About 3D Roulette

Ash Gaming’s 3D Roulette is now under Playtech operation, and it is not hard to see what Playtech saw in this game. Even though it is a few years’ old now, this was the first true 3D roulette table game on the net. The roulette game is based on European Roulette, and so there is just one zero spot on the wheel. Aside from that, players can expect to find a run-of-the-mill roulette game, although one which looks sumptuously better than any of its counterparts. If nifty graphics are your thing and you favour a spot of roulette, look no further than 3D roulette.

Placing bets

The chip sizes in 3D Roulette vary from 10p up to £300, so you’ve got quite the wagering range with which to place your bets. Players will find that 3D Roulette allows all your typical roulette bets, so inside and outside bets are possible. A few French Roulette bets have also been included in this European Roulette game, so if you know what you’re doing, why not have a flutter on those?

Standard roulette rules apply in 3D Roulette, which means that if you land on the zero you will lose your money (unless you have specifically placed a bet on the zero), whilst naturally players need to land the ball in a favourable pocket in relation to their bet to win anything of substance – well, anything at all, for that matter.

Winnings

If you base the RTP (return to player) rate on traditional roulette games with similar features – the closest we could find in Net Entertainment’s French Roulette – then the theoretical RTP rate for Ash Gaming’s 3D Roulette should sit around the 97% mark, which isn’t bad at all for a roulette game. Wins range from 36:1 for landing a straight up bet, down to 1:1 for landing reds, blacks, odds and evens. Any player who has played roulette before will be well-versed in what they can win with this 3D roulette game, so there isn’t really a need to go into too much detail about the winnings.

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