Roulette 18® Rollette® 輪盤十八滾骰™
The First, Fastest and The Only 19-Numbers (0-18) Roulette, using a 20-sided Die. Exciting and Space-Saving (House-Edge 5.26%)!
Suitable for Any Small Casinos, Cruise Ships, Mobile Casinos, Online Casinos, Live-Dealer Online Casinos, ETG and..
Roulette-18® Rollette® uses a 20-sided Die, and a unique table layout that does not require a Roulette-sized table.
Suitable for: Any Small Casinos, Cruise Ships, Mobile Casinos, Online Casinos, Live-Dealer Online Casinos, and Others.
Like traditional Roulette, Players can place: Straight-up 17-1 / Split 8-1 / Street 5-1 / Corner 7-2 / Line 2-1 / Even-chance 1-1.
1. Players place their bets on the Roulette-18® layout, just as they would in ordinary Roulette.
2. A Roulette-die is rolled in a shaker and then exposed.
If the roll is a double-zero (00) all bets remain in action and the die is rolled again until a non-00 winning number is determined.
3. According to the bets and the winning number. Dealer then collects all losing bets and pays winning bets according to the Pay-table.
Roulette Link-Bets® offers Split and Corner betting between numbers in the first and third columns that were previously not possible because they are not adjacent. Link-Bets are made possible by the addition of a fourth column which duplicates the first column.
In other words while columns with 1, 2 and 3 existed, allowing for a split bet between 1 and 2 or 2 and 3, there is now a fourth column with the number 1 again thus allowing for a split bet between the two adjacent numbers of 3 and 1.
e.g. Link-Splits: (7 and 9), (16 and 18). Link-Corners: (7, 9, 10 and 12) (13, 15, 16 and 18). Roulette Link-Bets®: Video Demo
For added excitement, casino operators may choose to include the Double-Hit® betting section on their Roulette-18 layout.
The Double-Hit straight-up is a proposition bet based on two consecutive rolls of the dice.
The Player places a bet on a single number in the Double- Hit section of the layout.
If the Player hits his number on the first roll, he’s paid 12-to-1 and the bet remains in play for a second roll.
If the player then hits his number on the second roll, he’s paid 120-to-1 and his original bet is returned.
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