Roulette is a William Hill Vegas game based on the traditional European casino game of roulette.
There are several bets on offer including standard European roulette bets (like corner bets, straight bets and line bets) and "Neighbours Bets" that let players quickly place chips on chosen sections of the wheel.
Step 1: Getting Started
First you need to cash in to buy your chips for the game.
Choose your stake from the selection of chips at the bottom left of the screen.
To place your chip(s) on the table, click on the square(s) on the table containing the number(s) you wish to bet on. For example, to bet on the number 32, place a chip in the middle of the '32' square on the table.
A chip will be placed every time you click on any bet area.
You may place as many chips as you like on each bet area, provided that the combined total of all your potential winnings do not exceed the maximum payout. The maximum payout for any one single game is £36,000. (The minimum stake is 10p for a single bet).
To place a Split bet or Corner bet, ie. where a single bet is split between two or four numbers on the table, place your chip in the appropriate position, so that it is over the line or corner between the two or four numbers in question.
You may choose different stake amounts for each of your bets - just select a new chip value or place multiple chips on each bet area.
The total amount you have staked will be shown in the 'Total Stake' box at the bottom right of the screen.
If you press the 'Double Bet' button, the total stakes you have placed so far on all bets will be doubled.
Press 'Undo' to undo your last action - so if you have removed a chip from the table, 'Undo' will replace it, or if you have just pressed 'Double Bet' then 'Undo' will remove those chips you just added.
Alternatively, you can hold down the SHIFT key and click on a chip to remove it from the table.
If you change your mind and want to start again, press 'Clear All Bets' to remove all chips from the table.
Once you are happy with your bets, press 'Spin' to play the game. Once you have pressed 'Spin', you cannot cancel your bets.
Press the 'More Bets' tab to the top left of the table to place a Neighbours bets. This button will change to 'Close' when you press it - press it again to return to the main screen.
When you roll your mouse over any neighbours bet on the 'More Bets' screen, the corresponding numbers on the table will be highlighted. Click while the desired combination of numbers is displayed in order to place your bet.
See the table of available bets below for explanations of the bets offered on this section of the table.
When the ball stops and the result is known, a marker will indicate the winning number. All chips apart from the winning bet will be cleared from the table.
Types of bets available:
A bet on the number to be red
A bet on the number to be black
A bet on the number to be an odd number
A bet on the number to be an even number
A bet on the number to be low (1 through 18)
A bet on the number to be high (19 through 36)
A bet on the number to be within a group of twelve numbers. '1st 12' are numbers 1-12
A bet on the number to be within a group of twelve numbers. '2nd 12' are numbers 13-24
A bet on the number to be within a group of twelve numbers.'3rd 12'are the numbers 25-36
Column (2 to 1)
Place your chips on the right hand side of the bet board in one of the 3 boxes marked '2 to 1' to bet on the number to be one of the 12 numbers in that column
A bet on the number to be one of the individual numbers (from 0 to 36)
A bet split between two numbers next to each other on the table
Also known as a 'Row' bet. Betting on a row of 3 numbers (eg 1, 2, 3)
A line bet covers two street bets (the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers. For example: 1,2,3 + 4,5,6)
Corner bets cover four numbers next to each other on the table (the bet chip is placed in-between the four numbers)
Equivalent to placing 5 bets on a group of 5 numbers next to each other on the roulette wheel.
'Voisins' is short for 'Voisins du Zero' meaning 'Neighbours of Zero'. These are the numbers positioned between 22 and 25 on the wheel.
'Tiers' means one-third and is the name for the numbers which are positioned on the third of the wheel opposite zero, ie. between 27 and 33.
'Orphelins' means 'Orphans' and these numbers make up the two areas of the wheel that are not included in either Tiers or Voisins. They contain a total of eight numbers, comprising 17/34/6 and 1/20/14/31/9.
A bet on all possible splits containing only reds. 4 chips are staked, one each on: 9/12, 18/21, 27/30, 16/19.
A bet on all possible splits containing only blacks. 7 chips are staked, one each on: 8/11, 10/11, 10/13, 17/20, 26/29, 28/29 and 28/31.
Betting History: Select this from the Options menu to display details of the previous games in the current session, showing your bets placed and the outcomes.
Auto Bet: Select 'Auto Bet' to place 1,2,5, 10 or 25 bets automatically one after the other. Select your bets as normal then select the number of auto-bets to play before clicking the 'Spin' button. After showing the result of a bet any winnings will be collected and the next bet will automatically start (placing the same chips as before). This will continue until the specified number of bets has been completed or until you have insufficient credits remaining to place the next bet. You can stop the auto-bet from continuing onto the next bet by clicking the "Stop Auto-Bet" button.
Animation off: Select this from the Options menu - this is the same as switching on 'Turbo Mode'.
Mute: Select this from the Options menu (or use the Mute button on the main screen) to switch off all audio within the game.
Ambient Sound Off: Select this from the Options menu to switch off the casino background sounds but still hear sounds relating to the game itself.
Turbo Bet: Switch on 'Turbo Bet' before you press 'Spin' if you want the result to be displayed instantly.
The RTP is 97.3%
At maximum stake, the maximum return achievable per spin is £36,000 (or applicable currency calculation). The foregoing maximum return excludes stake. Any related bonus event return would be additional to the foregoing maximum return per spin.