How To Play
As with regular Roulette, the game centres on a spinning wheel that is split into coloured numbered segments and you need to bet on where the ball will land within this wheel. The wheel features the numbers 0 to 12 and to expand the betting options the numbers have been coloured red or black (except for 0, which is green).
While this is a stripped down version of Roulette, there are still many different types of bets. You can bet on individual numbers, groups of numbers based upon the layout of the wheel or betting area, and groups of numbers with other shared characteristics, such as all the red numbers. In order to make the most out of the game it is important to understand all of the different types of bet and how to use them.
- Straight Up: A bet on an individual number from 0 – 12.
- Split Bet: This is a bet on two adjacent numbers in the betting area.
- Street Bet: The betting area contains four columns of three numbers known as streets. This is a bet on one of the streets.
- Corner Bet: This is a bet on four numbers that form a square in the betting area.
- Four Bet: This is a bet on the numbers 0 to 3 inclusive.
- Column Bet: There are three horizontal lines of four numbers in the betting area. This is a bet on one of those columns.
- Half Dozen Bet: The numbers 1 to 12 have been divided into three groups of 6, 1 to 6, 4 – 9 and 7 – 12. This is a bet on one of those groups.
- Red/Black Bet: This is a bet on either all the red numbers or all the black numbers.
- Even/Odd Bet: A bet on either all the even numbers or all the odd numbers.
To help you as you play you will see a history view that contains details of the last few spins, and there is auto play functionality for those that like to sit back and watch the action.
Mini Roulette offers a range of payouts depending on the type of bet placed. Straight Up pays at 11:1, Split pays at 5:1, Street pays at 3:1, Corner/Four pays at 2:1, Column pays at 2:1, Half Dozen pays at 1:1, and Red/Black and Even/Odd pays at 1:1.