This game is called “3D roulette” because it has completely different graphics to all our other games in an attempt to give a 3D feel. If you compare it to the other games we have, you will notice a huge difference and this is the only game we have that has these graphics. It follows normal European rules and comes complete with a Racetrack and Call bets. More information can be found below.
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While this game looks different to all our others, you can change the settings in the same way. If you don’t want to watch the ball spin round on every spin, you can turn the animation off in the top right hand corner by clicking on “options” and then you enable “fast play” under “game settings”.
Call Bets and Racetrack
This is one of only two Playtech games on this website that has a Racetrack (the other being Premium European Roulette). If you’re unsure on what the Racetrack is or the bets that can be found inside it, you can read more on our list of roulette bets.
The only bet type that’s missing from the Racetrack are the “Final bets” but in their place you have Red and Black splits which are exclusive to this game, here’s how they work:
Black Splits – Places a one chip bet each of the Black splits on the board which is 7 in total: 8-11, 11-10, 10-13, 17-20, 26-29, 29-28 and 28-31, so a £7 bet in total if your selected betting chip is £1.
Red Splits – Places a one chip bet on each of the Red splits on the board which is 4 in total: 9-12, 16-19, 18-21 and 27-30.
Change The Visual Effects
Something else that’s unique is the option to change the visual effects by clicking on “visual” in the bottom left hand corner. In total, you have 5 different aspects of the game that you can change such as centre lines and numbers shading. These changes are trivial and make no difference to the actual game play but there’s no harm in playing around with the settings and finding the look that you like most.