10p Roulette is the ideal low stake for roulette. Its not too small to be meaningless but not too big that it will bankrupt you if you going on a losing streak. The 10p chip tables are ideal for the beginner.
You can play 10 pence minimum bet online roulette at many online casinos nowadays.
The table below shows you the returns on roulette when you play for ten pence. With a single number, you will win £3.50 plus your stake back. On even money bets you will get 20p back including your stake.
10p Roulette Payout
|Return including stake|
|Straight up bet (also called a Single Number bet) This is based upon guessing which number, from 0 to 36, the roulette ball will land on. 35:1 payout.||£3.60|
|Split bet (Upwards and Sideways, also called a Double or Two Number bet) A bet on two numbers next to each other on the roulette table. 17:1 payout.||£1.80|
|Street bet (also called a Three on a Row or Three Number bet) A bet on any three numbers in a row on the roulette table. 11:1 payout.||£1.20|
|Square bet (also known as a Box of Four or Four Number bet) A bet on a block of four numbers on the roulette table. 8:1 payout.||90p|
|Five Number bet (also known as a Box of Five bet) A bet on five numbers, comprising 00, 0, 1, 2 and 3 on the roulette table. 6:1 payout.||70p|
|Six Number bet (also called a Box of Six bet) A bet on a group of six numbers on the roulette table, which covers two rows of three. 5:1 payout.||60p|
|Outside bets An Outside bet is when you choose one of the betting options from the outside area of the roulette table – i.e. red, first 12.|
|Dozen bet Bet on the ball landing on a number within one of the three rows on the roulette table. 2:1 payout.||30p|
|Column bet Bet on the ball landing on a number within one of the three columns on the roulette table. 2:1 payout.||30p|
|Even-Money bet Bet on the ball landing on a number from one half of the roulette table. Either Red or Black numbers, Odds or Evens, 1-18 (lo) or 19-36 (hi). 1:1 payout. .||20p|