Roulette is a classic gambling game on all popular casinos. We already have a multiplayer Roulette variation. However, we wanted to take the gaming experience to the next level by introducing Roulette (Single Player) for our players who want to spin the Wheel on Turbo Mode.

How to Play Roulette

The rules are standard as any other roulette game.
All you have to do is select the currency you prefer to play.
Then select the chip value from Bet Section.
Once you have finalized the bet amount, click on the numbers you want to place your bets.
Then click Spin to test your luck.



NOTE : If you switch the FLASH bets mode. You will literally get the turbo bets experience.

Different Variations of Placing your Chips and Picking numbers:

Regular Picking : You can randomly place chips on whatever the numbers you like.
Pick 12 Numbers : 3 Sets of 12 numbers, you can place chips on those 12 numbers at a time.
RED and BLACK.
ODD and EVEN.

Neighbour bets:

Here you can chose four variations:

Voisins (neighbours of zero) : Picks 17 numbers that lie between 22 and 25 on the wheel, including 22 and 25 themselves.
Orphelins or Orphans are the numbers that are left on the wheel/racetrack that do not belong to Voisins and Tiers. So, this bet covers two slices of the wheel with 8 numbers in total: 17, 34, 6 and 1, 20, 14, 31 and 9.
Tiers (Third of the Wheel) : This is the name for the 12 numbers that lie on the opposite side of the wheel between 27 and 33, including 27 and 33 themselves.
Zero(zero game) : The numbers that are close to 0 on the wheel. The numbers bet on are 12-35-3-26-0-32-15.

Fairness Verification:

All our original games are based on " Provable Fairness ". You can verify all your results with the on site Roulette Verification Tool. To verify the results of the bet, you need to reset the seed. To reset the seed, click on the seed ICON on the bottom right, as shown in the screenshot below and click on Use New Seeds



Then go to "My Bets" section, click on verify.

That will directly take you to the result of the provable fair algorithm.



If you have any kind of doubts, feel free to contact our live support for further assistance.
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