Spin and Win

Roulette, or Spin & Win, is a classic casino game. We offer two types of roulette - European and American. We also offer Live Roulette. Betting principles are essentially the same in all types of Spin & Win with American roulette notably having a double zero (00) and no French bets.

There are three types of betting screens we offer for players and organisations - Classic, Modern and Habanero. Only one type of betting screen can be active at a time.

As we offer two different kinds of Spin & Win - European and American - there are two different setups of this game in cashier application. American roulette features a double zero (00). As a result, french selections are not available for this type of Spin & Win.

Bet type Betting market Description
Single Single number Player picks any of the numbers from Roulette's board. This can be a single number from range of 0 to 36 inclusively.
Thirds Columns Player bets on a group of numbers in columns - 1 to 12, 13 to 24 and 25 to 36.
Rows Player bets on a group of numbers in rows. Row 1 - 1-4-7-10-13-16-19-22-25-28-31-34; Row 2 - 2-5-8-11-14-17-20-23-26-29-32-35, Row 3 - 3-6-9-12-15-18-21-24-27-30-33-36.
Halves High or Low Player bets on a group of numbers going from 1 to 18 or 19 to 36.
Odd or Even Player bets on all numbers that are even (except 0) or odd.
Red or Black Player bets on all numbers that are colored black or red on the Roulette wheel.

Note: All Thirds and Halves bets exclude Zero and/or Double Zero.

French bets are only applicable to European and Live Roulette. These bets originate from the original casino Roulette where certain numbers on the Roulette were grouped. This is not applicable for American Roulette, simply because American Roulette Board has a different number setup. If needed, organisations can disable the French bets.

Voisins du Zero, translating as zero's neighbors, include all 17 wheel numbers between 22 and 25. Jeu Zero is a mini version of Voisins Du Zero covering the 2 numbers to the zero’s right (when looking at the wheel) and the 4 numbers to the zero’s left. Tiers du Cylindre, translating as a third of the circle, covers all numbers, put on the wheel between 27 and 33. Orphelins, or orphans, are the numbers that are left on the wheel that do not belong to Voisins and Tiers, i.e. this bet covers two slices of the wheel with 8 numbers in total: 17, 34, 6 and 1, 20, 14, 31, and 9.

There is an additional option for organisations to include a 'La Partage' option for Spin & Win. ‘La Partage’ rule is in play only for even money bets. These bets are the high-low, even-odd, or red-black wagers all of which pay off at even money. When the ‘La Partage’ rule is in effect, when the wheel spin comes up with a ‘zero’, half the money of the bet is returned to the player.

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