A time-honored classic with an economic twist; 10c Roulette can really give you bang for your buck. Get ready to watch that wheel spin!
10c Roulette is an inexpensive version of a casino mainstay. Just choose a color, number, or set of numbers like those outlined in the table below where you think the ball will land. If it does, you win!
The bet sizes for 10c Roulette are 10c to $,1000.
Take advantage of the Spread Betting feature, which lets you choose from a number of betting configurations.
You can make more tactical bets by using the chosen configuration to cover more betting space.
You can drag your chip value across the betting grid and save time making multiple bets with the Drag Betting feature.
Use the feature to simplify your bets by dragging your chip value across number borders as well as areas with wagers of more than two numbers.
|Low/High, Red/Black/, Even/Odd||1:1||Each box has 18 numbers, paying out at a 1:1 ratio. 0 is not included.|
|Dozen||2:1||Place a chip in one of three boxes ('1st 12', '2nd 12', or '3rd 12') to bet on a group of 12 numbers. 0 is not included.|
|Column||2:1||Put a chip in a box that reads '2to1' to bet on that column of numbers. 0 is not included.|
|Line||5:1||Place a bet on two streets (see below) by placing a chip on the inside boundary line where the two rows meet.|
|Corner||8:1||Make a four-number bet by placing a chip at the corner where four numbers meet.|
|Street||11:1||Make a three-number bet by placing a chip on the outside boundary line next to its corresponding row of three numbers.|
|Split||17:1||Bet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line that divides them.|
|Straight Up||35:1||Place a chip in the center of a number to bet on it.|
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 97.30%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $97.30.