Keen to switch up your roulette gameplay? Why not add more roulette wheels into the mix? That’s what’s on offer at our multi-wheel roulette tables. Conceived by some of the leading iGaming software studios, this concept is taking online casinos by storm. What is multi-wheel roulette? The concept of multi-wheel roulette is self-explanatory – a…
Keen to switch up your roulette gameplay? Why not add more roulette wheels into the mix? That’s what’s on offer at our multi-wheel roulette tables. Conceived by some of the leading iGaming software studios, this concept is taking online casinos by storm.
What is multi-wheel roulette?
The concept of multi-wheel roulette is self-explanatory – a game of roulette played with more than one roulette wheel. It requires you to place bets on each wheel, with the option to place the same bet across some or all the active wheels in play.
For instance, you may decide to place the same ‘Black’ bet across all active wheels, with the chance to try to land more black numbers than red numbers and turn a profit. Alternatively, you can place different bets across all active wheels to broaden your risk exposure, the choice is yours.
Why is the multi-wheel roulette so popular?
Multi-wheel roulette is a step-change from traditional roulette games as it condenses multiple spins into a single round of betting. If you’re a time-poor casual player, you can place more wagers in a short space of time, while spreading your risk across multiple roulette wheels.
How does it differ from classic roulette?
There are several similarities when it comes to classic roulette and multi-wheel roulette at The Clubhouse Casino. First, multi-wheel roulette is played using a single-zero wheel, so it’s just like playing multiple games of European roulette simultaneously.
The main differentiator between classic roulette and multi-wheel roulette is that, naturally, you get results faster with multi-wheel roulette.
That’s because you’re committing multiple stakes to the game, with the outcome of each bet occurring simultaneously. Instead of betting on one wheel at a time, you spread your bets across a longer period. As a result, multi-wheel roulette is the best option for time-poor recreational players looking to play a set number of spins as quickly as possible.
How does multi-wheel roulette differ from other roulette variations?
Multi-wheel roulette differs from other popular roulette variants like Lightning roulette as the game is played across multiple wheels simultaneously. That’s unlike Lightning roulette, which stays true to the original single-wheel version, despite switching up the game mechanics with up to five random numbers ‘struck’ by lightning, which amplifies their potential win multipliers.
How to play multi-wheel roulette?
The aim of the game in multi-wheel roulette is the same as classic roulette – guess where the ball will land next on each wheel. You can place different bets on different wheels, and the same bet types across all wheels.
Depending on your chosen multi-wheel roulette game, you’ll either have eight or six wheels to play with. Let’s say you choose the latter, and you wager €5 on ‘Black’ across each wheel.
That’s a total commitment of €30 (6x €5). If all winning numbers are black, you will be paid 1:1, with €60 returned, inclusive of your initial stake.
There are two autoplay modes available with multi-wheel roulette. The ‘simple’ mode allows you to select the number of spins you wish to play for. The ‘advanced’ mode allows you to define a stop loss or profit limit when the autoplay ends.
Types of bets for multi-wheel roulette
As with classic roulette, you have the same bet types to consider – inside bets and outside bets. Inside bets include straight-up bets on individual numbers, as well as clusters of two, three, four or six numbers at a time.
Outside bets cover columns of 12 numbers as well as even-money wagers on odd or even, red or block or 1-18/19-36.
What are the odds for multi-wheel roulette?
As the wheels of multi-wheel roulette are the same as European Roulette, each wheel you play carries a house edge of 2.70% per spin. Of course, if you play six or eight wheels at the same time, you’re giving up that margin six or eightfold with each game.
Are the odds more favourable in a multi-wheel roulette?
Given that multi-wheel roulette games are played on European Roulette wheels, the odds are no more competitive than in conventional roulette games.
It’s still one of the most engaging table games and perfect for recreational bettors looking for short, sharp, high-octane roulette sessions on desktop or mobile devices.