BetVoyager's Multiball Roulette: more balls - more fun!

SlotMonster

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I've tried it, and was totally impressed by this game! :notworthy
 

Wisenheimer

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Has anyone tried this (besides SlotMonster)?

No offense, mr. slotmonster, appreciate your thoughts :thumbsup:, but I just want to hear if anybody else has opinions.
 

love2winalot

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3 balls.

Hiya. Even in the USA, you can play the Demo Mode of this game. I just did. Following is my view of this game...........as though anyone cares......:rolleyes:





I made $61 net profit in 10 spins.
This is, "ALMOST", like playing 3 tables at the same time, in a real Casino. The Difference being, that, "Only 1 ball can land on any given #". So, unlike a real Casino, you could not have the #17, hit on 2 of the 3 tables you were playing.

First off, BetVoyager will make a killing with this game. In General, most players will just lose three times as fast. Here is Why. You take $99 to the table. Woo Hoo, i have a good bankroll. Ummmm, No you Don't. You actually only have $33 on each the 3 balls. You have to have the bankroll, as if you were actually playing at 3 different tables. Most do not, or would not do this.

Next. Bet Selection. "I will bet the first dozen". Fine, the numbers, 5-22-34, hit. You won the bet on the #5, and lost the other 2, and thus Won a Bet and made 0 profit.

You need a x3 bankroll to play this game.

Now, the question that Begs to be asked is this. "Does this game have a flaw, knowing that you have to have 3 different numbers hit each time"?

Who the hell knows, but since i am moving oversea's in a few months, I know somebody who is gonna find out?....:p
 

Jasminebed

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Sound cool for those who bet single numbers. You can lose more faster, so good for the casino.

I think adjusting your bet size accordingly is good advice.
 

DaveG39

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I tried this game and it makes my brain hurt. :( For example, my normal betting pattern in roulette is the following: 1 chip on double line 1-6, 2 chips on each of the double lines 10-15 & 28-33 and 1 chip on the corner 17-18-20-21. Since I was playing 3 balls, I was using $3 chips, so $18 total. Numbers that came up were 17 (win), 24 (lose), and 32 (win). The machine says the payout totals 21 and net profit is 3 for the spin. I can't figure out how this can be right. :what: If I was playing 3 seperate tables, I would win 9 on the 17 (24-3-6-6), win 18 on the 32 (30-6-3-3) and lose 18 on the 24 giving me a payout of 27 and a net of 9.:confused:
 

love2winalot

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hehehe, Yea i was confused at first also. You have to read the rules of the game. Assuming you are playing 3 balls, you will notice that the available chips to choose from are a multiple of 3.-- .30, 1.50, 3.00, 15.00, and so on.

The game then takes your $ bet amount, and divides it by 3. Thus, Betting $3 on the 0, is NOT Betting $3 on the 0, but is instead betting $1 on the 0, three times. $1for the first ball, $1 for the second ball, and $1 for the third ball. Since only 1 ball can land on a number, the most you would win is $33, and not $105.

Using 3 balls, everything becomes a multiple of 3. Example, bet $5 on four different numbers. You are betting on 4 numbers for each ball. 4x3=12. So you are getting paid as though you were betting on 12 numbers.

So, you are betting $3 on your four faviorate numbers. Total bet is $12. One of your number hit. Do you know what you get paid? You get paid $36, for a net gain of $24. Just as if you had bet $12 on a single dozen at normal roulette.

Like i posted earlier, this game will eat up your bankroll in a hurry, and is very confusing if you do not stop and do the math. DEMO MODE IT until you have it down, and understand it completely.:cool:
 

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Wow that is complicated - I think I'll give it a miss.

WagerWorks new 3-wheel Roulette seems much better. You only have one ball but the 3 rings spin differently and you CAN hit the same number 2 or 3 times in one spin. :thumbsup:
A few days ago I had a "few quid kicking around" in my Boyle's casino account, so had a little dabble on their new game;
My favorite numbers, as you can see, are 5,14,17 & 26. Started with small bets and gradually got bigger. 5 had not hit at all in 30-ish spins, so I lumped a load more chips round it. Finally it did hit, but I let the bets ride... next spin I got a double; 26 & 17, and two goes later I got the triple whammy!

Don't know if you can see it clearly, but I hit 5, 26 & 17 all in one spin!
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love2winalot

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3 balls vs 3 wheels

Hiya. For those interested, the rules at Boyle casino using 3 wheels, is a better choice than the 3 balls at betvoyager. However, i can not prove it as betvoyager lets you play the demo mode, and Boyles blocks it if you are in the USA.

Just the fact that you could get a number to hit more than once, this alone, makes 3 wheels, better than 3 balls. Both games use the same multiple of 3 as regards to a bet, and the payout.

Boy, I can't wait to leave here so i can play these games.........:cool:
 

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Hiya. For those interested, the rules at Boyle casino using 3 wheels, is a better choice than the 3 balls at betvoyager. However, i can not prove it as betvoyager lets you play the demo mode, and Boyles blocks it if you are in the USA.

Just the fact that you could get a number to hit more than once, this alone, makes 3 wheels, better than 3 balls. Both games use the same multiple of 3 as regards to a bet, and the payout.

Boy, I can't wait to leave here so i can play these games.........:cool:
Betvoyager has a great advantage - Randomness control system
 

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For those who understand how randomness control works - there is should be a question, why other casinos do not "install" this feature in their software...
I've tried their Roulette Express - it might be good for advantage players who want to check their new systems out. But I like it too, though.
BTW, have someoney played their new slot "rush4cash", with bonus game? :) I've tried it, and even managed to post a winner screenshot :) Cool game, I like it :)
 

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BTW, have someoney played their new slot "rush4cash", with bonus game? :) I've tried it, and even managed to post a winner screenshot :) Cool game, I like it :)
Thanks, SlotMonster!
i have noticed a new bonus game at Rush4cash.
Previous bonus games already bored me.
Spend a little time to understand how randomness control work for bonus games.
 

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Do you have a better chance at winning with this game compared to regular roulette? Does betruise (betvoyager) offer the same payout structures as boyle?
 
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love2winalot

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Do you have a better chance at winning with this game compared to regular roulette?
Hiya: The answer is YES, Buuuuuuuuuuuuuut, it requires a larger bankroll. This is because as each ball lands on a #, the Odd's change for the second ball, and change again for the 3rd ball, because only 1 ball can land on any given #. ie, you can not have 2 of the balls land on #7.

Using, "dozens" as example. There are 12 numbers in each dozen. The first ball lands on #34. Now there are still 12 numbers in the first/second dozen, but only 11 numbers in the 3rd dozen, and the #34 can not hit again. The second ball lands on #31. Same as above, but now the last ball still has 12 numbers in the first/second dozen, and only 10 in the 3rd dozen, as both the numbers 34 and 31 have already hit.

Using dozens as example, it is more likely that each of the 3 balls will land, "1 ball in each dozen", than it is, "all 3 balls in the same dozen". This can be applied to ALL bets in the game.
 

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Hiya: Based on expierience, your bankroll should be x50 the chip size you are going to use. $3 chips = $1500 bankroll. .30 chips = $150 bankroll. This is the Min. and i would not touch this game with anything less than what is mentioned above.
 

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