High Stakes Roulette
|Classic or French betting|
High Stakes Roulette How to Play
Welcome to High Stakes Roulette Splendide – the best online Roulette game in the world.
The Appeal of Roulette
Although Roulette is a game of chance, it’s incredible popularity lies in players’ ability to control the level of risk and reward. You can predict a specific number for a large payout, or you could bet on several numbers for a greater chance of winning.
As time’s gone by, more and more complex strategies have evolved and High Stakes Roulette Splendide reflects this.
You can place a bet where you lay your money on black or red, odd or even, high or low, or you could bet on a section of the wheel, or a row or column on the Layout.
You could make a Neighbouring Bet where you bet on the numbers closest to zero or you could play with French Bets which allow you to wager on larger wheel sections with one click.
The choices are almost limitless, and each has their own unique odds.
So welcome to High Stakes Roulette Splendide where the latest 3D Graphics and crystal clear ambient sound have come together to create a Roulette Experience like no other.
HOW TO PLAY
High Stakes Roulette Splendide is designed to be as elegant to use as it is to look at, so you should find that you can quickly and easily control your involvement in the game.
For any help, please follow these simple instructions.
To place a bet simply select a chip from the tray and the bottom of the page and then click on the area in the Layout where you would like to place your bet. Each click on the Layout adds one chip to the bet.
To increase your bets more or less substantially, simply select another chip size from the tray.
The undo button will remove chips placed on the table one by one.
To remove a bet in your chosen chip size, simply hold down the Space Bar while clicking on a chip.
The Clear Bets button will clear all the bets currently placed on the table.
The Repeat Bets button will repeat the bets you made on the previous spin.
Click Spin to set the wheel in motion and start your current wager.
The management of your payout and wagering will be taken care of automatically.
YOUR BETTING OPTIONSThe Table Layout is designed to be as self-explanatory as possible, though it might seem confusing at first. This simple guide should help you read the Layout, and give you a better understanding of the odds of your chosen wager.
Betting in Roulette comes in two forms, Inside Bets and Outside Bets. Inside Bets traditionally pay out better while Outside Bets are more likely to come up.
“Inside” bets are bets placed using the central area of the table:
Single Number Bet ‘Straight Up Bet’ (Pays 35 to 1)
You can bet on any number, including 0, by placing the chip on the centre of a number. The bet limit on a single number is £100
Split Bet (Pays 17 to 1)
You can bet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line that divides the two numbers.
Trio Bet ‘Street Bet’ (Pays 11 to 1)
You can bet on three numbers by placing a chip on the inner left boundary line of the Roulette table that is next to the corresponding row of three numbers.
Corner Bet (Pays 8 to 1)
You can bet on four numbers by placing chips at the corner where the four numbers meet.
Four Bet (Pays 8 to 1)
You can bet on the numbers 0, 1, 2, and 3 by placing your chip on the inner left boundary line between 0 and 1.
Line Bet (Pays 5 to 1)
You can bet on two street bets (i.e., the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers), by placing your chip on the inner left boundary line where the line dividing the two rows intersects it.
“Outside” bets are bets placed using the outside area of the main play area:
Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High Bets (Pays 1 to 1)
You can place a bet in one of the boxes on the left, long side of the table that covers half of the Roulette table numbers (excluding the 0). Each box covers 18 numbers. You win even money (1 to 1) on all of these bets; If the ball falls into the zero slot you lose half your wager on even money outside bets (this is known as the “La Partage” rule) – half your stake is returned. (The “En Prison” rule is not applied).
Column Bet (Pays 2 to 1)
There are three boxes labelled "2 to 1" at the bottom of a column of numbers. You can place bets for all of these numbers by placing your chip in one of these boxes. If any of the numbers in your column is hit you get paid 2:1; 0 is a losing number.
Dozen Bet (Pays 2 to 1)
You can bet on a group of twelve numbers by placing your chip in one of the three boxes marked "1st 12," "2nd 12," or "3rd 12." If one of your 12 numbers is hit, you are paid 2:1; 0 is a losing number.
Racetrack bets are bets placed using the oval “racetrack” area of the table:
Neighbour bets allow you to place wagers on any five contiguous numbers on the wheel. Move the cursor over a number on the racecourse bet grid to highlight that number as well it's two neighbours to the left and the its two neighbours to the right. This highlighting will occur both on the racecourse as well as on the corresponding numbers on the Number Board. If you click on a number on the racecourse, you will place a wager of the selected chip value on each of the corresponding five numbers. These wagers will be placed on the Number Board, not on the racecourse.
For example, if the £10 chip is selected and you click the 0 spot on the racecourse this will place five separate wagers on the Number Board: 1 credit each on 0 and of its two left neighbours (26 and 3) and its two right neighbours (32 and 15).
French Bets place wagers across an established section of the wheel. Move the cursor over a French Bet area within the racecourse to see all of the numbers associated with that bet. This highlighting will occur both on the racecourse as well as on the corresponding numbers on the Number Board. If you click a French Bet within the racecourse, you will place a wager of the selected chip value on each of the corresponding set of numbers. These wagers will be placed on the Number Board, not on the racecourse.
This is a shortened version of "Voisins du Zero", which stands for "neighbours of zero". This section, at the left side of the racecourse interior, covers all of the contiguous numbers on the wheel from 22 to 25 inclusive. This is done using 9 wagers of the selected chip size:
2 wagers covering 0, 2, and 3
1 wager covering 4 and 7
1 wager covering 12 and 15
1 wager covering 18 and 21
1 wager covering 19 and 22
2 wagers covering 25, 26, 28, and 29
1 wager covering 32 and 35
This is a shortened version of "Tiers du Cylindre", which stands for "third of the wheel". This section, at the right side of the racecourse interior, covers all of the contiguous numbers on the wheel from 27 to 33 inclusive using 6 wagers of the selected chip size:
| 1 wager covering 5 and 8 |
1 wager covering 10 and 11
1 wager covering 13 and 16
|1 wager covering 23 and 24 |
1 wager covering 27 and 30
1 wager covering 33 and 36
Also known as the Orphans, this section covers those sectors of the wheel not covered by Voisins or Tiers. Located in the centre of the racecourse, this covers two sections: 17 to 6 inclusive and 1 to 9 inclusive using 5 wagers of the selected chip size:
| 1 wager covering 1 |
1 wager covering 6 and 9
1 wager covering 14 and 17
|1 wager covering 17 and 20 |
1 wager covering 31 and 34
The overall table limit is £4,000
Split bet (two numbers)
Row bet (three numbers)
Corner bet (four numbers)
2 to 1 (twelve numbers)
1st 12, 2nd 12, and 3rd 12
Red, Black, Odd, Even, 1-18, and 19-36
High Stakes Roulette Tips
Know your bets and the odds
High Stakes Roulette is exactly the same game as Roulette Splendide, with the difference of being able to place higher bets - so it should suit all you high rollers out there. High Stake Roulette not only offers you all the standard roulette bets but also the racetrack bet options which open up a new avenue of bet options, check out all the options in our table to the right.
There are countless betting strategies for Roulette, probably the most popular of which involves doubling your bets when you lose. None of them are fool proof however and you should not read too much into them. One point that is worth remembering with this game is that you'll be refunded half your outside bet stake if '0' is returned on the wheel.
Spreading your Bets
If you are new to the game it's probably best to start with some nice easy outside bets (red/black or even/odd) and as you get the hang of it you could also place some smaller ones on whatever you feel is lucky within the board. This should give you relatively consistent wins as well as the excitement of seeing your inside numbers come in once in a while. This is a great way to make sure that you get more fun for your money.