Fair Roulette is a WorldMatch-owned table game, like the relatable offshoots Fair Roulette Privee (August 2017) and Fair Roulette Pro (July 2018) The developer’s other roulette games: W Ruleta Privee (February 2020), W Ruleta Pro (January 2020), W Ruleta (June 2018), French Roulette Privee (July 2018), French Roulette Pro (January 2020), French Roulette (January 2019), American Roulette (May 2018), American Roulette Privee (September 2017), and American Roulette Pro (December 2017).
Fair Roulette Game Characteristics
Modeled on the European roulette; Fair Roulette starts with “play audio?”, and the “” or “X” cues. Set atop a floral blue-and-black carpet, both the green roulette table and wheel have gray-and-golden frames. Desktop versions have a racetrack at top right, while the mobile versions have four “P” icons.
Fair Roulette’s five casino chips: “X”, $0.10, $0.20, $0.50 and $2.00. Bet placement: press a chip then single tap (desktop) or double tap (mobile) the bet spot. The “X” chip and “clear bets” (desktop) or “X” (mobile) icons undo the placed bets.
These are the seventeen bets in Fair Roulette’s table: straight up, split, street, square, six line, 1st 12, 2nd 12, 3rd 12, first column, second column, third column, black/red, even/odd, and 1 to 18/19 to 36 bets. These are Fair Roulette’s neighbor bets: series 5/8, orph, serie 0/2/3, and zero.
The mobile version’s racetrack is represented by the P1, P2, P3 and P4 icons above the table. The neighbor bets: “P1” is series 5/8; “P2” is orphelins; “P3” is serie 0/2/3; and “P4” is zero. Fair Roulette has a set of fifteen special bets, accessed via the “+” at bottom right: red splits at X4 the chip; black splits at X6 the chip; full orphans at X8 the chip; final 0, final 1, final 2, final 3, final 4, final 5, and final 6 at X4 the chip; final 7, final 8, and final 9 at X3 the chip; third section of wheel at X6 the chip; and snake bet at X12 the chip.
Bet limits: straight up, split, street, square, and six line bets require $0.10 minimum and $2.00 maximum bets; column, dozen, 1 to 18/19 to 36, even/odd, and red/black bets require $2.00 minimum and $4.00 maximum bets.
Fair Roulette’s table limits: $0.10 and $70.00 maximum and minimum bets. The spacebar or “>”starts a round, yielding these Fair Roulette payouts.
Straight up pays 35:1. Split bet pays 17:1. Street bet pays 11:1. Square bet pays 8:1. Six line bet pays 5:1. Column bet, or dozen bet pays 2:1. Black/red bet, or even/odd bet, or 1 to 18/19 to 36 bets pay 1:1. Maximum single win: X36, or $72.00.
A HTML5 game, Fair Roulette has advanced features: “full screen” (bottom right); hot and cold numbers; addable user bets; re-bet; history; French textual cues; on/off French lounge “m” music and “v” volume; repeatedly clicking “autoplay” shows off, 5, 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500 and 1000 rounds, stoppable after a specified cash increase/decrease or win.
Sound effects: chinking, rattling, French audio cues, English dealer, and creaking. Animated 3D graphics: hopping chips; ball rotating and zipping in and out of pockets in the wheel spinning clockwise or counterclockwise.
Luck in Fair Roulette
Fair Roulette is a game of luck. RTP rate: 97.30%. House edge: 2.70%.PlayRoulette.org » Games » Fair Roulette WorldMatch