Blindfold Roulette

User Guide

Overview

Blindfold Roulette is a fully accessible Roulette casino for both sighted and visually impaired people, designed for rapid audio play.

You control this game using iPhone gestures.
First, in the main menu, select the type of Roulette you want to play, and tap that game.
To return to the main menu, swipe up with three fingers.

This is the typical game of Roulette where you bet on one or more numbers, then you spin the wheel and spin the ball in the opposite direction around the outside of the wheel. The ball eventually slows down and falls onto the wheel into one of 37 or 38 colored and numbered pockets.

To place your bet, navigate through betting options by swiping left and right, and then, up and down. From left to right, there are about 8 columns. The first column lets you choose numbers from 1 to 12, the second from 13 to 24 and the third from 25 to 36. The fourth column lets you choose combinations that include zero or double zero.

The remaining columns let you choose multiple numbers.
The fifth column lets you bet on a horizontal street of 3 numbers.
The sixth column lets you bet on a square of 4 numbers.
The 7th column lets you bet on a horizontal line of 2 numbers and the 8th column, a vertical line of 2 numbers.
The 9th column lets you bet on a group of 6 adjacent numbers.
The last column lets you bet on large cominbations, such as even or odd, black or red, or any of the numbers from 1-12, or any of the numbers from 19 to 36.

When you move from betting spot to betting spot, the dealer will give you a brief description of the group you are betting on.
For more information, press the screen for second, and the dealer will list all the numbers for the group, and the payout.

To place your default bet, tap the screen twice. To clear that bet, tap the screen twice again.
To place a bet other than your default bet, tap the screen with 3 fingers.
To clear all of your bets, swipe down with 3 fingers.
To ask the dealer to tell you all of your bets, swipe up with 2 fingers.

If you are playing a double wheel game, such as one of the Double Action games, and you want to place a bet an inner wheel number, or group of numbers,
swipe right with 3 fingers, and then place your bets. To return back to betting on the outer wheel, swipe right again with 3 fingers.

To end the betting and spin the roulette wheel and the ball, swipe down with two fingers.
After the ball lands in one of the pockets, you are told which bets paid off, and how much you’ve won.
When you win, to post your succcess to facebook or twitter, tap twice with 2 fingers.

If you run out of chips and you purchased unlimited chips, swipe left with 3 fingers to get more chips.

How to Play

Introduction

Roulette has been played in one form or another for centuries. The iconic wheel is thought to have once contained as few as 31 numbers, though it now typically has either 37 (in Europe) or 38 (in the United States), meaning the odds of success vary slightly depending on which variant you are playing. The game’s evolution has seen it become a staple of modern casinos the world over.

Game Play and Game Rules

To win at roulette the player needs to predict where the ball will land after each spin. This is by no means easy. In fact, luck plays an important part in this game. Some players go with the winning numbers calling them ‘hot’ numbers and therefore likely to come up more times. Others see which numbers did not come up for some time and bet on them believing that their turn is now due. Some players bet on many numbers to increase their chances of winning at every spin, but this way the payout is considerably reduced. Other methodical players use specific roulette systems or methods, money management systems, or both.

To beginners, roulette betting can appear quite confusing, with so many different ways to place your bets. In fact, the betting rules are simple, and can be summed up as follows:

You can wager on any number, or combination of numbers.
For winning bets, the original wager is returned to your account, plus the payout you receive based on the amount staked and the odds information listed below. Losing bets will be lost.

The game starts by placing one or more bets. After you have placed all your bets, you spin the wheel in one direction and the ball in the other. It takes about 10 seconds for the ball and the wheel to slow down, and then the ball lands in one of the 38 pockets on the wheel. The number of the pocket where the ball lands is the winning number.

The payout varies based on how many numbers are included in your bet. For example, a single number usually pay out at 35 to 1, and a group of 18 numbers usually pays out at 1 to 1. Refer to the Wheels and Payoffs guide for details on each type of wheel and the associated payout.

Let’s say that you think the ball will land on 5. You could place your bet on the 5, and if it comes up, you’ll win 35 times your original bet.
If you think the ball will land on either a 4,5,6, you could place your bet on that combination of numbers, and if either a 4, or a 5 or a 6 comes up, you’ll win 11 times your original bet. If you think the ball will land on any of 1,2,3,4,5,6, you could place your bet on that combination of numbers, and if any of those numbers come up, you’ll win 5 times your bet.

