100/1 Roulette

Experience 100/1 Roulette, where you'll play with 100 numbers!

This unique roulette game offers a variety of bets from you to choose from.

    100/1 Roulette  - How to Play

     The bet sizes in 100/1 Roulette start from just 1p.

    Game Objective

    100/1 Roulette is played the same way as a regular game of roulette, but there are more numbers and a bigger wheel.

    To play, you must place your bet on the number(s) of your choice, and if you correctly guess where the ball will come to a stop, you win!

    Roulette Wheel

    In this game, the Roulette wheel features 105 pockets. 

    There are 50 red and 50 black pockets, alongside five green. 

    The five green pockets represent zero.

    Bet Choices

    This game features the Spread Betting function, which enables the player to choose from a variety of different bets.

    Your bet options can be found in the bet table - select the bet of your choice to wager, and press 'bet' to launch the roulette ball.

    Bet Type
    Numbers Covered
    SingleCovers one number on the wheel.100/1
    PairCovers a pair of numbers on the wheel - the chip will be placed in the middle of them.49/1
    Three Number SplitCovers three numbers in a line from where the chip is placed.31/1
    Four Number CornerCovers four numbers on the wheel - the chip will be placed in the middle of them.24/1
    Five Number StreetCovers five numbers on a horizontal street.19/1
    Ten Number Street/ColumnCovers five numbers in a street or vertical column.9/1
    15 Number AvenueCovers 15 numbers in the columns the chip is touching.11/2
    20 Number AvenueCovers 20 numbers in the columns touched by the chip.4/1
    Even or odd numbersCovers all even or odd numbers on the wheel.1/1
    Black or red numbersCovers all red or black numbers on the wheel.1/1

    Winners are announced when the ball stops moving.

    You can remove one or more wagers using the  'Clear Last Bet' or 'Clear All Bets' options.

    100/1 Roulette RTP 

    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