Games developer Gluck Games released 10c Roulette on November 21, 2018. Also called 10p Roulette, it is among the eight table games in the developer’s portfolio that also includes variants titled Turbo Roulette, European Roulette, European Roulette—Dark Mode, and American Roulette.
Suitable for low rollers; the European roulette-based 10c Roulette is named after its lowest $0.10 bet whose equivalent is either 10 “p” pence or 10 “c” cent.
10c Roulette Game Characteristics
The loaded 10c Roulette’s interface has a “bets please” prompt, compelling players to bet on these roulette table’s twelve bet options: straight, split, three line, corner, six line, column, dozen, colors, even/odd, and 1-18/19-36.
These are the 10c Roulette bet sizes: $0.10, $0.25, $0.50, $1.00, and $5.00. A player swipes the chips, situated at bottom center, until the preferred value shows up. To place the chip, the player then clicks the preferred spot or spots on the roulette table. All 10c Roulette’s bets require at least one chip ($0.10 minimum bet).
The 10c Roulette bets have these maximum bets: straight ($20.00 maximum bet), split ($40.00 maximum bet), street ($60.00 maximum bet), corner ($80.00 maximum bet), line ($120.00 maximum bet), column ($240.00 maximum bet), dozen ($240.00 maximum bet), and odd/even ($360.00 maximum bet). However, the table limit is $4400.00 maximum bet. The round’s total bet is showed beneath the chips.
After betting, players press the spinning arrows at bottom right, prompting a pop-up window wherein a roulette ball starts spinning on the metal-embedded and brown-framed roulette wheel. The outcome—it pops up to the left of the roulette wheel—appears as a number between either “high” or “low”, or “odd” or “even”. A blue-and-white chip that pops up atop the casino chips displays the wins, which are also displayed beneath the “X2” icon. The numbers drawn in the previous five rounds are showed at top right.
10c Roulette offers these payouts: straight pays 35:1; split pays 17:1; street pays 1:1; corner pays 8:1; six line pays 5:1; column, or dozen pays 2:1; colors, or odd/even, or 1-18/19-36 pays 1:1. The maximum win of 10c Roulette is $40000.00.
The 10c Roulette software: supports desktops and the landscape mode of mobile devices; has on/off full screen mode icon at top right; bets-clearing “X”, bet-undoing arrow, and bets-doubling “X2” icons. The game, which has a medium volatility, is available in ten languages namely: English, German, Slovak, French, Czech, Portuguese, Swedish, Italian, Danish, Polish, Russian, Hungarian, and Norwegian.
The autoplay icon at bottom right lets players choose 30, 50 or 100 batches of automated rounds that can be set to stop if the: cash decreases below the preset amounts, or if the single win is $10.00, $25.00, $50.00, $100.00, $250.00, or $500.00. It lacks ambient music, although there are on/off chinking and ringing sound effects.
Luck in 10c Roulette
10c Roulette uses a random number generator, thus a game of luck. The average win rate is one in five rounds. The RTP rate is 97.3%, while the house edge is 2.7%.PlayRoulette.org » Games »