|Name:||Roulette By RTG|
|Software:||Realtime Gaming (RTG)|
|Game Type:||Table Game|
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|Graphics are crisp||No live dealer|
Where to play?
Many online casinos use the RTG Roulette software especially those that specifically target the Australasian and U.S markets and can be found at all the best Realtime Gaming casinos.
They software provider’s games is popular with players because of its extensive library, arresting visuals, quality promotions, rewards packages, security, reliable cash outs and bonus offers.
Roulette It’s Not Just A Game Of Chance
If one compares the RTG Roulette library to that of NetEnt or Microgaming I must admit it comes up short by a country mile. Players only have a choice between American and European Roulette.
European Roulette with its 37 numbers on the wheel and with a betting layout (0 to 36) is hands down the favorite. On the other hand there’s American Roulette which has 38 numbers with a layout that ranges from 00 to 36. It allows inside and outside bets plus it has a higher edge to the house.If you’re looking for something more I’m afraid that’s as far as it goes.
Another popular version is Multiplier Roulette, it allows you to play against other players. It’s a fast paced affair and played according to the rules of French roulette. You can exploit other players’ weaknesses and you can chat to them while you’re playing.
If you want to play at a table, you can search it by type: open, private or reserved, betting limits set and the time allotted for placing bets, usually it’s 30 to 90 seconds.
The smallest wager that can be placed at the table is $1 while the maximum bet is $100. RTG’s Multiplier roulette is popular with high rollers since the table maximum is $500 per bet. The graphics are vibrant and it even has a timer that counts down every spin. Players can also add a personal touch to the game by using an avatar and have an alias before taking a seat at one of the tables.
There are 4 Roulette types:
- American Roulette: It’s played on a Double-zero wheel. The house edge is 5.26% except on the 5 bet which works out round about 7.89%.
- New American Roulette: It’s similar to American roulette but looks slightly different.
- European Roulette: It offers orphans and neighbor bets and played on a Single-zero wheel, the edge to the house is 2.78%.
- French roulette: It’s played on a Single zero wheel with the “la partage” rule. Should the ball land on zero even money bets will lose zero. On even money bets the House edge is 1.35% and on all others it’s 2.78%.
If I must play roulette I recommend French Roulette but stick to even money bets.
In summary. Although not the best by a long shot, RTG’s Roulette offers players an uncomplicated choice by getting down to business right away. However, seasoned table game players have often lambasted the software’s roulette as ‘dull’ and the competition already offers live dealer casinos. It’s pretty evident that RTG has a lot of catching up to do.