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Evolution Gaming strikes back with another creation, Live VIP Roulette. This roulette game has been designed for high rollers, and it consists of a roulette table. If you want to discover the fun of playing Live VIP Roulette, then you can start the game at Spin and Win Casino on either a tablet, a laptop or a mobile phone. Let your eyes be captivated by the décor and let your ears be tickled by the lovely background music as the game is one. Enter the real-like casino at the comfort of your home, and enjoy a gaming adventure.
Did you know that roulette is considered the easiest casino game? Unlike other games, this one is more based on luck than on skills. Also, there are two variants of roulette! On French Roulette, there is only one 0 on the wheel while on the American Roulette, there is two 00 on the wheel. Also, it is Blaise Pascal who invented the first roulette wheel while he was trying to invent the perpetual motion wheel. Many people call roulette the �?devil’s game’ as if you add all the numbers, you will get a total of 666.
Live VIP Roulette is where dealers and a live chat box will guide you and take your bets. You will find everything you need on the screen. You will be able to see your dealer and Roulette wheel. There is a table at the bottom of the screen with different sections which allow you to place bets and keep track of your stakes.
Playing Live VIP Roulette is simple and easy. On your display screen, you will see a wheel which features red and black spots, and they are marked with numbers from 1 to 36. Apart from the wheel, you will see a table which comes with additional numbers and extra sectors, where you can place your bet.
On Live VIP Roulette, the bet amounts are different from other roulette games. Start your casino gaming journey by clicking on the different chip values to place your bet. Click multiple times on the chip values to apply your preferred stake. When your bet has been placed, the dealer will start to roll the wheel.
There are two types of bets which you can place on Live VIP Roulette and these are:
Inside Bets: It is when you are betting on numbers which are within the box on Live VIP Roulette. The main area of the table shows numbers from 0 to 36. The seven types of inside bets are Straight, Split, Street, Six Line, Corner, Trio and Basket.
Outside Bets: It is when you bet on any numbers outside the number field. The five common outside bets are Red/Black, Odd/Even, Dozen or Columns.
When playing in the 3D view you might not be able to see the winning number on the wheel itself, but the market will be placed on the table layout in no time. Neighbour and special bets can be made using the Racetrack found in the bottom right hand corner, with the option to save your favourite bets located right next to it.
Players also have the chance to change video quality, chat with croupiers, check help and game history as well as activate the full screen feature.
VIP Roulette has been designed to provide the best possible experience to casino's most exclusive customers and this is evident every step of the way. From premium red tables to VIP dealers to huge betting limits, the game provides high rollers with a perfect setting for their action, also featuring neighbour and special bets as well as allowing up to 15 bet patterns to be saved so as to simplify the bet placement process.
This game is supplied by Evolution and is certified by the UK Gambling Commission as having been independently tested and up to the required standards for players in the UK.
If you experience any difficulties with this game or any other game you should follow our Complaints procedure and contact us.
The objective in ROULETTE is to predict the number on which the ball will land by placing one or more bets that cover that particular number. The wheel includes the numbers 1-36 plus a single 0.
After the time allotted for betting has expired, the dealer releases the spinning ball within the roulette wheel. The ball will eventually come to rest in one of the numbered pockets within the wheel. You win if you have placed a bet that covers that particular number.
You can place many different kinds of bets on the Roulette table. Each type of bet covers a certain range of numbers, and each type has its own payout rate.
Bets that are made on the numbered space or on the lines between them are called Inside Bets, while the bets made on the special boxes below and to the left of the board are called Outside Bets.
Straight Up - place your chip directly on any single number (including zero).
Split Bet - place your chip on the line between any two numbers, either on the vertical or horizontal.
Street Bet - place your chip at the end of any row of numbers. A street bet covers three numbers.
Corner Bet - place your chip at the corner where four numbers meet. All four numbers are covered.
Line Bet - place your chip at the end of two rows on the intersection between them. A line bet covers all the numbers in both rows, for a total of six numbers.
Column Bet - place your chip in one of the boxes marked '2 to 1' at the end of the column that covers all 12 numbers in that column. The zero is not covered by any column bet.
Dozen Bet - place your chip in one of the three boxes marked '1st 12,' '2nd 12' or '3rd 12' to cover the twelve numbers above it.
Red/Black - place your chip on the Red or Black box to cover the 18 red or black numbers. The zero is not covered by these bets.
Even/Odd - place your chip in one of these boxes to cover the 18 even or odd numbers. The zero is not covered by these bets.
1-18/19-36 - place your chip on either of these boxes to cover the first or latter 18 numbers. The zero is not covered by these bets.
Click the NEIGHBOUR BETS button to view a special oval-shaped betting area that allows you to more easily place neighbour bets and other special bets. Re-click the button to close/re-open this feature.
Each bet covers a different set of numbers and offers different payout odds. Bet spots will be highlighted.
Tiers du Cylindre
This bet covers a total of twelve numbers that include 27, 33 and the numbers that lie between them on the side of the roulette wheel opposite to zero. 6 chips are placed as follows:
1 chip on the 5/8 split
1 chip on the 10/11 split
1 chip on the 13/16 split
1 chip on the 23/24 split
1 chip on the 27/30 split
1 chip on the 33/36 split
Orphelins a Cheval
This bet covers a total of eight numbers on the two segments of the roulette wheel not covered by the voisins du zero and tiers du cylindre bets above. 5 chips are placed as follows:
1 chip on 1 (straight up)
1 chip on the 6/9 split
1 chip on the 14/17 split
1 chip on the 17/20 split
1 chip on the 31/34 split
Voisins du Zero
This bet covers a total of seventeen numbers that include 22, 25 and the numbers that lie between them on the side of the roulette wheel that contains zero. 9 chips are placed as follows:
2 chips on the 0/2/3 street
1 chip on the 4/7 split
1 chip on the 12/15 split
1 chip on the 18/21 split
1 chip on the 19/22 split
2 chips on the 25/26/28/29 corner
1 chip on the 32/35 split
This bet covers zero and the six numbers in close proximity to zero on the roulette wheel: 12, 35, 3, 26, 0, 32 and 15. 4 chips are placed as follows:
1 chip on the 0/3 split
1 chip on the 12/15 split
1 chip on 26 (straight up)
1 chip on the 32/35 split
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A neighbour bet covers a particular number as well as other numbers that lie in close proximity to it on the roulette wheel. To place a neighbour bet, click a specific number on the racetrack. A chip will be placed on the chosen number and on numbers that neighbour it to the right and left. Click on the circular '-'or '+' button to increase or decrease the set of neighbours to the right and left of the chosen number.
A bet is placed only when it has been received by our server from your handset using our software. Once a bet has been placed it is final and binding and cannot be cancelled or changed. For the avoidance of doubt, a bet remains valid even if the result cannot for any reason be displayed back to your handset (due, for example, to a network failure, interruption of communication, or if you receive a phone call). In the event of a game termination, any relevant jackpot will be paid out on a random draw authorised by the regulator.
The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is up to 97.73%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company and monitored monthly.
Malfunction voids all plays and pay outs.
Unresolved bets placed but remaining undecided in incomplete games will become void after 90 days and will be forfeited to charity.