100 to 1 Roulette
100 to 1 Roulette
If you fancy high odds but still want to play roulette, then 100 to 1 Roulette could be for you. Found in William Hill and Betfred bookies, 100 to 1 Roulette brings you large odds and fair gameplay to make for an often more rewarding game than traditional bookies roulette.
I must admit, I’m a big fan of 100 to 1 Roulette. Granted you are not going to hit your numbers as often, but when you do you’ll be rewarded nearly three times more than standard bookies roulette. The large roulette wheel and betting table does bring some complications however, such as finding sections on the wheel, or even your favourite numbers. To help with this, there are various betting options such as Chris Cross and Shotgun which will highlight certain positions and sections on the wheel.
After you have placed all of your bets, the ball will rotate around a static wheel and stop opposite to where it started. Any winning bets will be paid out at 100/1, so a couple of pound on a number will award £102 (£100 plus your £2 winning stake back). As the maximum win is £500 per spin, the maximum bet on a single number per spin cannot exceed the upper limit, so bets will be capped to around £4.80.
Because of the high odds, a good winning streak should return a large amount of money, conversely losing streaks may be longer, but you are likely to lose the same amount as if you were playing traditional roulette, mainly because you probably would be spending the same amount of money.
Key Bet 500 is very similar to 100 to 1 Roulette, but has a neighbours betting option and a fun multiplier, making it a better choice in my opinion, although it is in different bookies so you may not be able to play your first choice. You will however find 100 to 1 Bagatelle on the same betting terminals, and although this version is newer, it is far from better.
100 to 1 Roulette Tips
The minimum bet on a single number is 10p, which will return £10.10, with the maximum £4.95 to return £500. As it’s not too much money, placing the maximum on a single number is a good bet in my opinion.
The green numbers pay at the same odds, so treat them as regular numbers, don’t feel you have to bet on these shapes.
Win up to x100 up to £500 per game on the over-sized bookies roulette wheel.
- A few good hits can bring large profits.
- Stakes as low as 10p per chip.
- Five zeros.