100/1 Roulette

100/1 Roulette

Experience an epic version of roulette with even more pockets in 100/1 Roulette!

    100/1 Roulette Game Overview 

    The bet sizes available in 100/1 Roulette range from 1p to £200.


    How to Play

    100/1 Roulette has the same aim as regular roulette: correctly guess which numbered pocket the ball will land in once the wheel has stopped spinning. 

    In contrast to regular roulette though, 100/1 Roulette features more pockets and a maximum payout of 100/1 for single numbers!


    Wheel Pockets

    This version of roulette features 100 red and black numbered pockets, plus five green zero pockets.

    The green zero pockets are represented by shapes (diamond, square, star, circle and triangle).


    Bet Options

    Just like regular roulette, there are multiple betting options available in 100/1 Roulette!

    The payouts in 100/1 Roulette are slightly different though, to reflect the increased number of pockets available on the wheel.

    Betting Options
    Description
    Payout
    Single NumberCovers just one numbered pocket100/1
    Pair of NumbersCovers two numbers49/1
    Three Number SplitCovers three numbers that are around the line that the chip is on31/1
    Four Number CornerCovers four numbers that are directly around the chip24/1
    Five Number StreetCovers five numbers in a street (horizontal)19/1
    Ten Number Street/ColumnCovers the ten numbers in that street/column9/1
    15 Number AvenueCovers the 15 numbers in the columns covered by the chip11/2
    20 Number AvenueCovers the 20 numbers in the columns covered by the chip4/1
    Even NumbersCovers even numbers on the wheel1/1
    Odd NumbersCovers odd numbers on the wheel1/1
    Red NumbersCovers red numbers on the wheel1/1
    Black NumbersCovers black numbers on the wheel1/1

    All bets are paid out once the wheel stops spinning and a result is declared!


    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 92.86% - 96.19%

    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 between £92.86 and £96.19. 

    This return is based on the player making the best choices.