|Game:||Odd One In||Paylines:||n/a|
|Manufacturer:||1×2 Gaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.10 – £200.00|
|Bonus Features:||n/a||Free Spins:||n/a|
|RTP:||97.70%||Game Type:||Table Game|
Have you ever thought to yourself that what you’d really like to play is some sort of cross between roulette and cards? Of course you have and now your bizarre wishes have come true in the shape of Odd One In. This slightly strange creation is from 1×2 Gaming – it’s a fairly simple concept but also oddly compelling.
When you first load up Odd One In you will be presented with the layout shown in the screenshot above. The table area is taken up almost entirely by the betting options which are clearly presented. The aim of the game is to bet on the total of two cards drawn, it’s as simple as that. As the name of the game suggests, the betting options are all based on odd numbers – no even number options are available.
- The top row of betting comprises betting on small/big numbers, any odd number and numbers combined with suits.
- The middle row comprises doubles – 3 & 5, 5 & 7, etc.
- The bottom row is for the bravest gamblers and offers options for betting on single numbers; the highest payout is here – 75/1 for the number ‘3’.
How To Play Odd One In
The first thing to do is select your bet level from the chips at the bottom of the screen – there’s a betting range of £0.10 to £200.00. Now all you have to do is make your selections based on skill, luck on some other random reason. Once that’s done two cards will be drawn and turned over, revealing the total.
If that total matches any of your bets then you’re a winner – it’s as simple as that. You can now choose a new bet or a rebet using the buttons below the table.
This is definitely a simple game with no learning curve whatsoever. It’s probably not as engaging as roulette but it’s worth a go if you’re looking for something different. There’s a decent RTP of 97.70% if you play the correct strategy.