This European version of Roulette is a standard game of roulette – it consists of 36 numbers, plus 0. You are supposed to forecast the outcome of every spin by placing bets on numbers, colors, and parts of the roulette table. To do this, you first need to select a chip amount, which goes from $1 to $500 per chip.
However, a benefit hidden behind the Hamburg variant of roulette is that, whenever a ball stops on zero, a half of the bet you placed on even/odd, black/red, or low/high, will be returned to you. Apart from this, there’s a number of other options that should broaden the choices offered to the player, and thus increase their chance of making the right prediction. Those include straight up, split bet, street bet, corner bet, first four bet, line bet, column bet, dozen bet, red/black, low/high, and even odd bets. Also, if you’re interested in taking a look at in-depth payout chart, you can find it in the help section of the game.
There’s something different to roulette. It brings that posh feeling, making you feel like a highroller, who’s spending time and money on expensive entertainment, just because you can. It also gives away the feeling that you’re in the middle of a gorgeous Vegas casino. A real treat for real gamblers, indeed!
Author: Natalie Stephanopoulos