How to play Roulette Pro

Playtech have an impressive catalogue and among the huge range of Marvel pokies and unique casual games there’s a range of premier table games. This includes Roulette Pro – a life-like random number generated roulette title.

If live dealer roulette is more your style, read below for a Pro version available at some of our reputable online casinos.

What is Roulette Pro?

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Despite the name implying an advanced set of skills is required for this title, Roulette Pro by Playtech is simple to pick up. What makes this title special is the superior graphics with an animated wheel constantly spinning.

When you first open the game at Casino.com, in real money mode, you will find the European wheel and table layout. The graphics make it appear as though you are standing at a land-based roulette table and there’s a funky soundtrack which we’re undecided on – but you can mute this if you aren’t a fan in the top right hand corner.

The minimum bet available is $1 and the maximum is $50 – you may be able to get higher limits by making a deposit or VIP limits by contacting the online casino. Get playing by clicking the chip size and then on the table to indicate your bet/s of choice. Every click on the betting layout adds an additional chip to the overall bet.

Players can opt for the standard bets including the inside and outside bets and while European rules are followed here, what makes Roulette Pro different is the inclusion of Call bets.

Announces and Call bets

Call bets are additional bets to the standard inside and outside bets and players make these bets via the drop down menu. Rather than doing each individual bet, as detailed below manually to create the entire Call bet you can simply click on the preferred option after clicking the chip size and the chips will be placed accordingly. This makes it much easier for players to understand these Call bets.

Voisins du zero: This bet involves all numbers of the ‘Voisins’ arc including 22, 18, 29, 7, 28, 12, 35, 3, 26, 0, 32, 15, 19, 4, 21, 2, 25, and requires nine chips. The chips are placed on five split bets, one street bet, and one corner bet.

Tier: This bet involves the numbers on the ‘Tier’ arc, including 27, 13, 36, 11, 30, 8, 23, 10, 5, 24, 16, 33 and requires six chips over six split bets.

Orphelins: This bet involves the numbers on the ‘Orphelins’ arc including 17, 34, 6, 1, 20, 14, 31, 9, requiring five chips on four split bets.

Neighbour: This bet sees players wagering on one number and then the numbers on the left and right side, and requires five chips.

Final bet: This bet sees players wagering on all numbers with the same last number. For example, if you choose ‘final 6’ you bet on 6, 16, 26, and 36 with four chips.

Once you have placed any standard or Call bets you can spin the wheel and the outcome will be revealed, with all payouts paid out accordingly.

Payouts and RTP of Roulette Pro by Playtech

There’s a number of payouts eligible to view by clicking on the help button under the ‘spanner’ icon located in the top right hand corner of game, but for the standard bets, payouts are as follows;

  • Straight Up Bet – 35:1
  • Split Bet – 17:1
  • Street Bet – 11:1
  • Corner Bet and Four Bet – 8:1
  • Line Bet – 5:1
  • Column Bet or Dozen Bet – 2:1
  • Odd/Even, Black/Red, and High/Low Bets – 1:1

The theoretical RTP is 97.30%, which is a 2.7% house edge – what is found on most European roulette titles.

Roulette Pro strategy

As with all online roulette games there’s no winning system which will increase your chances when it comes to playing Roulette Pro. It is a game of luck and therefore no special wagering system will improve your winnings.

If you want to make gameplay easier, you can opt for “Re-Bet” after you’ve made your first bet – this will see the same bet each time applied.

Live Roulette Pro

If you’re a fan of the live dealer format, Net Entertainment offer Live Dealer Roulette Pro. However, instead of the additional side bets which are available on Playtech’s version this title offers huge table limits of up to $200,000.

These limits can be higher than many VIP rooms offered on roulette in land-based Australian casinos so if you are looking for a high limit version this Pro edition will satisfy your bankroll.