How To Play
The game follows the standard European Roulette rules in every way, except for the fact that you are betting on two wheels simultaneously. This means that each wheel is divided into 37 numbered segments, from 0 to 36 inclusive. The wheels spin and a ball is released by the croupier into each one. All you need to do is bet on which segments the balls will stop on.
As in standard Roulette, the segments on the wheels are coloured red or black, except for zero, which is green. Furthermore, the game features both the standard betting area and a Racetrack betting area. Thanks to this, it is easy to place all of the different types of Roulette bet.
Live Dual Roulette Bet Types bad Payouts
There are many different types of bet. The basic bets are as follows:
- Straight Up: A bet on an individual number.
- Split Bet: A bet on two adjacent numbers on the betting area.
- Street Bet: A bet a vertical line of three numbers (a street) on the betting area.
- Corner Bet:A bet on four numbers that form a square on the betting area.
- Four Bet: A bet on the numbers 0, 1, 2 and 3.
- Line Bet:A bet on two adjacent streets on the betting area, a total of six numbers.
- Column Bet: A bet on the twelve numbers that form one of the horizontal lines on the betting area.
- Dozen Bet:A bet on the first group (1 – 12), second group (13 – 24) or third group (25 – 36).
- Red/Black Bet:A bet on all the red or all the black numbers.
- Even/Odd Bet: A bet on all the odd or all the even number.
- Low/High Bet: A bet on the ball landing on a low or high number (1 – 18 and 19 – 36 respectively).
The Racetrack can be used to place the following advanced bets.
- Voisins du Zero:A bet on the numbers that neighbour 0 on the Roulette wheel, the bet covers every number between 22 and 25.
- Tier: A bet on the numbers opposite 0 on the Roulette wheel, it covers approximately a third of the wheel, from 33 to 27.
- Orphelins: A bet on the numbers 17, 34, 6, 1, 20, 14, 31 and 9.
- Neighbours: A bet on five numbers that are adjacent on the wheel.
Live Dual Roulette offers the standard payouts that begin at 1:1 for bets on large groups of numbers, such as all the Odds, Evens, Reds or Blacks, and go up to 35:1 for a Straight Up bet.
There are a number of extra features in Live Dual Roulette to help make your playing experience as smooth as possible. For example, you can turn on ‘Auto Confirm Bets’ so that you do not need to confirm every bet that you place on the table. There is also the option to leave winning bets on the table after each round so that you do not have to spend time placing chips on the table. In a similar vein, there are also shortcuts to quickly place Final and Complete bets.
The Basics of Live Casino Hold’em
It is very easy to get to grips with the basics of Casino Hold’em. The aim of the game is to put together the best possible five-card poker hand. The hand will consist of two cards dealt to you combined with a five-card flop.
To start a round you need to place an Ante bet. You then receive your two face-up cards and the dealer receives two facedown cards. At the same time, the first three cards of the flop are dealt. If a hand can be formed using your two cards and the three flop cards then the game will show it to you.
Next, you have the choice between Fold and Call. If you Fold then you lose your bet and the round ends. If you Call then the game continues, an additional bet that is double the size of your Ante bet is placed and the final two cards are dealt to the flop.
Now the dealer will reveal their cards and the game automatically calculates the best possible poker hand that can be formed using your cards. The dealer will only qualify if they are holding at least a pair of 4s. If the dealer does not qualify then you will receive your Call bet back and the Ante bet pays out according to the paytable. If the dealer qualifies and you win the round then the Call bet pays 1:1 in addition to the Ante bet payout.
Live Casino Hold’em Payouts and Side Bets
Casino Hold’em uses the standard poker hands so a Royal Flush is the best possible hand and it pays out 100:1. It is followed by a Straight Flush, which pays 20:1, 4 of a Kind, which pays 10:1, Full House, which pays 3:1, Flush, which pays 2:1, and a Straight or lower, which pays 1:1.
You can have even more fun playing Casino Hold’em thanks to the AA side bet. This is a bet on what will be formed by combining the first two cards dealt to you with the first three flop cards. It offers larger payouts than the Ante bet. A Straight or Lower pays at 7:1, a Flush pays at 20:1, a Full House pays at 30:1, 4 of a Kind pays at 40:1, a Straight Flush pays at 50:1, and a Royal Flush pays at 100:1.