|Manufacturer:||Net Entertainment||Bet Per Spin:||£1.00 – £500.00|
|Bonus Features:||n/a||Free Spins:||n/a|
|RTP:||96.15%||Game Type:||Table Game|
- but why not try one of these?
Net Entertainment produce some of the most engaging casino games available and part of that range is a number of very small online slots and table games. We’re not entirely sure what these are useful for especially because they are not designed for mobile devices but perhaps they are handy if you play at work and want to keep that activity as quiet as possible. This particular game is Mini Roulette and it’s a scaled down version of the ever-popular casino pastime.
Mini Roulette is certainly small and when you load it up you will be faced with a tiny version of the usual betting table. This makes it clear that there are only 13 numbers on which to place straight bets, 0 – 12. The wheel itself is just out of sight to begin with so you just have to envisage it having limited numbers.
The chips you can see on on the right hand side range from £1.00 – £10.00 in size and there’s a maximum wager of £500.00 per spin.
The scaled down table means that betting options are limited with the following bets available:
- Straight Bets: bets on single numbers.
- Bets On Columns: groups of four numbers using the ‘2to1’ area at the end.
- Bets On Two Rows: groups of six numbers using the ‘1-6’, ‘4-9’ and ‘7-12’ areas at the side.
- Even/Odd & Black/Red Bets using the areas at the bottom of the table.
- Spilt Bets: groups of two or four numbers made by placing the chip on the dividing lines.
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Once you’ve placed your bets just press the ‘Spin’ button, the table will float into view and you can watch the ball settle into the segment.
Collect your winnings (or not), then bet again. You can use the ‘Rebet’ button if you’d like to use the same bet once more.
If you want a really small version of this then give this game a go; it’s got most things you need in a tiny package. The RTP of 96.15% is slightly less than you would get by playing in a casino and it’s also less than you would get by playing Net Entertainment’s French Roulette.