Double Ball Roulette is an inventive casino game launched by Evolution in 2016. There are no prizes for guessing what makes this game special. The name pretty much gives it away. When playing this game, you are using two white balls instead of one. This not only changes the way the game is played, but also the potential payouts and the bets you can make.
Including an extra ball turns the traditional form of roulette on its head. They are advantages to the player for doing this, but some downsides as well.
This guide seeks to introduce Double Ball Roulette and teach you how to play it.
Double Ball Roulette Game Rules
The first part of learning a new game is to familiarize yourself with the rules. Otherwise, how else can you play when you do not know what you can or cannot do?
Looking at the traditional form of roulette, you will see that there are many similarities with Double Ball Roulette. But as you can expect from a variant of a game, they are a few twists here and there.
Some important rules to remember in Double Ball Roulette are listed below:
- A single or double zero roulette wheel can be used.
- The game is played using two white balls.
- Outside bets only win when all balls are successful.
- Only one ball needs to be successful for inside bets to win. If both balls are successful, the payout is doubled.
- The double ball jackpot only wins when both balls land on one number.
Understanding Double Ball Roulette Bets and Payouts
You need to understand your betting options if you plan on playing this game successfully. Now, there are a few options at your disposal. The type of bets you make determines the payout that you get.
As a general rule, the riskier the bet, the more it will payout. Below we look at some of the most common bets you can make in Double Ball Roulette.
You can make standard outside bets in Double Ball Roulette. Examples include:
- Red or black
- Odd or even
- 1-18 or 19-36
These bets pay 3:1 and both balls need to be successful to win.
1 Red, 1 Black
This bet is unique to Double Ball Roulette because it needs two balls. It pays out when one ball lands in a black pocket and the other in a red one.
This is another common bet and is popular with many roulette enthusiasts. It pays out 17:1 if one ball lands in a chosen number. The payout is doubled if both balls land in the chosen pocket.
Double Ball Jackpot
The double ball jackpot has the potential for massive winnings. It pays out 1,200:1 if both balls land in the chosen number.