The game is your standard roulette affair with the single zero, no La Partage rule. The big draw is just the low stakes. Many places, have table minimums of 50p inside and £5 outside whereas in low stakes roulette, its 1p for all minimum bets.
With the minimum bet so low, you might expect them to have the maximum bet low too. Surprisingly, these are very reasonably too. At £500 on an even money bet, thats a massive 50,000 times min to max bet.
In system terms, this means you can have 16 reds in a row before you hit the house limit, if you start with 1p and double up. The trouble is that winning 1p everytime is going to be time consuming and not make very much. Still, its a good table to test out systems on. If you want to bet big though, go on to the high stakes roulette table.
|Bet||Minimum Bet (£)||Maximum Bet (£)||Payout|
|Straight Up||0.01||25||35 to 1|
|Split||0.01||50||17 to 1|
|Street||0.01||250||11 to 1|
|Corner||0.01||100||8 to 1|
|Line||0.01||150||5 to 1|
|Column/Dozen||0.01||250||2 to 1|
|0.01||500||1 to 1|