New AR Roulette
New AR Roulette
For a classic European roulette experience that offers you even more ways to win, look no further than Playtech’s New AR Roulette – a game that includes two additional betting options. Taking place on a classic single zero wheel, New AR Roulette combines four of roulette’s most popular even money bets – odd, even, red and black – to give players a couple of extra 3-to-1 shots. These bets cover either red and even or black and odd simultaneously, while should the zero space land while either option is selected, players will still receive a payout of 2-to-1.
As with all other versions of roulette, the aim of New AR Roulette is simply to wager on where a roulette ball will come to rest at the end of each spin. Utilising a conventional European wheel, New AR Roulette features just a single zero space to increase your odds of landing straight up bets, while a selection of new wagering options provide greater scope for covering your bases. With players able to bet on everything from the exact number of the space that the ball lands on to which section of the wheel it will feature in, pays are awarded based on the likelihood of your chosen outcome coming in; with the biggest rewards obviously reserved for individual number bets.
Utilising virtually the same user interface as any of Playtech’s other roulette games, New AR Roulette simply requires players to choose a chip denomination from £0.01 to £25.00 and click the section of the betting board that they wish to wager on. Stakes range from £0.10 to £25.00 per spin, but bet limits vary based on the outcome that you wish to bet on. Clicking a space will add a chip of your chosen denomination to the betting board, while holding shift while doing so while remove any unwanted wagers. Pressing the “spin” button will start a game, while your previous bet can be placed again in a single click should you wish to stick to a set betting strategy.
As with all roulette games, the key to long-term success in New AR Roulette is covering a wide enough section of the board to ensure fairly regular wins while leaving enough outcomes blank to secure a small profit when your numbers do come in. The two new betting options allow you to do this by covering the colour, odd or even and zero space in a single wager, with this providing a decent 3-to-1 payout when you are successful. Naturally bigger prizes are on offer for straight up bets, but as these are less likely to come in, those on tight bankrolls may wish to play it a bit safer.
A game designed with roulette grinders in mind, New AR Roulette offers two new outside bets at short odds that are perfect for those looking to build their bankroll slowly and steadily. Though these new wagers don’t offer the dramatic wins of a straight up bet, they are an interesting option to have in your arsenal and can be used as part of a balanced strategy to secure long-term profits.
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