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How to Play Roulette with Evolution

How to Play Roulette with Evolution

Hollywoodbets is thrilled to introduce four brand new Roulette games which are now available across both our website and mobisite! Here we’ll take a look at how each of these new live roulette games work and the different bet types involved below: 



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Lightning Roulette Overview

Lightning Roulette is an exciting game which places an interesting spin on the more traditional-style roulette games. Each game round will see lightning strike up to five numbers, enabling a multiplier bonus from 50x up to 500x. All of the traditional Inside, Outside and Neighbour bets are available on this game. The wheel includes the numbers 1 through 36 as well as a single 0.

Table Limits 

A minimum bet of R2 and a maximum bet of R20 000 apply to Lightning Roulette.
Grand Roulette and Malta Roulette

Normal Roulette

No frills, no fuss! We have a number of Roulette games follow the more traditional game format that players would have become familiar with in land-based institutions. Here you can bet on Inside, Outside and Neighbour bets. The wheel is made of 37 segments including 1 through 36 as well as a green 0 segment.

Table Limits:

These differ from game to game. On the low end, you can bet for as little as R1 on Auto-Roulette and for as much as R100 000 on Salon Prive Roulette.

Double Ball Roulette Overview 

Like traditional roulette, but with two balls. Here, two balls are released into the wheel. They both travel in the same direction and at the same speed, with one ball always trailing the other. The balls are released shortly after the allotted time for betting expires. These balls can land in the same or in different segments of the wheel. The traditional wheel is used for this game which contains number 1 through 36 as well as an additional green 0 segment.

Table Limits:

A minimum bet of R2 and a maximum bet of R10 000 apply to the Double Ball Roulette Table.

Roulette Bet Types

There are three different bet types available which are split into several sub-categories. Let’s take a look at these below:

Inside Bets

Inside bets are made on the numbered squares or on the lines between them.

Prices in purple refer to Double Ball Roulette.

Straight up (35/1) (17/1)
Place your chip on any single number including zero. Here the ball will need to come to a rest in the pocket you've selected.

Split bet (17/1) (8/1)
Place your chip on either the vertical or horizontal line between any two numbers. Here the ball will need to come to a rest in any of these two numbers in order for you to win.

Street bet (11/1) (5/1)
Place a chip at the bottom end of any rows of numbers. This bet covers three numbers and works in a vertical line.

Corner bet (8/1) (7/2)
Here you place a chip at any central intersection where four numbers meet. This bet covers all four numbers attached to the intersection.

Line bet (5/1) (2/1)
Similar to a Street Bet, place your chip at the bottom of two rows on top of the intersection line. This covers six numbers.

Outside Bets

Outside bets in roulette are made on the special areas to the side and below the main grid that houses the inside bets. 


Column bet (2/1) (8/1)
This bet covers all 12 numbers in one of the three horizontal rows. Place your chip in one of the boxes labelled “2to1” to play this bet. The zero is not covered here.

Dozen bet (2/1) (8/1)
Put your chip on one of the boxes labelled 1st 12, 2nd 12 or 3rd 12. This covers the 12 numbers found in the four vertical rows above each box. The zero is not covered here.

Red/Black (1/1) (1/1)
Place your chip in either the red or black box – your choice will cover either all 18 red or all 18 black numbers. The zero is not covered here.

Even/Odd (1/1)
Place your chip in the odd or even box. Each one covers either the 18 even numbers or the 18 odd numbers. The zero is not covered here.

1-18/19-36 (1/1)
Place your chip in either of these two boxes to cover either the first or second 18 numbers on the board.

Doube Ball Only

Both balls in red (3/1)
Here both balls need to land in a red pocket in order for the bet to be winning. The zero is not covered in this bet.

Both balls in black (3/1):
Here both balls need to land in a black pocket in order for the bet to be winning. The zero is not covered in this bet.

Both balls even (3/1)
Here both balls need to land in an even-numbered pocket for the bet to be winning. The zero is not covered in this bet.

Both balls odd (3/1)
Here both balls need to land in an odd-numbered pocket fo the bet to be winning. The zero is not covered in this bet. The zero is not covered in this bet.

1-18 (3/1)
Here each ball must land in pockets 1 through 18 for the bet to be winning. The zero is not covered in this bet.

19-36 (3/1)
Here each ball must land in pockets 19 through 36 for the bet to be winning. The zero is not covered in this bet.

Two balls on any number (35/1):
Place your chip in the betting area on the bottom left below the green zero segment. Both balls must land in the same pocket to win.

Two balls on selected number (1300/1): 
Use the oval-shaped betting area on the bottom left. Select a number, in order to win both balls need to land on the selected number.

Neighbour Bets

Neighbour bets cover one number as well as several other numbers that can be found in close proximity to it within the Roulette wheel. These bets take place on the oval-shaped “race track” that appears on the bottom right of the screen. This “race track” is split into four different bets: “Tier”, “Orphelins”, “Voisins” and “Zero”. We’ll take a look at these bets below:

Tiers du Cylindre:
This covers a total of 12 numbers with six chips placed across the betting area as illustrated below:

One on the 5/8 split
One on the 10/11 split
One on the 13/16 Split
One on the 23/24 split
One on the 27/30 split
One on the 33/36 split

Orphelins a Cheval:
This covers a total of 8 numbers with five chips placed across the betting area as illustrated below:

One chip on the 1 (straight up)
One chip on the 6/9 split
One chip on the 14/17 split
One chip on the 17/20 split
One chips on the 31/34 split

Voisins du Zero
This bet covers a total of 17 numbers with nine chips placed across the betting area as illustrated below:

Two chips on the 0/2/3 street
One chips on the 4/7 split
One chip on the 12/15 split
One chip on the 18/21 split
One chip on the 19/22 split
Two chips on the 25/26/28/29 corner
One chip on the 32/35 split

Jeu Zero
This bet covers a total of 6 numbers with four chips being placed across the betting area as illustrated below:

One chip on the 0/3 split
One chip on the 12/15 split
One chip on the 26 (straight up)
One chip on the 32/35 split

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