Instant Roulette, the sensational game from Evolution Gaming where you have to make very fast decisions. Ideal for those who like tension and some extra stress.
How do you play Instant Roulette?
You will find that the rules of Instant Roulette are exactly the same as those of European roulette. Don’t know the rules anymore? View an extensive explanation of roulette here. If you’ve played European roulette before, you should be able to get started right away. You can bet on the traditional Inside and Outside Bets, as well as the Neighbor Bets and the French bets.
Difference from standard roulette
When you first look at Instant Roulette it may be hard to believe, but it is actually a standard European roulette wheel. However, the difference is that this game uses more than one wheel. In fact, it uses twelve. Even more insane, each of these twelve individual wheels spins in sync like an automatic roulette wheel. That is, twelve balls will fall on each wheel at the same time. Now comes the gambling part. You don’t know which wheel you’re going to play on until you’ve placed your bet.
A second difference is that as a player you get longer time to decide what to bet on. But once the bet is placed, the result comes almost immediately. With this, it seems to mainly cater to players who want to determine the pace of playing roulette themselves, but at the same time cannot handle the tension of spinning the wheel.
Instant roulette enjoys the same RTP as European Roulette. The game is seen as the successor to Speed Roulette because of the speed of play, but with the difference that there are no dealers present. Playing itself then shows a lot of similarities with standard roulette. The amount of the bets varies from 10 euro cents to 10,000 euros.
Best Strategy for Instant Roulette
Roulette and therefore Instant Roulette remains a game of chance where you have to be lucky with where the ball falls. So there is no perfect strategy. However, you can choose to use the well-known roulette strategies such as Martingale, Fibonacci or D’Alembert. These are applied to the 50-50 Outside Bets.