How to Play the Side Bet
As you can see, the second wheel is only present on the digital display behind the dealer. It spins in the opposite direction of the main wheel. Both wheels have thirty-seven numbers, meaning each number will line up with another when the wheel spinning stops. Once the numbers find their partner, it is just a matter of waiting until the ball lands and picks a number.
Everything you need to know about Playtech’s Spread Bet Roulette.
Players are betting on what Playtech is calling the spread. When the wheel stops, the inner and outer number are added together to form the spread bet total. For example, the wheel draws the number six, and the inner wheel has paired it with a sixteen. The spread bet total would be twenty-two.
When betting on this side bet, we are trying to predict what the spread bet total will be. We can bet on seven different bet ranges. We have listed them along with their payouts below.
- 0-1, worth 400:1
- 2-11, worth 15:1
- 12-18, worth 10:1
- 19-33, worth 2:1
- 34-54, worth 1:1
- 55-67, worth 7:1
- 68-72, worth 80:1
As you can see, the side bets are quite different among themselves. Some of them cover a large chunk of numbers and have smaller payouts. Others contain far fewer numbers but can offer an incredible payout. The bets with the highest chance of being won are the 1:1 bet, followed by the 2:1 and 7:1 wager. We would recommend going for any of these three bets if you play Spread Bet Roulette.
The 10:1 payout is the last acceptable bet. When looking at possible winning combinations, it is the last one with over one hundred possible combinations. However, it is simply not drawn as often as the previous three listed above. The other side bets should either be ignored, or played with a small bet due to the low odds of being won.