Double Ball Roulette is a decent twist on traditional roulette, which allows players to win 1300 times their bet amount by landing two balls on the same chosen number. It’s played with a real dealer.
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- RTP: 94.9% – 97.3%
- Maximum win: 1,300x
- Time per round: 50 seconds
- Betting range: ₹20 – ₹5 lakh
- Release date: 2016
The Game in Short
Double Ball Roulette is based on traditional roulette. However, instead of only using a single ball, two are put in motion on every game round. If you don’t already know about the traditional game, I have covered the rules in a separate article; how to play roulette and win.
As Double Ball Roulette uses two balls instead of one, bet options and payouts are slightly changed from the traditional game. Outside bets, such as color, high/low and odd/even require both balls to hit while paying twice as much as they usually do. Inside bets, such as straight-up, split or corner only require one ball to land while paying half as much as in traditional roulette.
Now, the big highlight of Double Ball Roulette is a unique bet option where you can bet on the outcome of both balls landing on a single number that you choose. If this happens, a massive payout of 1300 times your bet amount is rewarded.
Since I like roulette to begin with, I obviously find Double Ball Roulette to be an entertaining product. It is not particularly special though as it plays very similar to the traditional game. In terms of fun factor, I rank roulette games such as Lightning Roulette and Mega Fire Blaze Roulette a lot higher. Their graphics are better, dealers a lot more talkative and game mechanics more sophisticated.
Being a unique game with the feature of using two balls instead of one, Double Ball Roulette is still fun though. I see myself including it in a gambling session every now and then. I’d say that it’s a suiting choice for players who like the classic approach of live roulette, but would like to have a shot at winning more.
As already covered, all outside bets in Double Ball Roulette pay twice as much as they do in traditional roulette, while all inside bets pay half as much. The RTP is about the same at 97.30%, which is pretty high.
However, when it comes to the jackpot bet of betting on both balls landing on the same number for a payout of 1300 times your stake, the RTP is only 94.9%. This is a bit of a downside of the game. It’s a bit disappointing. It’s not the end of the world though as when you do win the bet, you will win a lot.