Odds wise, the game is exactly the same. The house edge is given by the single zero. The bets are all the same, you can have a straight up bet, dozens/ columns, black/ red etc as well as neighbours bets.
The extra twist on this game is the bonus round when you win up to 10 times your winnings. For example, you place £10 on red and it comes up red. You have a total of £20 in winnings and stake. You have a chance to play the bonus game. This is based on a modern pinball game. Basically, you gamble and you have a chance to win, 1x, 2x, 4x, 5x, 10x or zero.
winnings can multiply several times, leading to massive wins.
You have no control over the outcome. It’s just random what award you get. The payout on the bonus game is unknown but I expect it to be the same as the regular roulette game as the manufacturers say the overall payout is 97.3% which is exactly what standard roulette is.
Don’t get too greedy though. The game will only payout so much before it gives you zero and you return to the standard game.
|Bet||Minimum Bet (£)||Maximum Bet (£)||Payout|
|Straight Up||0.10||25||35 to 1|
|Split||0.10||50||17 to 1|
|Street||0.10||250||11 to 1|
|Corner||0.10||100||8 to 1|
|Line||0.10||150||5 to 1|
|Column/Dozen||0.10||500||2 to 1|
|0.10||500||1 to 1|