Candle Bets’ Roulette FX changes the tempo of the popular table game by switching to betting on trends, rather than specific numbers.
There are lots of charts and statistics to analyse, but once you get to grips with the gameplay, you’ll be glad you gave it a go.
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Chart Screen, Game History, Early Expire Meter
Most Roulette games stick to the basics, but Roulette FX has had a major overhaul.
The game ditches the traditional wheel and board for something completely different. There are no racetrack views and special bets to place, nor can you just set wagers on individual numbers. Instead, the game revolves around Roulette FX’s chart. This shows hit probabilities for odds/evens, reds/blacks and highs/lows. You’ll need to analyse these well before deciding how to place your bets.
It can be a lot, even for veteran Roulette players. Once you understand what’s going on, the game is pretty straightforward, and you’ll be placing wagers in no time.
Game History – You can review the game’s history in a couple of ways. To the right-hand side of the screen is a generic history board. This shows you the latest numbers that hit. But if you’re looking for even more detail, you’ll want to check out the chart view. This gives you a more complex look at the numbers that hit, and you can pick from three distinct charts: odd/even, red/black or high/low, which come in candlestick or wave views. Once we familiarised ourselves with the controls, this level of detail helped us place more informed bets. We even managed a high win of ₹120,000.
Bet on Trend – Once you’re done with the charts, you’ll need to place your wagers choosing from odds/reds/lows or evens/greens/highs. The wagers you place can count for one, three, six or nine rounds. Playing on one round is pretty straightforward. If you guess, you win your wager, if not you lose it. But things get way more interesting when playing over multiple rounds. Here, your profits or losses are tracked, and you can choose to continue playing to improve your winnings or opt out through the early-exit meter.
Although it took a while to understand exactly how it all works, Roulette FX turned out to be a great game. If like us, you like advanced features that you can mine for your benefit, then you’ll love the charts that come with the game. Betting on trends turned out to be pretty profitable, whenever luck aligned with our data analysis.
Sadly, the game has quite a limited win potential, with a maximum of 2x your stake, so don’t expect massive wins to come through on every spin. But if you’re up for an alternative Roulette experience, then you should give Roulette FX a spin.
Playtech’s Premium American Roulette sticks to a more minimal set of features, with your usual re-bet, double bet and autoplay. Bet levels are improved here with a maximum of ₹10,000 being allowed, and RTP is also slightly higher at 94.73%.
Betsoft American Roulette also comes with a better RTP of 94.74%. It’s easily one of the most barebones versions of the game out there, with no statistics or special features to speak of. But what it lacks in features it more than makes up for in potential, allowing for a maximum bet of ₹50,000, through which we won ₹100,000.