You can double the fun of roulette by playing with two balls. This game was called double ball roulette and simply put, it is a roulette wheel that spins with two balls. This means that each spin you have two chances to win. The game is based on the laws of physics – one ball is thrown just behind the other, with these balls crossing but never colliding. The roulette wheel itself has a fairly standard design and the distribution of bets inside it looks very familiar. However, since you get 2x the chance to win thanks to two balls, the profits from each hit bet are half less than the profits of playing classic roulette.
The full amount will only be paid out if both balls land in the same place. In a direct bet one chip per number you will win chips if 1 ball falls on the number and 34 chips if both balls fall on the number. The roulette wheel, which is usually used for the game, has 36 numbers + one zero. As with standard roulette, players must exchange money for chips before spinning double ball roulette. The minimum value of the chip is usually 10 – 20 crowns, while the classic buy-in the amount you exchange for chips is around 1000 – 2000 crowns.
Betting is very simple as already mentioned, the inside bet is paid out at a rate when hitting one ball and when hitting both balls in one place. The payout on standard roulette with one ball is so in the case of double ball roulette you are a bit worse the advantage of the casino will rise a bit, but not so much – it is stated about. All external bets are offered at double ball roulette – ie black / red, even / odd, 1-18 and 19-36. However, the external bets of double ball roulette are significantly different from the internal ones, so forget about the martingale betting system.
External bets will only win if both balls fall on the option of your choice for example, the red number. This means that the chances of winning this bet are significantly reduced. On the other hand, if both balls hit it, it is paid at a rate. But if not, the bet loses. To understand each other, if you bet on red, then both the first and second balls must end in a red number different or the same, otherwise your bet will be forfeited. Three rows of 12 numbers – 1st, 2nd and 3rd pay out at a rate of 8: 1, but only if both balls end up on the number from this series.