10p Roulette

10p Roulette

10p Roulette is the low-stakes version of everyone's favourite casino game! 


    10p Roulette - How To Play

    This game offers the Spread Betting functionality. 

    With this feature, you can select from a range of betting configurations, allowing multiple betting spaces to be covered so you can place more strategic bets.


    Drag Betting 

    The Drag Betting functionality enables you to drag your selected chip value across the betting grid, which means you can place multiple bets more readily.

    Enabling Drag Split Bets allows dragging across number borders to place bets on two number splits.

    If you have Drag Cover Bets active, then you can drag across number borders to place bets on spaces that wager on a minimum of three numbers at once. 


    Payouts

    BetDescriptionPayout
    Low/High, Red/Black, Even/OddEach of these boxes contains 18 numbers, and they all pay out at 1:1. 0 is not included in any of them1/1
    DozenBet on a group of twelve numbers by placing a chip in one of the three boxes marked ‘1st 12’, ‘2nd 12’ or ‘3rd 12’. 0 is not included in any box 2/1
    ColumnBet in one of the boxes labelled 2 to 1 bet on that column of numbers. 0 is not included in any column2/1
    LineBet on two street bets (the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers), by placing the chip on the inner boundary line where the line dividing the two rows intersects it5/1
    CornerBet on four numbers by placing chips at the corner where the four numbers meet8/1
    StreetBet on three numbers by placing a chip on the outer boundary line of the Roulette table that is next to the corresponding row of three numbers11/1
    SplitBet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line that divides the two numbers17/1
    Straight UpBet on any number, including 0, by placing the chip on the centre of a number 35/1

    10p Roulette RTP

    Return to Player: 97.30%

    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 £97.30. 

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