This American Roulette game is a BGaming private virtual roulette table. The great thing about these private tables is that you are not on a timer, so you can take your time in between bets as there are no other players rushing you to place your bets.
Private tables are perfect for roulette players that like to take the game in their stride and for those that want to practice their roulette strategy. With all the time in the world in between each coup, you can figure out how to implement your strategy and master it for when you play the real thing on one of mBits’ live dealer roulette tables.
American roulette offers an RTP of 94.74% giving the house just a 5.26% edge.
Min and maximum bets are displayed in the top right hand of the screen, but you do not have to worry about going over the maximum bet as the table’s virtual dealer will flag you with an error message.
When you enter this game, you might look for a results history. However, it is worth noting that the results history counter will not be available until you start playing. All your previous results from the session will be stored at the top of the table.
Betting is simple. Click on the denominator that wants to wager, then select the area of the table you want to place your bet and your casino chip denominator will be placed here.
Once the coup has finished and all bets paid out, you can opt to select the REBET option to place exactly the same bets on the coup or click on NEW BETS to lay down a fresh set of bets.
When you play roulette you have 2 areas of the roulette board to bet on. The first area is the outside betting area with lower paying bets, but more chance of winning. Then there is the inside area of the roulette board where bets pay higher for wins, but you will these bets less frequently.
Even/Odd: To activate a bet place your chip in the ‘ODD’ or ‘EVEN’ and if you win, your bet will be doubled.
Red/Black: Place you chip in either ‘RED’ or ‘BLACK’. A win also pays double. Therefore, if you bet 1, you will win 2 back making 1 profit.
High/Low: To wager this option, you need to place your bet in either the ‘1 to 18’ or ‘19 to 36’ boxes. The payback for a successful bet is double your money.
2 to 1 Bet: You get slightly improved odds on this bet. There are 3 boxes labeled 2 to 1. If the roulette ball lands on any of the numbers in the column your bet is placed, you get 2 to 1 back.
1st Twelve: There are 3 areas to bet on the 1st Twelve bet. Each one covers the 3 rows of 3 numbers, so there are 12 numbers overall. The payback for a successful bet is 2 to 1..
Straight Bet: This is the hardest bet to land, but also pays out the best odds. Place a chip directly on the ‘0’ or ’00’ or any of the number between 1 and 36. If that number comes in when the ball stops, then you will be paid out 35 to 1.
Split Bet: Place your chip on the line between 2 numbers. If either number comes in on the wheel, then you will be paid 17 to 1.
Street Bet: Street bets are when you bet an entire row of 3. Place the chip in the middle of the line for that row to indicate your street bet and if you win, you get 11 to 1 odds paid back.
Corner Bet (8 to 1): This bet is when you wager 4 numbers by placing the chip on the cross (+) in the middle of 4 numbers. A successful wager pays back 8 to 1.
6 Line Bet (5 to 1): Instead of betting 1 row on a street bet, you bet 2 rows. Place the chip on the Ⱶ between the 2 rows to indicate you are betting all 6 numbers. If the roulette ball stops on any of these 6 numbers, then you will be paid out 5 to 1.