How to Place a Bet in iPod Roulette
The mobile roulette wheel is divided into 37 slots. These slots are marked from 0 through 36. The 0 pocket is green and all the other numbers are divided, half of them are red, and half of them are black. The player first places a bet or bets on the number or numbers he thinks the ball will land on. The player may choose to either place a single bet this is known as a straight up, or, he may choose to place a bet on a group of numbers.
The smaller amount of bets placed will result in a larger final win. For example, if a player places a bet on just one number and the ball lands on his bet, he will win 35 times the amount of his bet. The more numbers the player bets on, the easier it will be for him to win, however the smaller his payout will be.
When playing roulette for iPod, there are two different type of bets:
- An inside bet is a bet placed on a single number, or, a bet on a small group of two, three, four or six numbers. An inside bet is placed on the inside of the roulette table where the numbers are.
- An outside bet is a bet placed on a larger group of twelve or eighteen numbers. An outside bet is placed on the perimeter of the roulette table.
Winning at iPod Roulette
There are many types of roulette strategy and theories that are said to give you a sure chance at winning the wheel. It is very important to understand the different types of bets that there are and the implications these bets have. For example a high risk, single roulette number, will yield a very high return. A low risk bet, on the other hand will also return you a low payout.
It is important to know that roulette is really a game of chance. There are no patterns, trends or probabilities on where the ball will land, so it is important to have fun whilst placing your bets when playing iPod roulette at All Slots Casino.
Roulette has always been a long time favourite Casino Game. All Slots Casino offers this classic as one of their casino games for iPod at the iPod Touch Casino.
iPod roulette uses the standard European roulette wheel, the numbers on the wheel range from 0-36, as always the aim of the game is to bet correctly the number on the roulette wheel where the ball will stop.