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How to play Premium American Roulette

Premium American Roulette has 9 types of chips. Their face value ranges from 0.01 to 100 credits. After you have chosen the face value of the chips, you need to place them on the appropriate tabs to make a bet. In this roulette simulator you can place a bet on the following parameters:

  • number
  • color
  • dozen
  • row
  • even or odd
  • range from 1-18 or 19-36
  • 4 numbers
  • pair of numbers

After placing the bets, you can undo the last operation (Undo button), clear all bets that were placed (Clear Bets), and double down (x2). To start the game you need to press the button with a circular arrow. After that, the wheel will make a single rotation. After the end of the rotation a ball will stop on one of the numbers. This will determine which of your bets were successful. Then you can choose one of the following operations:

  • rebet — repeat all the bets that were placed in a previous round
  • x2 and spin — double the bets and start the game
  • rebet and spin — repeat the bets and start the game

The scoreboard, which displays the history of the previous numbers that were shown, is located in the upper right part of the interface.

Payouts in Premium American Roulette

The highest paid bet in Premium American Roulette is a single number. A multiplier for it is 35 to 1. The payout for a pair of numbers is 17 to 1. Winnings for 4 numbers have a multiplier of 8 to 1. The remaining bets are paid as follows:

  • color — 1 to 1
  • dozen — 2 to 1
  • row — 2 to 1
  • even or odd — 1 to 1
  • range from 1-18 or 19-36 — 1 to 1

How to win in Premium American Roulette

The RTP (return to player percent) of Premium American Roulette is 97%. This is the game where winnings can be predicted with the help of the probability theory. Therefore, you can use the scoreboard with the latest numbers that have appeared. To increase your chances of getting prize payouts place bets with equal chances (red-black, even-odd, etc.)

Number35 to 1
Two numbers17 to 1
Four numbers8 to 1
Row2 to 1
Range1 to 1
Color1 to 1
Dozen2 to 1
Even or odd1 to 1

by Berendej Kutko

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