Multi Ball Roulette
Multiball Roulette is a simple game to play, because the aim of the game is to correctly predict which of the numbers the balls will land on. This game can be played with up to 10 balls at the same time and as two balls cannot land on the same number pocket at the same time, this technically means you have more chances of winning. For those who have played 100 to 1 Bagatelle, they’ll know that the more balls that land in a single number, the better.
To place your bets, you simply pop your chips on your desired chosen number on the betting table. Once you have completed this step, you can then decide how many balls will be used in this round. Your stake will be multiplied by the number of balls in play. Your stake will also be returned in addition to any winnings.
Multi Ball Roulette
The following bets can be made during a game;
- Red – Black has odds of 1:1
- Even – Odd has odds of 1:1
- Low – High (1 – 18 or 19 – 36) has odds of 1:1
- Straight Up (which means any single number) has odds of 35:1
- Split (any two adjoining numbers) has odds of 17:1
- Street (means a row across the betting table) has odds of 11:1
- Corner (any four adjoining numbers in a block) has odds of 8:1
- Six Line (means two adjoining streets) has odds of 5:1
- Dozens (1 – 12, 13 – 24 and 25 – 36) has odds of 2:1
- Column has odds of 2:1
You cannot place a bet if there is a possible win that exceeds the stated bet sum, this means it’s not possible to bet on only Red and Black with the same amount at the same time.
- Bets of 0 – 1, 0 – 2 and 0 – 3 have odds of 17:1
- Bets of 0 –1 –2, and 0 – 2 – 3 have odds of 11:1
- Bets of 0 –1 – 2 –3 have odds of 8:1
Called bets are when players bet on numbers which happen to lie next to each other on the roulette wheel.
If the ball lands on the number 0 at any point in the game, all stakes placed on zero will win, including those that include the zero combination, such as: 0/1, 0/2, 0/3, 0/1/2, 0/2/3 and 0/1/2/3. All the other multiple chance bets lose.
You can head over to Betfred Casino where you can play for free to test drive the game. Or you can play for real and get a great deposit bonus.
One ball not enough for you? Then try Roulette Multiball.
- A fun change from original roulette.
- Works well with betting systems.
- Gets boring quickly.