3 Wheel Roulette is a roulette-themed Internet casino game developed by the London-based International Game Technology (IGT). 3 Wheel Roulette, which was released in 2015, has a striking semblance with the European roulette, a stark pointer that it is based on the aforementioned game type.
The basics are constant across all traditional and online roulette variations. However, the 3 Wheel Roulette game lets the players play using what seems like—a closer and critical look at this feature shows that they are merely extra separate levels—”three wheels”, which are seemingly two more side-by-side wheels, especially when contrasted with the ordinary one wheel that is common in the ordinary roulette setting.
The actual virtual roulette wheel—and the extra levels—in 3 Wheel Roulette rotate simultaneously, which implies that one game round has three results. 3 Wheel Roulette has two major parts: the first section has a sub-divided table; the second section,which has a round bluish lapel pin-like with curved wording, consists of the extra bets (color up bonus). Generally, the 3 Wheel Roulette players are required to stake on, for instance, the landing position of the ball, or the special bets.
Three sets of numbers 1 to 36, which are either black-colored or red-colored, and three green-colored zeroes, are used in the 3 Wheel Roulette. To play, players place their desired bets by pressing (or using the mouse and cursor concurrently) their preferred gaming chips first then pressing the virtual table so as to put the tokens where their targets are located. 3 Wheel Roulette has six differently colored gaming chips whose range is from $1 to $1k (1000), which includes $500, $100, $25, and $5.
The minimum bet of the main game in 3 Wheel Roulette is $1.00, whereas the maximum bet is $9000.00. These are the minimum and maximum betting ranges and the corresponding payouts for both the inside bets and the outside bets. First, the inside bets have the following payouts and maximum bets. Straight Up: the maximum bet is $450.00 and it pays 35:1. Split: the maximum bet is $900.00 and it pays 17:1. Three Numbers: the maximum bet is $1350.00 and it pays 11:1. Corner: the maximum bet is $1800.00 and it pays 8:1. Six Numbers: the maximum bet is $2700.00 and it pays 5:1.
Secondly, the outside bets have the following payouts and maximum bets. Dozen: the maximum bet is $5400.00 and it pays 2:1. Column: the maximum bet is $5400.00 and it pays 2:1. Odd/Even: the maximum bet is $9000.00 and it pays 1:1. High/Low: the maximum bet is $9000.00 and it pays 1:1. Red/Black: the maximum bet is $9000.00 and it pays 1:1. The Bonus bet is $1.00 minimum and $50.00 maximum. In terms of the payouts, Triple Zeros offer 1200X; 3-of-a-kind gives 100X; paired zeros offer 25X; Straight offers 10X; Pairs give 5X; and matched colors give 2X.
3 Wheel Roulette, which has a non-progressive jackpot—the aforementioned 1200X—is fitted with an auto spin icon, but there are neither reels nor pay lines. The relatable graphics are colourful and well organized, whereas the audio is on point.
With a house edge and RTP rate of 2.70% and 97.29%, respectively, 3 Wheel Roulette is somewhat enticing but it cannot measure up to similar developments such as the 8-wheel roulette from Microgaming.
A recommendable strategy involves diversifying bets as showed by the fictitious character James Bond; players use $200, of which $10, $50, and $140 are staked on zero, 13-18, and 19-36, respectively.