Free Multi Wheel Roulette

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Do you enjoy playing roulette, but would like to fast-track the game by having multiple wheels going at once? Multi Wheel Roulette fulfills this fantasy by offering you 6 roulette wheels that spin all at once. You can deactivate up to 5 wheels in this game if you’d like. The betting options is identical to standard play.

Each bet that you make is multiplied by the amount of wheels that you play. If you play all 6 wheels, your bet will be multiplied by 6.

The table limit for all bets that are on the inner table is $0.5 per wheel that is being played. The maximum bet allowed is $50 per wheel that is being played. If you only bet the minimum amount allowed on all 6 wheels, you’ll be spending $3 per bet. On the other hand, if you’re a high roller and spending the maximum amount allowed on all 6 wheels, each bet will cost you $300.

On the outer table, the minimum and maximum table limits will also vary depending on the amount of wheels that are being played. When betting on numbers 1 to 12, 13 to 24 or 25 to 36, the minimum amount that you need to put down on all 6 wheels is $12 and the maximum amount allowed is $1,800. You need to put a minimum of $2 down for each wheel that is being played, and a maximum of $300. The same can be said for the 3 different rows that you can bet on.

For bets that pay even money, like numbers 1 to 18 or 19 to 36, red or black and even or odd, you need to put down at $5 per wheel that is being played. This is a minimum bet requirement of $30. Maximum amount allowed is $1,800 for all 6 wheels or $300 per wheel.

You get 7 casino chips. Denominations include $0.01, $0.10, $0.50, $1, $5, $10 and $25.


What Are The Payouts on Multi-Wheel Roulette?

Much like in standard play, you are expected to put down bets on various betting options. The numbers on the wheel range from 0 to 36, and the 0 is gives the house its edge. This is identical to the European layout.

At the inner table, you can bet on specific numbers. There are different types of bets. They include:

  • straight bets for a payout of 35 to 1
  • split bets for a payout of 17 to 1
  • street bets for a payout of 11 to 1
  • corner bets for a payout of 8 to 1

At the outer table, you have the following bet options:

  • line bets for a payout of 5 to 1
  • column bets for a payout of 2 to 1
  • red or black for a payout of 1 to 1
  • even or odd for a payout of 1 to 1
  • 1 to 18 or 19 to 36 for a payout of 1 to 1

Once you’re satisfied with the bets that you’ve put down, spin the wheels. The ball will land wherever, and you’ll be compensated accordingly. You place varying bets on different areas of the table, and you can bet on both the inner and outer table on each round.

The odds for this game is set at 97.30%, which means that the house has a edge of 2.70%.


Overall Experience

Multi Wheel Roulette gives you an opportunity to spin several wheels all at once to quicken gameplay. It’s fairly similar to standard European roulette, and if you ever feel overwhelmed by the vast amount of wheels, you can always deactivate some of them. This gives you a lot of flexibility on how you would like the game to play out

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