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Teenagers find a genius way to hack an arcade machine so they ALWAYS win - and you'll kick yourself for not thinking of it first

  • Teenage group discovered genius way to win 'Deal or No Deal' arcade game
  • The crafty friends used their iPhones to record the fast speed of shuffling cases
  • The teens reviewed the footage in slow motion and selected the winning case 
  • The group of friends won thousands of tickets after playing a number of games

By Elie Choueifaty For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 22:01 EDT, 9 October 2018 | Updated: 04:20 EDT, 10 October 2018

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A group of teenagers have discovered a genius method to win an arcade game every single time.

A video emerged online of the crafty teens winning the jackpot prize of the 'Deal or No Deal' arcade game after using a clever trick at the Zone Bowling centre in Australia.

The video begins with the group of friends hovering around the arcade machine and recording the game screen on their iPhones.

The teenagers hover around the arcade machine and record the game screen on their iPhones
The teenagers hover around the arcade machine and record the game screen on their iPhones

The teenagers hover around the arcade machine and record the game screen on their iPhones

Based on the popular TV show of the same name, 16 briefcases are revealed to the teens, with each case containing points between 1 and 800. The cases are then closed and shuffled rapidly.

An average eye is unable to follow the fast speed of the moving cases, but the cunning teenagers review the footage they had filmed in slow motion to find the winning case.

The gamers begin to select the cases with lower points and avoid sealing the deal until the final winning case remains.

The teens were able to win thousands of tickets after playing a number of games and traded their vouchers at the counter for a game of Jenga as the major prize. 

Deal or No Deal was broadcast in Australia between 2003 and 2015.

The popular game show, hosted by Noel Edmonds, was first broadcast in the UK in 2005 and ran until 2016.

The teenagers traded their vouchers at the counter  for a game of Jenga as the major prize
The teenagers traded their vouchers at the counter  for a game of Jenga as the major prize

The teenagers traded their vouchers at the counter for a game of Jenga as the major prize

The show was consistently the most watched programme for both daytime and primetime slots and won several awards including 'Best Daytime Programme' at the 2006 National Television Awards.

Popular actor-comedian Howie Mandel presented the American version which also began in 2005 on NBC.

 

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