Welcome back to one of the best bingo sites to be found on either side of the equator. While bingo might be our preferred scene, we still manage to keep a keen eye on all sorts of online casino games flying through the interweb, while we also sit up and take note of live dealer casino games. The latest one we caught wind of and decided to investigate further is Speed Roulette, and if you're wondering what the speed part means, then let us take you through everything you need to know about this live roulette version. Once out the other side, you'll have a better idea of whether this is the live dealer game for you.
Before diving straight into the ins-and-outs of Speed Roulette, let’s first give players new to casino games a quick explanation of what live dealer games are. When you consider that you play live dealer games at online casinos, the name of them is pretty self-explanatory. Instead of playing a table game like blackjack, poker, roulette etc., as the software developed game, you actually live stream into a live casino floor where a dealer is standing behind a table to conduct the game you're playing. In the casino of Speed Roulette, the dealer is standing behind a roulette wheel. Interestingly, you can actually converse with the dealer and other players live streaming in from their chosen devices. In a neat piece of innovative technology, all the prompts on your screen are digital and very responsive.
Let us first explain how to play Roulette, and we'll come to the 'speed' aspect a little later. When looking at the screen, you'll see that a roulette wheel has 36 pockets numbered 1 – 36, while there is a 37th pocket that is numbered 0 and is green. Of the 36 pockets, you'll see that half are black and the other half red. The objective of the game is that the wheel is spun by the dealer, a little ball is dropped in and will eventually settle in one of the 37 pockets. This means that when the ball lands, we can confirm the specific number, specific colour and whether it's either an odd or even number. You'll need to decide how much is to be staked, and then what bet you want to make depending on where you feel the ball will land.
Speed Roulette is different in that the wheel spins every 25 seconds. Therefore, once the wheel starts to spin, any wagers need to be in quick before the dealer calls for no more bets, the ball is dropped in, and the result is confirmed.
There aren’t any surprises in terms of bonus features. This version by Evolution Gaming will offer 50 extra rounds in an hour compared to what standard roulette usually provides.
If you're a busy person and have always enjoyed Roulette but have taken issue with how long it can take for rounds to complete, Speed Roulette will be just the game for you. We must say that there isn't really much time to take in the atmosphere of the live studio, but then again, this is a casino game for Roulette fans on a mission.