3D Roulette Premium is a simplified version of 3D Roulette. They are both excellent- we’ll leave it to you to decide which you prefer. Play them both to compare these 2 Playtech Roulette variants. The game can be played in the Betfair Roulette section.
Good advanced bets selection
This is another pretty roulette design from Playtech and a great game if you just want a straight roulette variant with no sidebets (play their Age of the Gods roulette game for that). It is certainly up there with the best of the rest from other platforms, such as Microgaming’s Premier Roulette Diamond Edition and the new games from Net Entertainment.). Chip denominations go from 20p all the way up to £500. The maximum bet you can make on the even money bets is £500 and £277.60 on straight up bets (yes really, the software adjusts your bet down as the maximum amount you can win on one spin is £10,000.
3D Roulette Premium loads up with a basic betting layout, but if you click on the tab that says “MORE BETS”, it brings up more betting options, such as the Voisins bet, Orphelins, Tiers, Red Splits and Black Splits etc.
If you are looking to play other call bets like Finales en Plein or the Snake Bet, you’ll need to head to an even more advanced variant such as Roulette Premier (Diamond). If you just want a nicely designed game with all standard bets and the main call bets, and a pretty decent table limit, then this is a good option.