3D Roulette
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Category:
Casino Game
Min Bet:
£1
Max Bet:
£1,000
Features:
3D Graphics

Introduction

How To Play

Stunning 3D graphics and effortless gameplay bring your Casino experience to life in 3D Roulette.

The appeal of Roulette can be put down to the game's huge range of different bets - from even-money colour bets up to the single number bets that pay out at 35/1.

3D Roulette also features the French and Neighbour Bets, allowing players to place several different wagers at the same time.

Everything's better in 3D.

How to Bet

Choose a chip from the chip tray at the bottom of the page and then place it on the relevant area of the roulette table to place a bet.

Each click will add one additional chip to your bet.

Hold down the spacebar and click on any chips you would like to remove.

Clicking ‘Clear’ will remove all of the bets currently on the table.

Clicking ‘Rebet’ will repeat the bets you placed on the previous spin of the roulette wheel.

Clicking ‘Spin’ will start your game of 3D Roulette.

 

Betting Odds - Table Layout

The table layout is where you place the chips you want to bet. The table below shows the different bet types and their respective odds.

 

Bet Type
Odds
Straight Up (covers a single number)
35/1
Split Bet (two numbers)
17/1
Street Bet (three numbers)
11/1
Corner Bet (four numbers)
8/1
Line Bet (six numbers)
5/1
Column Bet (12 numbers)
2/1
Dozen Bet
2/1
Even Money
1/1

 

Neighbour Bets

Neighbour bets allow you to place bets on any five neighbouring numbers on the wheel. Clicking on numbers on the racecourse layout will place a wager on five neighbouring numbers.

 

French Bets

There are three different types of French Bets - Voisins, Tier and Orphelins.

Voisins - this is a shortened version of ‘Voisins du Zero’ (neighbours of zero). Placing a bet here will place a total of nine bets - two bets covering 0,2,3 - one bet covering 4 and 7 - one bet covering 12 and 15 - one bet covering 18 and 21 - one bet covering 19 and 22 - two bet covering 25, 26, 28 and 29 - one bet covering 32 and 35.

Tiers - this bet is a shortened version of ‘Tiers du Cylindre’ (a third of the wheel). This bet will place a total of six bets - one bet covering 5 and 8 - one bet covering 10 and 11 - one bet covering 13 and 16 - one bet covering 23 and 24 - one bet covering 27 and 30 - one bet covering 33 and 16.

Orphelins - this bet is also known as ‘The Orphans’ and covers all numbers not covered by the Voisins and Tiers. This bet will place a total of five bets - one bet covering 1 - one bet covering 6 and 9 - one bet covering 14 and 17 - one bet covering 17 and 20 - one bet covering 31 and 34.

 

Table Limits

The minimum bet in 3D Roulette is 10p and the maximum is £1,000.

The individual bets also have their own limits, as shown in the table below.

 

Bet Opportunity
Maximum Bet
Single number
£25
Split Bet (two numbers)
£50
Row Bet (three numbers)
£75
Corner Bet (four numbers)
£100
Five numbers
£125
Six numbers
£150
2 to 1 (12 numbers)
£300
Dozen
£300
Even Money
£500

 

Return to Player (RTP)

Return To Player: 98.65%.

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 £98.65 of wins.

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

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