago, Bobby played the last game of the penultimate month of the show's run and IIRC, he dealt at around £9k or so on the £100k Maria final-5, but I don't remember much else about that game as we were very close to the end of the show's run, and the games had become more or less disposable by that point


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 11, 2022 11:04 pm    Author: JamesJMH91    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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16 years ago, Jim played all the way to the end and used the "Mally logic" of swapping his box, thinking that the £20k couldn't come to the table 4 games in a row, and ended up with £250. Jim appeared to take his loss quite well on-screen, but witnesses say that Jim had a full-on emotional breakdown after the show :(

9 years ago, Gwyn had one of the very few exciting games of late 2013 and turned down £23,000 at 2-box (The same finish as Ahmed at the start of the year, who turned down exact same offer and won the blue) and won £75,000 from the box :D

6 years ago, a very sad moment in the history of the show, Corie played the final studio game, where he took an average deal for "The governor" at 8-box and could've won £100,000. Following this game, 10 of the remaining 21 contestants on the wings would return to play the show's "farewell tour" episodes to officially close the book on it's 11-year run, while the others were presumably sent home, never to see a brass razoo of the banker's money :(


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 12, 2022 8:09 pm    Author: James1978    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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I still think it would have been justice for the remaining 21 on the wings from Corie's game all to have had On Tour games rather than just 10 of them. Though the worst thing possible was to have been the absolute last newbie and one get one box opening (gotta assume there were no waiting newbies as they knew Corie's game would be the last in the recording contract then it was only after that run the show wasn't being renewed).

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2022 7:43 pm    Author: Aaron Brock    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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I still think it would have been justice for the remaining 21 on the wings from Corie's game all to have had On Tour games rather than just 10 of them. Though the worst thing possible was to have been the absolute last newbie and one get one box opening (gotta assume there were no waiting newbies as they knew Corie's game would be the last in the recording contract then it was only after that run the show wasn't being renewed).


There's every chance they picked a bunch of random locals to open boxes in that last batch of studio games if they were already planning on 10 tour shows to avoid letting down 11 actually expectant players!

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2022 12:42 am    Author: Matthew    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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I still think it would have been justice for the remaining 21 on the wings from Corie's game all to have had On Tour games rather than just 10 of them. Though the worst thing possible was to have been the absolute last newbie and one get one box opening (gotta assume there were no waiting newbies as they knew Corie's game would be the last in the recording contract then it was only after that run the show wasn't being renewed).


There's every chance they picked a bunch of random locals to open boxes in that last batch of studio games if they were already planning on 10 tour shows to avoid letting down 11 actually expectant players!


Hey that's a good point Aaron, I never even thought of that! I hope that was what happened because if they were actually soon-to-be contestants but never got the chance, I'd imagine they'd have been utterly devastated! I sure as hell would be!


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2022 7:17 am    Author: JamesJMH91    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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17 years ago, Jeff the clown (who originally played on the "pilot" episode) dealt at a somewhat cautious £12,400 at 5-box with the £15k, £35k and £50k higher, but had the best possible proveout round and had the fiver on the table!

16 years ago, Claudine dealt at an incredible £107,031 on a £10k/£250k, and for a very short amount of time, held the title of the show's second highest win ever! :D

15 years ago, Louise played the first "Santa Vs. Scrooge" Christmas special, and after a game plagued by bad luck and banker mind games, Louise declined a joke offer of 11p (!!) on a 10p/£5k finish and opened her box to win £5,000, a complete banker spanking as her highest offer was £4,200 :D

14 years ago, Ellen also faced similar banker mind games and got offered a forcing £5k on a 1p/£75k finish....and won £75,000! :D

After 2008, the games on this date started to get a bit hazy, but I do remember in 2013, Mana had a pretty powerful board throughout much of her game, but since this was a 2013 game, she got pretty mediocre-ish offers, and had an all-red 5-box with £35k as the highest amount, where she dealt at £13,000 and the banker got away with it at the last minute as she missed out on a £15k/£20k finish!


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2022 8:47 am    Author: James1978    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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Claudine - possibly the most forgotten 6 figure winner!! (Possibly as it was so soon before Laura who was on the wings by then!)

Re locals opening the boxes on the last few studio games the thing which contradicts it for me is the fact that I saw there were 4 who didn't play an On Tour game who'd done 22, 19, 18 and 17 shows on the wings respectively. (And the next one after that only did 8 ). Surely if they brought locals in, it would have been the 10 longest-runners who did the ON Tour games then the locals brought in after that?

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2022 1:55 pm    Author: JamesJMH91    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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Claudine - possibly the most forgotten 6 figure winner!! (Possibly as it was so soon before Laura who was on the wings by then!)




A surprisingly obscure game these days, despite an incredible feat that was achieved. Any mention of December 2006 always brings up things like......Wrighty, Donna and her temper tantrums, the £500k Christmas games, Lindsay's proposal game, "Tingly" Mike's 17-box swap and 11-box OPW, Christmas Rachel taking a couple of grand and having £50k on the table, Jaye (partly due to daniel4389's idolization of her....), Jim's "Mally logic" backfiring spectacularly, and the £250k making its first few appearances on the table after months in "exile".....but Claudine's game has shockingly been lost to time, and barely seems to be acknowledged as one of the show's biggest winners :shock:


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 23, 2022 3:58 am    Author: JamesJMH91    Post subject: Re: 1-17 Years Since...

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17 years ago - Simon played on the last show before Christmas, and had a big crash game where he ended up with £250 :(

14 years ago - Jayne played the last of the Christmas specials with a lot to live up to after two incredible wins. She won £28,000, but a hypo-swap could've seen Jayne become the second quarter-millionaire

13 years ago - Peggy, who was a big character on the wings, had a disaster game and went away with 50p

12 years ago - Daniel the musician played, but I forgot what he won. Was it £10k or something that was doubled to £20k because of the Christmas twist??

11 years ago - Gail recovered from a disastrous opening round to a £15k/£20k finish, and won £15k out of the box

The games on this date start to get a bit foggy going forward, but the big game was 6 years ago, where after almost 2 years of waning airtime, long breaks, and uncertainty about the show's future, we had finally arrived at the last EVER episode of DoND after 11 years on air and almost 3,000 episodes, with DoND ending it's run with Vicki become the ninth and final jackpot winner! :D


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