- Game Overview
- Game Rules
- Overall Conclusion
A detailed review and guide to 3D Roulette online
This version of European roulette adds an excellent 3D animation each time the ball in spun. A great choice for those who are starting to find the visuals of standard virtual roulette a bit dull!
How to play 3D Roulette
The rules for this game are the same as that of European roulette. The idea is to place a bet on a number/numbers where the ball will end up after being spun around the roulette wheel. This can be achieved by selecting from the chips the amount you would like to place, and clicking on the appropriate area of the roulette table. As usual, you can make any standard bet on the table (see the roulette rules page for more information) plus the racetrack bets.
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The racetrack is there to enable the player to place special bets. You can place the following bets:
Neighbour Bets – By clicking and betting on one of the numbers on the racetrack, the two numbers on each side of that number will also be included in the bet.
Tiers du Cylindre – Meaning thirds of the wheel, this places a bet on a third of the numbers of the wheel, from 33 to 27. 1 chip on 5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, 33/36.
Voisins du Zero – The ‘neighbours of zero’ places a bet on the 17 numbers surrounding (and including) 0. 1 chip on 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22, 32/35 and 2 chips on 0/2/3, 25/26/28/29.
Les Orphelins – Places a bet on the numbers not covered by Tiers du Cylindre and Voisins du Zero. 1 straight bet on 1, split bets on 6/9, 14/17, 17/20, 31/34.
If you want to increase your bet, you can continue to click on the table or select another chip. To decrease a bet, shift click on that bet and the amount equal to your selected chip will be removed. You also have the option to clear your bets (removes all chips on the board), undo your bet (removes the most recent chip) and redo your last bet.
Once you’re happy with your bets, click ‘Spin’ and watch the ball go! The 3D animation will now kick in, and if you’re successful, your winnings will be left on the table and you can play another round. If you want your winnings to be returned each round, you can change this option in the game settings.
3D roulette is meant to be a more visually appealing version of the game, and I believe it is. It’s great to have some variety in roulette, and the incredible graphics will certainly attract many players. So if you’re looking to vary up your game a little bit, and enjoy some great animations, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!