3 Wheel Roulette
If you're looking for a refreshing take on the Roulette genre then why not try out 3 Wheel Roulette? Featuring a brilliant design and a unique gameplay mode of three reels, you're guaranteed to be hooked on 3 Wheel Roulette from the moment you make your first spin.
You've probably already guessed it, but 3 Wheel Roulette comes with three concurrent wheels instead of the usual one wheel, serving up three times the excitement of traditional Roulette - because you've got three chances to win on every spin! Not only that, but this game also comes with the Colour Up Bonus, which boosts your winning potential to up to 1200x your bet. On top of all this, the game comes with super slick, realistic graphics, so you'll feel like you're right there on the casino floor. Ready for all of that? Then let's play
How to play
As in any traditional Roulette casino game, the aim of this version is to guess where the ball is going to land when the wheels stop spinning, placing your bets according to your guesses. You can bet using 1, 5, 25, 100 or 500 value chips - simply click to select a chip value, then click on the board to place your chips where you want to bet. You can place a string of bets by holding down your left mouse button and moving your cursor over bet areas. Use the UNDO button if ever you want to get rid of a placed bet. Once you're happy with your bets, hit SPIN to get those wheels spinning!
After an initial bet and spin, you then have a number of options to help you keep on playing. You can place new bets manually and hit SPIN again; you can click REBET & SPIN to place the same bets and spin the wheel again; you can press REBET to place the same bets again, going on to add additional bets if you want and spinning the wheel manually; you can choose to CLEAR ALL, which removes all chips from the board and allows you start afresh; you can press DOUBLE REBET to double your last bet and place it again, before pressing SPIN yourself.
Return to player
This game has a theoretical RTP of 97.29% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £97.29. Malfunction voids all pays and play.