20p Roulette with 100 to 1 Chips

20p Roulette with 100 to 1 Chips

  • A combination of original 20p Roulette, with high odds 100/1 chips
  • The confusing nature of this fixed odds betting terminal game will likely put players off

20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips is an interesting new version of bookies fixed odds betting roulette, combining both the original and highly popular 20p Roulette with the high odds game of 100/1 Roulette. As the name suggests, 20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips uses the original 20p Roulette game and enhances the odds to pay up to 100/1.
The first impressions of 20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips is certainly confusing, there are four different coloured balls and a variety of chip colours, yet the roulette wheel is the same, with numbers from 0 to 36 available.

When you first load up the game it behaves exactly like the original 20p Roulette, and will start with a grey coloured ball. From this point you can play standard roulette and be awarded the usual odds that you would expect on a FOBT roulette machine; 36/1. Things change however when you play with the coloured chips in the bottom right corner.

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20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips Rules

To be in with a chance of being paid 100/1 odds on 20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips you will need to use at least one of the three different coloured chips; red, green or blue. Each colour corresponds to a randomly selected colour of a roulette ball. For example, if you choose to play with the blue chips and place them anywhere on the roulette table, the FOBT must select the blue ball for you to be in with a chance of winning. If a different coloured ball is selected and your number hits, this counts as a lose. You can however play with all of the coloured chips; red, green and blue to increase you chances of winning (this will of course increase the cost of the bet).

Bet Types and Odds

Straight-up number

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £13.85 (35/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £4.95 (100/1)

Split

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £27.75 (17/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £10.00 (49/1)

Three numbers

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £41.65 (11/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £14.79 (33/1)

Corner

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £?? (8/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £?? (24/1)

Six Numbers

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet –20p Maximum bet - £?? (5/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – 20p Maximum bet - £?? (16/1)

Dozens and Columns

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet – £1 Maximum bet - £100 (2/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – £1 Maximum bet - £55.55 (8/1)

Red and Black

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet – £1 Maximum bet - £100 (1/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – £1 Maximum bet - £83.30 (5/1)

Odds and Evens

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet – £1 Maximum bet - £100 (1/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – £1 Maximum bet - £83.30 (5/1)

High and Low

  • Grey Chips: Minimum bet – £1 Maximum bet - £100 (1/1)
  • Coloured Chips: Minimum bet – £1 Maximum bet - £83.30 (5/1)

As you can see, the odds when playing with the 100/1 chips vary considerably. Hitting your favourite number with the wrong coloured chip can be very frustrating, so you may wish to back it up with some other coloured chips to ease the frustration.

20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips Special Bets

Just like many Inspired Gaming high odds roulette games, 20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips has some special bets to make laying your bets easier and quicker. These are all optional and can be found on the lower screen of the fixed odds betting terminal.

Lucky Dip: This bet places a random selection of 20p chips on the main roulette table.

All In: This option is only available when your credit is £10 or less. All In will scatter 20p chips around the main table up to the maximum value of your remaining credit.

Double Up: This one simply doubles your last bet, but only works on stakes of £10 and less.

Add Again: This option becomes available after a Double Up bet and will simply double the bet again.

Perfect Bet: When this option is selected, choose a number and it will cover all possible inner positions around that number; splits, corners etc.

20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips is an interesting new variation of the high odds bookies roulette games, however I don't think it will remain popular for too long, mainly due to it's confusing nature. Players will become frustrated at hitting a winning number with the wrong coloured ball, which will result in a lose. Players who prefer higher odds will enjoy the original 100/1 Roulette far more, and those that want standard bookies roulette will get on much better with the original 20p Roulette.

20p Roulette and 100/1 Roulette are both currently available online at Coral casino.

2 Total Score
A confusing new 100/1 roulette game by Inspired Gaming

20p Roulette with 100/1 Chips is a confusing fixed odds betting terminal game, mixing two very popular roulette games into one. Players will likely enjoy either 20p Roulette or 100/1 Roulette, I don't actually see a reason to play this one.

CONS
  • Confusing.
  • Frustrating when a ball hits your number but is the wrong colour.
User Rating: 4.41 (6 votes)
2 Comments
  1. Reply
    Anonymous
    at 10:00 am

    I’ve still not made my mind up about this FOBT roulette game. I have had some big wins, but it’s not as good as 100 to 1 Bagatelle IMO.

  2. Reply
    Simon
    at 11:45 am

    You’re right, this is very confusing. Bet on 13, it hits and you don’t win!! It took me a while to understand the different coloured balls, I guess I should stick to 20p Roulette.

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