French roulette equipped with 36 pockets and call bets, neighboring bets, and a layout that can be adjusted according to the player’s preferences allows a player to try and guess where the ball will land. This game follows a la portage rule, where if the ball stops at zero and the player has even money bet, he will lose only half of the staked amount.
How to Play
The chip amount is adjusted using + and -.
Spin sets the ball and wheel in motion.
Holding a shift key and clicking on a particular bet will decrease its amount. This can also be used for removing the unwanted bet amount.
When the ball stops, and the player’s guess was right, the amount won appears inside a field called a WIN box.
There are two play modes – the Regular Mode and the Expert Mode.
Regular play serves as the standard play mode, it doesn’t use any advanced features. Expert play mode uses features from both the regular play mode and advanced features. Expert play mode unlocks the bet layouts, which can be customized, neightbor bets, autoplay, which allows the player to instantly play a set batch of games set one after another without needing to further tamper with the settings.
Inside and outside bets
Inside bet is any bet made on whichever number on the field, ranging from 00 – 36.
Inside bets include: line bet ( 2 rows next to each other with odds 5:1), square bet (a block of four numbers with odds 8:1), straight-up (1 number with odds 35:1), street bet ( 3 numbers in a row with odds 11:1) and split bet( 2 numbers which are found one next to the other with odds 17:1).
Outside bet is any bet made on numbers that are outside the layout of the table. For instance, on Black or on Red.
Outside bets include: dozen bet (on 12 numbers with odds 2:1), column bet (on a vertical column with odds 2:1) and even-money bet (on 18 numbers with odds 1:1).
These bets are comprised of the Straight-up bet number a player has wagered on and its two closest neighbor numbers, on either of its sides on the wheel. In essence, the aim is to end up betting on five numbers in total.
By default, the number of Neighbor wagers made is two. The player can adjust this number using the options menu.
This type of bet uses a credit value that is identical to the one of a normal bet. A chip gets placed on the number used for the Straight-up bet, and an additional chip is used per each neighboring number. This makes the bet five chips in total.
A group of bets that are staked at the same time.
Bet layouts that can be customized
These are used in order to customize bet layouts on the table. The player can apply bets for one specific game or during the autoplay mode.
Eight specific bet layouts at the most can be customized. A player is allowed to apply more than one layout to the table during a roulette game.