Filmed live in NetEnt’s own studio, VIP Roulette Live features all of the traditional betting options you expect from this classic casino game but enhanced by HD streaming video.
But why is it called VIP? Because your bet limits are higher than with standard online roulette games, allowing you to wager as much as $1000 per hand if you wish (or as little as $1 if you prefer).
Focus On VIP Roulette Live
When VIP Roulette Live loads on your screen, you will likely be greeted by a smiling croupier who is on hand to get the wheel spinning while taking your bets.
The game is played on the classic European roulette wheel, which is different to the American version in that it only contains a single zero, rather than the American single and double zero’s. That helps to lower the house edge in your favour.
The RTP of VIP Roulette Live is 97.3%, meaning that this is a low-medium volatility game – although you can enhance your chances of winning by betting sensibly and spreading your risk.
One of the reasons people love roulette is because there are so many different betting options in what is an otherwise pretty simple game to play!
If you have a lucky number and want to bet on that, then go for it – you have a 1 in 37 chance of winning, and that’s reflected in your payout of 35:1.
Then you have the rest of the ‘inside’ bets, where you can place Splits, Streets, or Corners, which are wagers on two, three, or four neighbouring numbers. These pay at 8:1, 11:1, and 17:1.
There are also the ‘outside’ bets on the racetrack. You can wager on red or black and odd or even, which get paid out at 1:1 given that they are 50/50 bets (well, almost, there’s the green zero too).
You can also try lower-risk wagers too with the likes of lines (5:1), columns (2:1), and dozens (2:1). Furthermore, if you want to increase your chances of winning even further, there are the ‘50/50’ bets that pay out at 1:1. These are; odd/even, black/red, and 1-18/19-36.
There are columns and dozens bets too, which both pay at 2:1. Let’s not also forget the traditional French wagers of Manque (numbers 1-18) and Impair (19-36), which return at a rate of 1:1.
Gameplay of VIP Roulette Live
The first thing you need to do in VIP Roulette Live is decide what you want to wager on. If you are new to roulette, take a look at the ‘Bet Types’ section below for more information on what you can and can’t do. Needless to say, you can put your chips on a single number or on a combination selection.
To action your bet, use the chip graphics on screen to select your stake size and place them on the racetrack board where you want them.
Then all you have to do is hit the ‘spin’ button, and the croupier will give the wheel a turn. Watch as it slows agonizingly to a stop – are you a winner?
Our VIP Roulette Live Tips
Are you playing VIP Roulette Live completely for fun, or do you want to adopt strategies that enhance your chances of a winning session?
The answer to that question will dictate the tips that we give you. If you are playing for fun, then simply go for it!
If you to maximize your chances, consider a spread of bets across the racetrack that will at least give you a chance of breaking even with that spin. Use the outside bets to try and cover your more exciting inside wagers!