Roulette live Table Game by xpg
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Roulette live Table Game by xpg Details
Roulette live Table Game by xpg Review
Live Roulette developed by XProGaming is a European roulette with 37 numbered pockets (numbers 1 to 36 and a single zero). There are not many features in the game and the user interface looks a bit outdated as compared with other developers’ live solutions; however, the gameplay is smooth and croupiers are very attractive.
Rules of XProGaming live roulette
The platform has a well-known drawback in that it fails to attach rules to its live dealer games. While the absence of rules may be of little or no importance to seasoned players, this becomes an issue for new players who have no idea how to play roulette.
Actually, the rules, payouts and winning odds of this roulette are common for any European roulette. The table layout displayed on the screen accepts all classic bet types, including inside and outside bets. An oval-shaped racetrack near the main table layout is designed for accepting call bets and neighbors. As distinct from other live roulette variants, this game allows for placing only three call bets: Orphelins, Voisins du Zero and Tier. Players are given ample time for betting (35 seconds, to be specific).
Game statistics and other features
- The stats are presented in easy-to-understand graphs that show the percentage of Red/Black and Even/Odd winning numbers. There are also six hot and cold numbers, ie the numbers that have appeared most and least often for a certain number of wheel spins
- One of the information panels displays table limits broken down by bet types
- A chat box for writing to the dealer. Other players’ messages are not visible there
- A dealer tipping slot
- Favorite Bets feature. This optional feature enables players to save their betting patterns and then place the saved bets quickly, without having to click on the chips and betting fields numerous times within the allotted betting time
Video and audio
Video stream quality is very good, so is sound. The dealer and roulette wheel (there is no real-life table on the screen) are shown from a fixed position that cannot be changed by a user. At the end of the betting time, the wheel starts spinning and the camera shift its focus to give a close-up view of the wheel until the ball lands on a winning pocket. By using a magnifying glass icon on the gaming screen a user may zoom in the video box to see the action in more details. Audio options are volume control and sound muting.