Just as the name suggests, Mini Roulette is a smaller version of a traditional Roulette game. This Roulette variant can be found in Playtech powered Roulette casinos. Mini Roulette differs from a normal Roulette game in the wheel format and the betting structure.
Rules to play Mini Roulette
In a Mini Roulette, the wheel has total 13 pocket slots which include a single zero. When your ball lands on a zero in Mini Roulette, as per the Mini Roulette rules you get back half of your bet money.
Apart from the most common straight bet, other bets to be found in this miniature version of Roulette are Split bet (where you get to bet on any two numbers by placing the chip on the line between them), Street Bet, Corner Bet (in this bet you must place your waging chip on the dividing where four numbers meets), Three Bet ( you bet by placing your waging chip on zero, 1 and 2 or zero, 2 and 3) and other bets are Sixers Bet, Column Bet, Even/Odd Bet and Red/Black Bet.
Like all other Roulette games, Mini Roulette can be played in both free and real money mode. Often, a real money mode in a Mini Roulette is offers no house limit that means that you can apply the Martingale's approach.
The game play and objective in Mini Roulette is similar to a traditional Roulette game, where you r aim is to bet on a number and wait for the Roulette ball to stand on your chosen number. Mini Roulette starts when you place your waging chip on a bet area and spin the wheel by clicking on the respective button.
Pay outs of different bets in Roulette are
The payout for a Straight bet in Mini Roulette is 11:1, with 50% of refundable bet money when the ball falls on Zero pocket. The payouts in a game of Mini Roulette are lot different from those found in traditional version of this game. group bets like Black/Red, Odd/Even as well as bets on 1-6, 4-9 and 7-12 offers a payout of 1:1, whereas straight bets pay 11:1 and bet on 2:1 gives a payout of 3:1.