100/1 Roulette is a brand new type of roulette that is played on a different wheel, instead of the usual 37, there are 105. But what is it all about - and how much could you win? Here's the lowdown on 100/1 Roulette.
The basis for 100/1 Roulette is the same as regular online roulette: correctly predict where the ball will land after the wheel is spun. However, everything else about the game is different, and there's the chance to win much bigger prizes and payouts.
Roulette is typically played on either an American or European roulette wheel, both of which have a standardised layout. Playing 100/1 Roulette online means you'll be playing with a simulated wheel and a random number generator - but the wheel will look very different to what you will have seen before.
There are a total of 105 pockets, including five green zero pockets, which means you have three times as many chances to win. As the name suggests, the maximum payout is 100/1, triple the standard maximum prize usually payable in roulette.
Similar to other types of roulette, there is a range of different bets you can place, all of which carry different payouts. We'll look at that in more detail below.
There are other games that you can play at PartyCasino that use a random number generator and a simulated wheel. As a regulated and licensed online casino, you can trust us to use the software in a transparent and fair way.
However, the 100/1 wheel is much larger than the standard wheel, with numbers from 1-100 laid out in a pattern plus five green zero pockets. Each of these green pockets has a corresponding symbol: diamond, star, triangle, square and circle.
The game is essentially a supersized version of regular roulette, but you’ll be playing on a much larger scale and could collect bigger prizes. It's not really comparable with European, French or American Roulette as the wheel is so much larger, with different prizes.
As with other types of roulette, there are no single fixed jackpot payouts with 100/1 roulette. The amount you win is directly proportional to the amount you bet. Prizes are expressed as a multiple of your original bet, but the amount you receive depends on the type of bet you choose to make.
Some bets are much easier to win; these carry lower payouts. On the flip side, there are also bets which are harder to win; this is where you could win substantially more.
You can choose your bet depending on your attitude to risk. Here’s what you could win:
● Straight bet (single number) 100:1
● Pair of numbers 49:1
● Split 32:1
● Corner 24:1
● Street 19:1
● 10 number column or street 9:1
● Fifteen number avenue 11/2
● Twenty number avenue 4/1
● Even/odds evens
● Red/black evens
As can be seen from the odds, the most difficult bet to win is the single number. This is much harder on 100/1 Roulette because you'll have to pick the correct number out of 100 rather than just 35.
There are five losing green pockets and 100 winning pockets, the chances of winning at 100/1 roulette are very different from mainstream roulette.
The RTP is between 92.86% and 96.19%, depending on the strategy you play - but don't forget about variability. The RTP is only a representative average that is calculated over a very expensive period of play; the variability may alter your actual playing experience.
Although there are many different types of bet you can place, the straight-up bet is the best option - but only when placed on several numbers simultaneously. Betting on ten numbers per spin means that if you land a win, you'll be able to recoup your losses right away.
Compared to European Roulette, the probability of a single number landing is much lower - 0.95% compared to 2.70%. This means that playing a solo number is very hard to hit a winner, hence why the payout is so much higher. Increasing your straight-up bets to include ten numbers is a safer bet than still delivers a profit.
Playing evens bets is usually a good option for the risk-averse, but it's less desirable in 100/1 roulette. A win on reds/blacks has a 47.61% chance in 100/1 Roulette but a 48.60% chance in European Roulette.
At the top of the screen, you'll be able to see the last winning numbers; this is useful if you're tracking hot numbers.
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