Take the classic casino game to new heights when you play First Person Roulette.
All of the standard Roulette bets are available in this game, including Racetrack and the traditional French bets.
Save your go-to bets with the 'Favourite Bets' feature, making it easier for you to place them in between rounds.
Have a spin.
The chip sizes available in First Person Roulette range from £1 to £500.
In First Person Roulette, the aim is to place a bet on which number the ball will land on the wheel. This can be achieved with one or more bets that cover a certain number.
On the wheel you will find the numbers 1-36 and a single 0.
Once betting time has ended, the spinning ball is released into the wheel by the dealer.
The ball will eventually come to rest in one of the numbered pockets within the wheel, and if you've placed a bet covering that number, you will win.
Joining the Game
In the ‘Live Games Menu’, you will see every available game table.
The table name and bet limits are displayed underneath the table icon.
When you move your mouse over the icon, the dealer name and photo is displayed, in addition to the recent results, as well as the list of players already at the table.
To join a table, all you have to do is click on a table icon.
View the minimum and maximum stakes allowed on a certain table with the ‘Bet Limits’ window.
If you try to place a bet higher than the limit for a particular table, you will receive a notification.
The traffic lights next to the table will inform you of the game status, and this relates to when you are able to place your wagers.
A wide variety of different bets can be placed on a roulette table. Each different bet type will allow you to cover a specific range of numbers.
Bets that are made on the numbered space or on the lines between them are known as ‘Inside Bets’.
Any bets made on the special boxes below and to the left of the board are referred to as ‘Outside Bets’.
To place traditional special bets and neighbour bets more efficiently, you can use the racetrack-shaped betting area.
Each bet will cover a different set of numbers, with varying payouts applied.
Save your preferred bet, or even a combination of alternate bets with the ‘Favourite Bets’ feature, meaning you can place these wagers faster in future rounds.
A list of a maximum 15 of your favourite bets can be saved under different names.
The ‘Winning Numbers’ display shows the most recent winning numbers, with the most recent round listed on the left hand side.
Black numbers are displayed in yellow, whereas red numbers are red.
Click on the ‘Statistics’ button to view the last 500 spins and the relevant results in a graphical way.
|Even / Odd||18 numbers||1:1|
|High / Low||18 numbers||1:1|
|Red / Black||18 numbers||1:1|
|Column / Dozen||12 numbers||2:1|
|Straight Up||1 number||35:1|
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 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 of wins.