Multiplayer American Roulette TV
- FREESPINS: NO
- JACKPOT: NO
- CHIP/COIN SIZE: 0.01-10000.00
Everyone has heard of a Roulette game. This is without any doubt the most popular game in the brick and mortar and online casinos. It is also one of the easiest games to play and the only one that leaves everything to fate. You cannot play any tricks on this game, because it’s all based on the roulette and on where the ball will land. No one can predict that, so it’s only a game of chance. That’s why it attracts so many people all over the world.
The Multiplayer Am 3D Roulette offers you the chance to play against your friends and to place combinations of bets. This special game features the following winning bets: Even Money bet, Straight bet, Dozen bet, Split bet, Column bet, Street bet, Line bet and Square bet. The payout depends on the type of bet you choose. The highest paying bet is the Straight bet. If you are lucky enough to get a Straight bet, you can win up to 6000 credits, which is quite a lot of money. Besides the money, you must enjoy the fun of playing with your friends. Also, admire the one of a kind graphics and design.
The game operates in the same way as any other roulette offering. Players must decide how much money to wager on individual numbers, colors or sets of numbers. If their predictions prove to be correct, they win a multiple of their stake. The riskier the bet, the better the prizes!
With the multiplayer version of our American Roulette game, you can see what other players bet and manage your own bet accordingly. You can also decide if you want to share what bets you placed with other players. Lucky winners are selected every 1 minute! Good luck !
A spin takes place once every minute, when the timer reaches 00:00.
The game of Roulette is played with a small ball that spins round on a wheel that has 38 numbered slots. Once the wheel stops spinning the ball will come to rest within one of these slots. The objective of the game is to predict correctly the slot in which the ball will land. If the player predicts the right number then they win a payoff on their bet. The value of the payoff depends on the how the bet was placed.
How to Play:
Your chips are stacked by their denomination ($1, $5, $25, $100, $500) at the bottom of the screen, which is displayed above the game menu. To select the amount that you would like to wager on a specific hand you must click on the left mouse button on the chip of that denomination. This activates that chip denomination, and then you must place your bet on the table by clicking on the BET FIELD. To specify a bet that is not equal to an existing chip denomination then you can click simply on another chip denomination after placing your first chip on the table. E.G. to bet $30, you would first click on the $25 chip and place it on to the table, and then click on the $5 chip and place it on top of the $25 chip. You can also repeat your last bet by simply clicking on the "0" button of the numeric keyboard. Other shortcuts are summarized below.
Depending on where you decide to place your chips, you are able to "cover" (bet on) anywhere from 1 to 18 numbers on a single bet. If you place a wager that is lower than the minimum table bet limit then a pop-up box will appear asking you to adjust your amount.
You can then spin the roulette wheel by clicking on the "SPIN" button, which is in the bottom left hand corner of the screen, or you can click on the roulette wheel. The history of the previous winning numbers is displayed in a table, which is above the Game Menu. There are three differing colored number within the history table: yellow means that they belong to the black set of numbers, the red means they belong to the red set of number, and the green colored numbers are either "0" or "00". The pass button may also be used to spin the wheel without placing a bet onto the table.
You are able to place nine different kinds of bets onto the Roulette Table. Each type of bet covers a range of numbers on the wheel, and each type has its own payoff rate. The short lines of three numbers each are called rows on the boards, and the longer lines that hold twelve are called columns. The initial six types of bet are all made on the numbered space or on the lines between them, which are called inside bets. The last three types of bet are made on the special boxes below and to the right of the board, and these are called outside bets.
Straight Up: The player must place their chips directly on any single number (including zero and double-zero).
Split Bet: The player must place their chips on the line between any two numbers.
Street Bet: The player must place their chips at the end of any row of numbers. A street bet covers three numbers.
Corner Bet: The player must place their chips at the corner where four numbers meet. All four numbers are covered.
Five Bet: This bet can only be made in one place and covers five numbers: zero, double zero, one, two and three. The player must place their chips at the end of the row between the numbers 00 and 3.
Line Bet: The player must place their chips at the end of two rows at the intersection between them. A line bet then covers all of the numbers in either row, for a total of six.
Column Bet: Placing a chip in one of the boxes marked "2 to 1" at the end of the columns covers all of the the numbers in that column, a total of twelve. (Neither the zero nor the double zero are covered by any of the columns).
Dozen Bet: Placing a chip in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12," or "3rd 12" covers all of those twelve numbers.
A chip placed in one of the six boxes at the bottom of the board covers that half of the board that is described in that box. (The zero and double zero are not covered by any of these boxes.) Each of the boxes covers eighteen numbers.
After a spin is completed, the winning number will be noted on the table with a marker. The winning bets will then have a "W" chip placed on top of them. The bets on red, black, odd, even, 1 to 18 and 19 to 36 will have a "1/2" chip placed on them if a zero or a double zero is rolled to show that half of the bet is returned according to the zero and double-zero rule.
Zero or Double Zero rule
After the ball lands on "zero" or "double zero", the wagers on the red, black, odd, even, 1 to 18, and 19 to 36 are not completely lost. Instead, each player that has made one of these bets will lose only half of the original bet amount. E.G, if a player has placed a bet of $10 on red and a double -zero is then rolled, the player will only lose $5 of their bet, and will also be able to remove the other $5 from the table.
1 Number = 35 to 1
2 Numbers = 17 to 1
3 Numbers = 11 to 1
4 Numbers = 8 to 1
5 Numbers = 6 to 1
6 Numbers = 5 to 1
12 Numbers = 2 to 1
18 Numbers = 1 to 1
Please also note the zero rule above.