High Stakes Roulette will take your Casino game to a whole new level with stunning 3D graphics and wagers of up to £4,000 a spin.
Roulette's mass appeal can be credited to the huge selection of bets it offers players - from even-money colour bets to straight up bets that pay out at 35/1.
Enjoy everyone's favourite Casino classic in its simplest form - only the stakes have been raised!
How to Play
High Stakes Roulette revolves around intelligent gameplay, which makes it very easy for anyone to pick up, even roulette novices.
This guide will help you to fully understand how to play one of casino’s most popular games.
To place a bet, click on a chip from the rack at the bottom of the table and place it on the area of the layout where you would like to bet it. Each click adds one chip to your bet.
Clicking ‘Undo’ will allow you to remove your chips from the roulette table one at a time.
To remove your bets, simply hold down the spacebar while clicking on your chosen playing chip.
Clicking ‘Clear Bets’ will remove all of your bets from the table.
Clicking ‘Repeat Bets’ will repeat your bet from the previous spin.
Clicking ‘Spin’ will start your game of High Stakes Roulette.
Our betting guide outlines the roulette table layout and the odds of the different bets available.
|Even Money||1/1||Red/Black, High/Low, Even/Odd|
|Dozen||2/1||Covers 12 numbers|
|Column||2/1||Covers 12 numbers|
|Line||5/1||Covers 6 numbers|
|Corner||8/1||Covers 4 numbers|
|Street||11/1||Covers 3 numbers|
|Split||17/1||Covers 2 numbers|
|Straight Up||35/1||Covers 1 number|
These are the bets placed on the oval ‘racecourse’ area of the roulette wheel.
Neighbour bets allow you to place a number of wagers on five neighbouring numbers on the wheel. Clicking on a number on the racecourse will place a wager across its five neighbouring numbers.
The French bets are split into three different sets of wagers that will cover three different areas of the wheel.
Voisins - this 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 bets covering 25, 26, 28 and 29 - one bet covering 32 and 35.
Tiers - this will place a total of six bets - one covering 5 and 8 - one covering 10 and 11 - one covering 13 and 16 - one covering 23 and 24 - one covering 27 and 30 - one covering 33 and 36.
Orphelins - this covers all of the numbers not covered by the other two French bets. It places a total of five bets - one covering 1 - one covering 6 and 9 - one covering 14 and 17 - one covering 17 and 20 - one covering 31 and 34.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 98.65%
The expected return to player 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.
The return is based on the player making the best choices.