10c Roulette

A cost-effective version of a casino centerpiece, 10c Roulette offers big prizes for small prices. Let's get the ball rolling!

    10c Roulette - How to Play

    With a modest entry price, 10c Roulette offers you the chance to win big on low stakes. Pick a number or color, or if you're feeling adventurous a group of numbers, like all evens. If the ball lands on your selection - congratulations, you won!


    Available bet sizes for 10c Roulette range from 10c to $1,000.


    10c Roulette boasts a Spread Betting feature, which offers you a choice of betting configurations.

    You can use these configurations to place smarter bets and cover more space on the board.


    Choose your chip value and drag it across the betting grid with the Drag Betting feature. This will save time when placing multiple bets.

    The Drag Betting feature allows you to place your chip value across number borders and simplifies placing bets across areas with wagers of more than two numbers.

    Bet Type
    Low/High, Red/Black/, Even/Odd1:1All boxes have 18 numbers, and pay out at 1:1. 0 is not included.
    Dozen2:1Place a bet on a group of 12 numbers by placing a chip in one of three boxes ('1st 12', '2nd 12', or '3rd 12'). 0 is not included.
    Column2:1Bet on a column of numbers by placing a chip in a box marked '2to1'. 0 is not included.
    Line5:1Place a chip on an inside boundary line where two rows join to make a bet on two streets (six different numbers in two rows of three numbers).
    Corner8:1Place a bet on four numbers by putting a chip in the corner where the numbers meet.
    Street11:1Place a bet on three numbers by putting a chip on the outside boundary line next to the corresponding row of three numbers.
    Split17:1Place a chip on the line that divides two numbers to bet on both.
    Straight Up35:1Bet on one number by placing a chip in the center of it.

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 97.30%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $97.30.