We all love the thrill of a great game of Roulette, but what if it had to come with three progressive jackpot prizes? That’s exactly what Tangente Games has gone for with its take on this classic table game.
In our review of Triple Jackpot Roulette, you’ll find out about the advanced features of this American variation. It’s packed with all sorts of functions and mechanics but it’s the ultimate jackpot prize that holds the biggest reward.
Triple Jackpot Roulette
Minimum / Maximum Bet:
Game History, Racetrack View, Special Bets, Jackpot Prizes
Silver, Gold, Diamond
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Tangente Games certainly doesn’t hold back, adding all kinds of features to Triple Jackpot Roulette. You get three views on the Roulette table, with classic, racetrack and wheel views to choose from. Even so, all bets must be placed on the classic view, so that’s the one we ended up sticking to the most anyway.
Racetrack View – Triple Jackpot Roulette refers to the racetrack view as cylinder bets. You can set individual bets or opt for more complex wagers like Voisins du Zéro, Orphans and Tiers du Cylindre. Any bets you place here are marked on the main Roulette table to avoid any sort of confusion. We tried our hand at quite a few of these cylinder bets, although our biggest win came from the advanced bets section.
Advanced Bets –Triple Jackpot Roulette gives you an automated way to set advanced bets more efficiently. You set finale bets on all numbers and add in red splits, black splits and snake wagers. The snake bet quickly became one of our favourites and it even helped us land our biggest win of ₹950,000.
Hand History – You can have a look at your progress from the Hand History feature. It’s not as detailed as we’d like it to be, and the feature is missing the sort of statistics that we enjoy referencing to help us build our wagers along the way.
Jackpot Prizes – There are three progressive jackpot prizes, Silver, Gold and Diamond. They all trigger randomly, with Diamond being the rarest to drop. Unfortunately, we never got to hit any of them but according to the game, the Silver and Gold pots drop around every 25,000 rounds and the Diamond every 500,000 rounds.
Triple Jackpot Roulette throws in all of the advanced features we love to see in Roulette games. From a racetrack view to advanced bets and more, the game doesn’t hold back on its functionality. You even get three jackpot prizes which can push your winnings to the next level.
Besides the hand history section, which we found a bit too basic for our liking, the rest of the game’s offerings are all top-notch. We can easily recommend this to veteran Roulette players, and anyone who wants to have a go at hitting the Diamond jackpot prize.
Playtech’s Premium American Roulette lacks jackpot prizes, but it still comes with features like re-bet, double bet and autoplay. Bet levels are reduced as well with a maximum of ₹10,000 being allowed, and RTP is also slightly lower at 94.73%.
Betsoft American Roulette similarly comes with a lower RTP of 94.74%. It’s a much simpler version of Roulette, so there’s no racetrack view, statistics board or autoplay features. But it has a very good maximum bet cap of ₹50,00, through which we got our biggest win of ₹100,000.