How to Play Mini Roulette
Mini Roulette features a wheel with its 13 numbered sections (0 to 12). While the ‘0’ pocket is green, the odd numbers on the wheel are red while the even numbers are black. The numbers come in the order: 0, 5, 12, 3, 10, 1, 8, 9, 2, 7, 6, 11, 4.
The game follows rules similar to the other Roulette versions. You only have to bet on which number pocket or combination the ball will land on. After placing your bets, the wheel is spun. If your prediction is correct, a payout is made and the game continues.
Betting Options, Payouts, and Probabilities
As seen in the table, the payouts for each type of bet is different. The straight-up bets offer the highest payout but are the least possible to land. Each bet also has different RTPs. However, the average RTP for Mini Roulette is 96.15%.
Mini Roulette doesn’t offer the best RTP compared to the European Roulette or French Roulette but it is still above the industry’s average. However, when you compare it to American Roulette which only offers 94.74%, Mini roulette is friendly enough. The unique difference in its features also makes it easier to understand and great for beginners.
Mini Roulette Strategies
Since Mini Roulette involves only 13 numbers, landing a winning pocket is easier. One of the ways you can have a higher advantage is avoiding bets that cover zero. These bets include 0-2, 0-1-2, 0-2-3, and 0-1-2-3. The house edge when the bet covers zero is 7.69% but it becomes 3.85% when you exclude these.
If you want to play safe, you can also choose to make corner and column bets. These bets do not have the highest payouts but offer the highest probability of winning. But if you’re a high roller, you can decide to go all-in for the straight-up bets.