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Have you been searching for the ultimate online casino experience? You'll get just that if you play Roulette Pro .
Roulette Pro online is just like the roulette games you might have enjoyed at one of our physical casino locations. The game has a single-zero wheel, which is a staple of roulette tables throughout Europe. You can place all the wagers you usually would, with a few extra ways to bet thrown in for good measure.
When you play Roulette Pro online, you can choose from a wide variety of different ways to place a bet. Go for Straight Up if you want to bet on just one number with no added complications - it could turn out to be a very lucrative move indeed.
A Split Bet allows you to split your wager between two numbers, which can increase your chances of winning - so it is definitely worth looking into.
When you go for a Street Bet on Roulette Pro, you're putting your money on a single line that is composed of three numbers. This can be slightly more complex, but is worth a go if you're after a big win.
A Corner Bet is placed on four numbers, and a Four Bet is on four specific numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3. A Line Bet is for those who really like to up the ante, and allows you to put your money on two streets, or six numbers.
There are several other ways to go for the big win with Roulette Pro, including Announce and Call bets, plus Voisins du Zero. What will you choose?
If you're feeling a little nervous or unsure to begin with, why not have a go at a practice game? The practice games are built right into Roulette Pro - so you can get your A game sorted before you even place a bet.
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Roulette Pro Rules
There are many different ways to place roulette bets in Roulette Pro. Each bet covers a different set of numbers and has a different distribution. The payouts for all bets are listed in the "Winnings Table" below.Straight Up
An inside bet on a single number. The chips are placed entirely in the middle of a number (including 0) on the Roulette table.
An inside bet on two neighboring numbers, either on the vertical or the horizontal direction. The chips are placed on the line that divides the two numbers.
An inside bet on three numbers on a single vertical line (a street). The chips are placed on the lower edge of the board, at the end of the corresponding street.
A bet on three numbers 0, 1 and 2 or 0, 2 and 3 is a special Street Bet. The chips are placed on the T-section where the three numbers meet.
An inside bet on four numbers. The chips are placed at the cross where the four numbers meet.
An inside bet on the numbers 0, 1, 2, and 3. The chips are placed on the lower edge of the board, at the end of the line between 0 and the first row.
An inside bet on six numbers (two neighboring streets). The chips are placed on the lower edge of the Roulette table, at the T-section where the two streets meet.
An outside bet on all twelve numbers on any of the three horizontal lines. The chips are placed to the right side of the Roulette table, in one of the three boxes labelled "2 to 1". If one of the numbers in the selected column is hit, the payout is 2:1. 0 is a losing number.
An outside bet on the first (1-12), second (13-24), or third group (25-36) of twelve numbers. The chips are placed in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12" or "3rd 12." If one of the selected 12 numbers is hit, the payout is 2:1. 0 is a losing number.
An outside bet on the outcome of a particular color, either red or black. The chips are placed on the red or black betting area on the Roulette table. If the selected color is hit, the payout is 1:1. 0 is a losing number.
An outside bet on the outcome of either an even or an odd number. The chips are placed on Even or Odd on the Roulette table. If the selected outcome is hit, the payout is 1:1. 0 is a losing number.
An outside bet on whether the outcome of the next spin will be low (numbers 1 to 18) or high (numbers 19 to 36). The chips are placed on 1 to 18 or 19 to 36. If the selected outcome is hit, the payout is 1:1. 0 is a losing number.
Minimum and maximum position limits are applied to all tables, meaning that all your bets on available positions must be within the indicated limits.
The Min and Max sign on the table indicates the limits for a Straight Up bet. Mouse over the limits sign brings up a panel that shows the payouts and limits for all positions.
Some tables also have a minimum and maximum table limit, meaning that the sum of your bets must be within the limits. These limits are also shown on the limits panel.
The history display shows the results of the previous spins.
