Feel all the thrills of everyone's favourite casino game with 10p Roulette.
This classic version of the game can see you bank wins from as little as 10p a bet.
Give it a spin!
The bet sizes available in 10p Roulette range from 10p to £1,000.
10p Roulette allows you to make use of the Spread Betting functionality.
You can then pick from a variety of betting configurations, which can produce more strategic bets as multiple betting spaces can be covered.
10p Roulette also allows you to make use of the Drag Betting functionality.
Simply drag your selected chip over the betting grid, and this speeds up the process of placing multiple bets at once.
Enabling Drag Split Bets allows dragging across number borders to place bets on two number splits, while if Drag Cover Bets is active then you can drag across number borders to place bets on spaces that wager on at least three numbers at a time.
|Low/High, Red/Black, Even/Odd||1:1||Each of these boxes contains 18 numbers, and they all pay out at 1:1. 0 is not included in any of them.|
|Dozen||2:1||Bet on a group of twelve numbers by placing a chip in one of the three boxes marked ‘1st 12’, ‘2nd 12’ or ‘3rd 12’. 0 is not included in any box|
|Column||2:1||Bet in one of the boxes labelled 2 to 1 bet on that column of numbers. 0 is not included in any column|
|Line||5:1||Bet on two street bets (the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers), by placing the chip on the inner boundary line where the line dividing the two rows intersects it.|
|Corner||8:1||Bet on four numbers by placing chips at the corner where the four numbers meet|
|Street||11:1||Bet on three numbers by placing a chip on the outer boundary line of the Roulette table that is next to the corresponding row of three numbers|
|Split||17:1||Bet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line that divides the two numbers|
|Straight Up||35:1||Bet on any number, including 0, by placing the chip on the centre of a number|
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 97.30%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.30.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.