Turbo Roulette, which was released in September 2016, is among the five roulette games developed by Gluck Games; the others are European Roulette darkmode (September 2019), European Roulette (March 2016), American Roulette (July 2016), and 10p Roulette (June 2018).
The European roulette is the basis of Turbo Roulette whose title “Turbo” refers to its naturally fast spins.
Turbo Roulette Game Characteristics
Turbo Roulette has black fringes on either side of its white-lined roulette table that is fitted with 37 values, including one zero; and is set on a burgundy background. There is a light green “0” and, specifically, pink cells instead of the usual red cells on the roulette table above the six control buttons lined at bottom left and bottom right.
Turbo Roulette has five tiny casino chips, at bottom center, namely: cyan-and-teal $1, brown-and-orange $5, yellow-and-brown $10, lime-and-brown $25, and blue-and-purple $50. After choosing a chip, which appears zoomed in, tap a bet spot from a choice of five inside bets and five outside bets. Turbo Roulette lacks a racetrack’s call bets and any other special bets.
Turbo Roulette’s table bet: straight up bet for values 0-36; split bet; street bet, including on 0/1/2 and 0/2/3 options; corner bet, including the 0/1/2/3 option; six-line bet; three column bets (topmost 3-36 column, second 2-35 column, or third 1-34 column); dozen bets (1-12 dozen, 13-24 dozen, or 25-36 dozen); color bet (pink numbers, or black numbers); parity bet (even numbers, or odd numbers); and low or high bet (1-18 numbers, or 19-36 numbers).
The Turbo Roulette players should stake one chip, which is equivalent to the $1.00 minimum bet limit for all bet options. Despite the lowly chips, Turbo Roulette has highly bet limits, although some versions have lowly equivalents.
For example, a specific Turbo Roulette version’s maximum bet limits: $1630.00 for straight up; $3260.00 for split; $4890.00 for street; $6520.00 for corner; $9780.00 for six-line; $19560.00 for dozen or column; and $29340.00 for even/odd, pink/black, or low 1-18/high 19-36. Its maximum table limit is $358600.00.
Turbo Roulette has yet another version whose comparatively lowly maximum bet limits are: $180.00 for straight up; $360.00 for split; $540.00 for street; $720.00 for corner; $1080.00 for six-line; $2160.00 for dozen or column; and $3240.00 for even/odd, pink/black, or low 1-18/high 19-36. Its maximum table limit is $39600.00.
A round prompts the Turbo Roulette’s winning value to immediately pop up in a brown roulette wheel atop a big screen grab, offering: 35:1 for straight up; 17:1 for split; 11:1 for street; 8:1 for corner pays 8:1; 5:1 for six-line; 2:1 for column, or dozen; and 1:1 for pink/black, even/odd, or 1-18/19-36. Turbo Roulette’s non-progressive jackpot (1630X36) is $58680.00.
The Turbo Roulette software: html5 game; undo, cancel bets, X2 bets; desktop and mobile (landscape only) versions; and on/off music (noisy lounge music) and both chinking and retro sound effects. There are 30, 50 or 100 auto spins stoppable if: the cash decreases under $5197.50, $15592.50, or $20790.00; or, if a single win is $10.00, $25.00, $50.00, $100.00, $250.00 or $500.00. The animated 3D graphics include a glimpse of a spinning roulette wheel and glinting chip.
Luck in Turbo Roulette
A game of luck, Turbo Roulette’s RTP rate is 97.3%, whereas its house edge is 2.7%.PlayRoulette.org » Games »