In the Deal or No Deal European Roulette game, players wager on either a single number or a range of numbers, on the red or black, or on odd or even. Croupiers spin the roulette wheel and rolls the ball into the opposite direction to determine the winning number and colour. The ball eventually falls into one of 37 numbered and coloured pockets on the wheel, which could be the numbers 0 to 36. Inside Bets are bets placed on numbers straight up or on a line that separates numbers and comprises a group of numbers. Outside Bets are any of the bets placed in the external area of the number table. People can make an Inside and Outside bet by choosing the chip value, click on the bet he or she wishes to place on the Deal or No Deal Roulette table and click on spin.
How works the deal or no deal roulette
The Deal or No Deal Roulette game has some special features. One of them is the advanced panel. The advanced panel contains all the special features available in Deal or No Deal European Roulette. For opening the panel, players can click on the advanced tab in the top right corner of the screen. The second special feature is the neighbour bet. Neighbour bets allow players to wager on numbers that appear next to a certain number on the Roulette wheel. For example, a Neighbour Bet on 12 would include 12, 28, (the neighbouring number on the left), and 35 (the neighbouring number on the right). Players can place Neighbour Bets on up to 4 numbers (the four numbers that appear adjacent to a number on the left and on the right sides). For placing these bets, players should click on neighbour bets in the advanced panel, then click on the number of Neighbour bets on which they wish to wager (1-4), after that they need to scroll over the roulette wheel image to preview the bet he or she wishes to place. The next step is that a player needs to click on the number he or she wishes to bet on and the chips are placed on all relevant numbers. When all of the four steps are done by the player the only thing that has to be done is to click on spin.
Hot and cold numbers deal roulette
Another special feature of the roulette game is the hot/cold number. The Neighbor Bets window will always showcase the five numbers that have won the greatest number of rounds (Hot) and the five numbers that have won the least number of rounds (Cold). Players can quickly and easily bet on one or all five Hot or Cold Numbers from the panel. The last special feature is autoplay. This feature allows players to automatically play a chosen number of successive game rounds without having to place bets and start click on the spin button each time.
The payoff in the game is as follows: when there is a straight of bet with one number, the payoff will be 35 to 1. A split bet with 2 numbers will give a player a payoff of 17 to 1, a trio bet with three numbers will guarantee a payoff of 11 to 1. A street bet with three numbers gives a payoff of 11 to 1 and a line bet with 6 numbers gives away a payoff which is 5 to 1. A dozen bet with twelve numbers guarantees a player a payoff of 2 to 1. The red/black with eighteen numbers, even/odd with 18 numbers, the low/high bets with eighteen numbers will al give the player a 1 to 1 payoff. The last bet is the four number bet which gives players a payoff of 8 to 1. In case of multiple wins, all wins will be paid together. The minimum amount a player should bet in this game is $1 and the maximum is $300.
The game of roulette uses a lot of special names for their bets. Definitions of these special names are listed down below.
Straight Up: Place a bet directly on any single number.
Split Bet: Place a bet on the line between any two numbers.
Street Bet: Place a bet at the end of any row of numbers, covering three numbers.
Corner Bet: Place a bet on the corner where four numbers meet.
Line Bet: Place a bet at the end of two streets on the line dividing them. A line bet covers all the numbers in either street, for a total of six.
Dozen Bet: Place a bet in one of the boxes marked “1st12”, “2nd12”, or “3rd12”, each of which covers twelve numbers.
Column Bet: On the short side of the roulette table are three boxes marked “2 to 1”. By placing a chip in one of these boxes, the player selects all twelve numbers above it (excluding 0).
1-18 / 19-36 (High/Low): A bet placed in one of the boxes marked “1 to 18” or “19 to 36”, covers 18 numbers.
Red/Black or Even/Odd: A bet placed in one of the four boxes, on the sides of the board, covers half of the numbers on the board, as described in that box. The zero is not covered by any of these boxes. Each box covers eighteen numbers.
Trio: a bet on 0, 1 and 2; or 0, 2, and 3. The chip is placed at the intersection of the three desired numbers.
Top line: a bet on 0, 1, 2, and 3. The chip is placed either at the corner of 0 and 1, or on the corner of 0 and 3.