Wheels

American Wheel

The wheel has the numbers 1 to 36, zero, and double zero.
Any single number, or zero, or double zero, pays off at 35 to 1.
A group of two numbers pays off at 17 to 1.
A basket of 0,1,2 or double zero pays off at 11 to 1.
A basket of 0, double zero and 2 pays off at 11 to 1.
A group of 3 numbers pays off at 11 to 1.
A group of 4 numbers pays off at 8 to 1.
The top line group of 0, double zero, 1, and 2 pays off at 6 to 1.
A group of 6 numbers pays off at 5 to 1.
A group of 12 numbers, in either column, or groups of a dozen, pay off at 2 to 1.
Groups of 18 numbers such as even, odd, red or black, or 1 to 18, or 19 to 36, pays off at 1 to 1.

French Wheel

The wheel has the numbers 1 to 36 and zero. It does not have double zero.
Any single number, or zero, pays off at 35 to 1.
A group of two numbers pays off at 17 to 1.
A basket of 0,1,2 pays off at 11 to 1.
A group of 3 numbers pays off at 11 to 1.
A group of 4 numbers pays off at 8 to 1.
The top line group of 0, double zero, 1, and 2 pays off at 6 to 1.
A group of 6 numbers pays off at 5 to 1.
A group of 12 numbers, in either column, or groups of a dozen, pay off at 2 to 1.
Groups of 18 numbers such as even, odd, red, black, or 1 to 18, or 19 to 36, pays off at 1 to 1.

Double Action American Wheel

There are two wheels that move independently, and when the ball stops, there will be a number chosen for both the inner wheel and the outer wheel.
Some people prefer a double action wheel since if you get the same number for both wheels, and bet appopropriately, you can win big.
When placing your bet, you can flip between betting on the inner or outer wheels by swiping right with 3 fingers.
The wheel has the numbers 1 to 36, zero, and double zero.

When you place a single wheel bet, you pick the wheel, and then pick the number.
Any single number, or zero, or double zero, pays off at 35 to 1.
A group of two numbers pays off at 17 to 1.
A group of 4 numbers pays off at 8 to 1.
A group of 6 numbers pays off at 5 to 1.
A group of 12 numbers, in either column, or groups of a dozen, pay off at 2 to 1.
No other combinations are allowed as single wheel bet.

To place a double wheel bet on a specific number, place that bet on both wheels, on that number.
If that number wins, it pays off at 1200 to 1.

To place a double wheel bet on any combination, just place the bet on either the outer or inner wheel; both are acceptable.
If both wheels match the combination, you win. If only one wheel matches the combination, you lose.
Groups of 18 numbers such as even, odd, red, black, 1 to 18, or 19 to 36 pays off at 3 to 1.
Groups of 12 numbers pays off at 8 to 1.
No other combinations are allowed as a double wheel bet.

Double Action French Wheel

There are two wheels that move independently, and when the ball stops, there will be a number chosen for both the inner wheel and the outer wheel.
Some people prefer a double action wheel since if you get the same number for both wheels, and bet appopropriately, you can win big.
When placing your bet, you can flip between betting on the inner or outer wheels by swiping right with 3 fingers.
The wheel has the numbers 1 to 36, and zero.

When you place a single wheel bet, you pick the wheel, and then pick the number.
Any single number, or zero, or double zero, pays off at 35 to 1.
A group of two numbers pays off at 17 to 1.
A group of 4 numbers pays off at 8 to 1.
A group of 6 numbers pays off at 5 to 1.
A group of 12 numbers, in either column, or groups of a dozen, pay off at 2 to 1.
No other combinations are allowed as single wheel bet.

To place a double wheel bet on a specific number, place that bet on both wheels, on that number.
If that number wins, it pays off at 1200 to 1.

To place a double wheel bet on any combination, just place the bet on either the outer or inner wheel; both are acceptable.
If both wheels match the combination, you win. If only one wheel matches the combination, you lose.
Groups of 18 numbers such as even, odd, red, black, 1 to 18, or 19 to 36 pays off at 3 to 1.
Groups of 12 numbers pays off at 8 to 1.
No other combinations are allowed as a double wheel bet

Alphabet

The wheel has the numbers 25 letters, A to Y.
Any single letter 23 to 1.
Two consecutive letters pays off at 11 to 1.
A group of 4 letters pays off at 5 to 1.
A group of 4 letters on the same color pays off at 5 to 1.
A group of 6 letters pays off at 3 to 1.
A wager that includes the letters in the words PARTY PIT pays off at 3 to 1.
A wager that includes the letters in the word ROULETTE pays off at 3 to 1.
A group of 12 letters pays off at 1 to 1.
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