It’s been the inspiration for classic books such as ‘The Gambler’ and featured in dramatic scenes in movies and TV shows over the decades to make it probably the best-known casino table game of them all.
Part of the appeal is surely the variety of choices when it comes to the different betting options and strategy. Those who want to keep it simple can bet on Red or Black, Odd or Even, 1-18 or 19-36 at even money in what is ‘almost’ a coin toss.
Those who want to seek bigger rewards can play the numerous 2/1 chances that are scattered round the board. Less chances of winning, greater payouts if you get it right.
For those who believe more in the ‘go big or go home’ approach, you can of course just select an individual number. A birthday, a lucky number, the number of times you’ve been to Hawaii…whatever floats your boat. Choose correctly and you get paid at 36x your stake.
Up to now, we have of course just been describing the same roulette that’s been around for a long time. So, what makes Multifire Roulette different?
The answer is that just before the ball starts spinning, the game will randomly select between 1 and 5 numbers as ‘special numbers’. The number of special numbers varies from spin to spin.
The special numbers have a multiplier that will be between 50x and 500x your stake. So, if you wagered 1 Euro/GBP on a spin, and number 10 was a special number with a 100x multiplier, you’d actually win: 1×36 = 36 x 50 = 1800 Euros/GBP if 10 came up. Which I think we’ll agree is a big difference to the 36 Euros/GBP you’d win on regular roulette.
And right there is what makes Multifire Roulette a new, improved and far more exciting version of this classic table game.