35 to 1
17 to 1
11 to 1
8 to 1
8 to 1
5 to 1
Dozen Bet or Column Bet
2 to 1
Red/Black, Even/Odd or Low/High Bets
1 to 1
Note: You can place bets that involve two, three, or even four numbers. For example, using the zero, you can place bets on: 1+0, 1+2+0, 2+0, 3+0, or 1+2+3+0.
Announces or Call Bets:
You can place Announces or Call Bets by selecting a chip and then clicking on the corresponding button:
Voisins du zero - this is a bet on all numbers of the "Voisins" arc: 22, 18, 29, 7, 28, 12, 35, 3, 26, 0, 32, 15, 19, 4, 21, 2, 25. These are all the numbers on almost a half of the Roulette wheel, including the zero. You need nine chips of your selected value. The chips are placed as follows: one split bet on each of the numbers 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22, 32/35, two chips on the triplet ("street bet") 0-2-3 and two chips on 25-29 ("corner bet"). Your winnings are as follows:
If winning number is one of these:
You will get paid thus:
Your true profit:
4, 7, 12, 15, 1, 19, 21, 22, 32, 35
17 units (17:1) + 1 chip
17 + 1 - 9 = 9 chips
0, 2, 3
22 units (11:1) + 2 chip
22 + 2 - 9 = 15 chips
25, 26, 28, 29
16 units (8:1) + 2 chips
16 + 2 - 9 = 9 chips
Tier - You place six chips to cover the numbers 27, 13, 36, 11, 30, 8, 23, 10, 5, 24, 16, 33. This is called the Tier arc on the Roulette board. One chip goes on each of the following splits: 5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, 33/36. The true profit on this bet is: 17 + 1 - 6 = 12 chips. So the payout is 12:6 or 2:1.
Orphelins - You bet on numbers 17, 34, 6, 1, 20, 14, 31, 9. This is called the Orphelins arc on the Roulette board. You give five chips to the dealer, which are placed as follows: one straight on the number 1 and one split bet on every one of the numbers 6/9, 14/17, 17/20, 31/34. Note than number 17 participate in two splits (14/17 and 17/20), so:
If winning number is one of these:
You will get paid thus:
Your true profit:
35 chips (35:1) + 1 chip
35 + 1 - 5 = 31 chips
6, 9, 14, 20, 31, 34
17 chips (17:1) + 1 chips
17 + 1 - 5 = 13 chips
34 chips (17:1) + 2 chips
34 + 2 - 5 = 31 chips
Neighbors - Bet on number and neighbouring numbers on the right and on the left of this number. This bet is played with five chips. For example, "8 and the neighbors" means that the player places a bet on five consecutive numbers 11-30-8-23-10 (8 is in the middle). The true payout is 35 + 1 - 5 = 31 chips.
Final bet - You bet on all of the numbers that have the same last number. For example, "final 5" means a bet on the numbers 5, 15, 25, 35. This bet places four chips when 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 is selected as the last digit - one chip on each number as a Straight Bet. If the spin result is one of these numbers, the payout is the regular Straight Bet win on that number. Thus, your profit will be 35 + 1 - 4 chips = 32 chips.
However, the bet places three chips when 7, 8 or 9 is selected as the last digit - one chip on each number as a Straight Bet. Thus, your profit in this case will be 35 + 1 - 3 = 33 chips.
Return to Player = 97.30%
In accordance with fair gaming practices required in most legal jurisdictions worldwide, each and every game outcome is completely independent. The odds of achieving any particular outcome are always the same.
The odds of your play do not vary based on prior outcomes, bet size, balance size, time of day, day of week, etc. For example, if the top award is won on a given spin of the game, the chances of winning the top award on the next spin are exactly the same. Likewise, prior losses do not change future odds.
The expected payback reflects the theoretical return across a very large number of spins by numerous players over an extended period of time. The results for any given player over a play session can vary widely from this long-term, expected average in either direction. The fewer the number of games played, the wider the normal variance of actual payback that may be experienced.