At first glance, this seems to favour the player as if a zero comes out, then it cannot come out again. For example, if you bet on 10 balls and the first one came out 0, it would lose but the other 9 would be sure not to go in zero. However this is balanced out by the fact that when the ball doesn’t land on zero, its more likely that another ball lands on zero.
For example, the chance of the first ball landing on zero is 1 in 37 but if the first ball doesn’t land on zero, the next ball has a 1 in 36 chance of landing on zero and so on. This cancels out the advantage of when the ball does land in zero.
The game does give the player something back through the La Partage rule. This pays half back when the ball lands on zero. This reduces the house edge in half when playing on the outside even money bets. The full range of French bets is available to play too.
With a minimum bet of 10p, a maximum bet of £1000 and La Partage, this table is really good for system players. You can just play with one ball and its a regular roulette table.
A strange thing about this table is that it will only allow you to bet if its possible to win more than you put on. This stops you from betting on red and black simultaneously. Most roulette tables will allow this but multiball roulette doesn’t. Its not possible to get round it either by say placing all the single black numbers and then betting the same amount on red.
|Bet||Minimum Bet (£)||Maximum Bet (£)||Payout|
|Straight Up||0.10||1000||35 to 1|
|Split||0.10||1000||17 to 1|
|Street||0.10||1000||11 to 1|
|Corner||0.10||1000||8 to 1|
|Line||0.10||1000||5 to 1|
|Column/Dozen||0.10||1000||2 to 1|
|0.10||1000||1 to 1|