What’s the Deal?
European Roulette Announced Bets from Tom Horn Gaming is the latest new-fangled roulette variant on the block. And it’s got more bells and whistles than you can shake a stick at.
According to the blurb, players can ‘feel the thrill of Las Vegas wherever they are and place their bets in just one click’ which sounds pretty bonza to us.
Let’s take a look!
With slick, sharp 3D graphics and a bird’s eye view of the roulette wheel and green betting aream this is one good-looking game.
The user interface also looks the business Wombat fans, and comes with various features such as favourite bets, racetrack bets, spin result history and the standard wager options.
All of which help us players to place our bets easily and with minimal effort. Nice one.
There’s a nice broad bet range in European Roulette Announced Bets – guaranteed to please all roulette players. It goes from from 0.05 up to 1000.00 per spin.
And with the maximum win on any roulette game at x36 your bet, there are some decent wins to be had in this Tom Horn version.
This variant of roulette is based on European rules, meaning it is played on a 37-numbered wheel with only the one zero.
Numbers are laid out in the standard red/black formation and you can also choose from thirds, odds, evens, numbers 1-18 or 19-36.
As for announced bets. If you’ve never heard of them? Here’s a quick rundown:
In a bricks and mortar casino, announced bets are made by announcing to the croupier what you wish to bet, instead of placing it yourself. This just means it’s easier for players to bet some of the more complex combinations. These can include Les Voisins du Zero, Tiers du Cylindre and Les Orphelins.
Voisins du Zero
Literally translated as “Neighbours of Zero” this announced bet is the 17 numbers close to zero on a European Wheel from 22 on the right round to 25 on the left.
Tiers du Cylindre
Translated as ‘thirds of the wheel’, this bet is made up of the bottom third of the roulette wheel and the numbers go from 33 right round to 27.
The ‘orphans’ are two parts of wheel that make up the rest of the numbers not in the Voisins du Zero nor Tiers du Cylindre. These include 9, 31, 14, 20 and 1 on one side of the table, and 17, 34 and 6 on the other.
European Roulette Announced Bets is a slick and simple roulette variant – so it’s hats off to Tom Horn Gaming!
Grab a cuppa (or something stronger) and feel the thrill of Las Vegas all from the comfort of your front room
Announced Bets European Roulette FAQs
What is an Announced bet?
Announced bets are made by telling to the croupier what you fancy wagering on, instead of placing it yourself.