3D Roulette from Playtech is really not any different from the other roulette games available on our site. The only difference, as you probably gathered, is that this version features a three-dimensional graphical presentation that sets it a bit apart from the other installments of this classic casino game. If you prefer this layout to the others, the pull up a seat at the 3D table and give the spinner a whirl!
3D Roulette information
The only bonus in this version vis-à-vis most other roulette games is that it does allow you to make a couple of extra types of bets - the voisins du 0 (neighbors of 0) and the tiers du cylindre (cylinder thirds). Also note that 3D roulette is closer to the French version of roulette, as it features only one '0' chamber and does not have the '00' chamber which practically doubles the house edge.
How to play 3D Roulette
Even though the first look at a roulette betting board might be a bit intimidating for the un-initiated, the concept of the game is actually fairly straightforward. You are essentially betting in which of 37 chambers a randomly-spun ball will land. You can bet on individual numbers, ranges of numbers, the color of the chamber (all chambers except for the 0 are designated red or black), or whether the number that comes up will be odd or even. The greater the coverage of the range is, the lower the potential payout will be; the lesser the coverage, the greater the payout. For a list of the types of bets and their payouts, click on 'paytable.'