12 number roulette

12 Number Roulette

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How to play 12 Number Roulette

12 Number Roulette is a simplified roulette game that only includes 13 numbers on its board (yep the zero makes the name of this game a little perplexing). We prefer to call it Mini Roulette, which unlike its bigger brother has better odds of winning and plays at a much faster pace.

How to play 12 Number Roulette

12 number roulette begins in much the same way as other roulette games from a playing perspective. This means bets are chosen from a chip stack and can be added to the board with a click of a mouse. After choosing your bets you can spin the wheel and if to matches your selection you will win an odds based payout.

Straight up bets (ones where you place just a single number wager) are still the highest paying, but on this reduced sized version pays 11:1. The complete rundown of prizes can be seen on the guide (located under menu). You can also find helpful info on this guide.

The game screen also includes hot/cold numbers, which basically shows the last drawn numbers. You can also find out all you could possibly need to know from the 'Menu' option in the top corner, but as always will learn more by practicing for free above.

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  • 4.0
    / 5
    I never thought I would see a mini-roulette wheel, but that's exactly what we have here. There is a single zero for the house, and the payouts are equitable to numbers 1 thru 12. Of course there are even-money bets red and black and so on. An interesting experience for the experienced roulette player with good chances to win. Players can have a good time with this alternative roulette game as it is an unique experience with some familiar twists!
  • cool game
  • 0.5
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    Once upon a time, a bright spark in the casino's upper divisions suggested to his boss 'how would you like a new type of roulette that makes 50-200 percent more for the house compared to regular european or american roulette, whilst still offering players the illusion they are getting better odds?'... Long story short, a short while later "mini roulette" was born, sometimes using 12 numbers as here, other times using letters instead, but the bottom line remains the same - this design is effectively identical to a regular TRIPLE ZERO roulette table, so whilst you might well hit your number more often, the odds you are paid dictate that over the longer term, your going to lose 3 times as much money compared to single zero european roulette. If thats not enough to put you off, you really shouldn't be gambling in the first place.

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