100/1 Roulette

Experience the thrill of roulette on an even bigger scale with more wheel pockets to choose from in 100/1 Roulette!

    100/1 Roulette Game Overview 

    The bet sizes available in 100/1 Roulette range from 1p to £200. 

    Aim of the Game

    This version of roulette follows the same rules and goal as in regular roulette, except it has a bigger wheel with more numbers!

    The aim of the game is to place a wager on a number that the ball will stop on - if it stops on a number that you have wagered on, then you will receive a payout.

    Numbered Pockets

    The wheel in 100/1 Roulette has 105 pockets - 100 black and red pockets and five green pockets.

    There are 50 red pockets and 50 black pockets.

    The five green pockets represent zero on the wheel and are shown by different shapes.


    Wager Choices

    You can choose to place different kinds of wagers in 100/1.

    Each wager covers a certain number/set of numbers and offers a different payout.

    Numbers Covered
    SingleJust one number of your choice100/1
    PairTwo numbers of your choice49/1
    Three Number SpitThree numbers at the split31/1
    Four Number CornerFour numbers that the chip is touching24/1
    Five Number StreetFive numbers on the horizontal line that the chip is on19/1
    Ten Number Street / Ten Number ColumnTen numbers in the column or horizontal line that the chip is touching9/1
    15 Number Avenue15 numbers in the columns that the chip is touching11/2
    20 Number Avenue20 numbers in the columns that the chip is covering4/1
    Even/Odds All even or odd numbers 1/1
    Reds/BlacksAll red or black numbers1/1

    The wagering requirements for each option may vary.

    Winners will be announced once the wheel has stopped spinning and the ball has landed!

    It is possible to remove wagers by clicking 'Clear Last Bet' or 'Clear All Bets'. 

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 92.86 - 96.19%

    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 between £92.86 and £96.19. 

    This return is based on the player making the best choices.