Bet365 Roulette

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Bet365 is one of the leading internet bookmakers. Based in Stoke in the United Kingdom. Bet365 has a UK betting license since 1974 and is now one of the largest privately-owned companies in the UK.

Powered by Playtech, their casino offers a wide variety of casino games. These include roulette, blackjack, 4-Line Jacks or Better, Caribbean Stud Poker and craps. The most recent and exciting development is the introduction of penny roulette. With this, the minimum stake on the RNG game is 1p.

You can see the minimum and maximum bets below.

Bet365 Penny Roulette Table limits

Table limits on Bet365 1p roulette game by Playtech.
BetPayoutMinMax
Straight Up35:11p£50
Split17:11p£100
Street11:11p£150
Corner/ Four8:11p£200
Line5:11p£300
Column/ Dozen2:150p£500
1-18/19-36
Red/Black
Even/Odd
1:1£1£1000


November 25, 2020, screenshot of Bet365 Penny Roulette

This is ideal for your low roller. You can’t really get any lower without playing for fun money. If live roulette is your thing then check out the Bet365 Live roulette page, you can play Quantum roulette from just 20p a spin.

Its a shame that the even money and column bets have a higher minimum but you can always play on the live roulette tables where you can bet 20p on even money bets.

7 thoughts on “Bet365 Roulette

  1. Hello, I’m wondering about the stakes here in online roulette.
    I notice that in the live European dealers, the minimum and maximum stakes are different from each other.
    I’d prefer to have just a table in front of me in any case and I see that there is an advertised table offering 25p minimum and £100 maximum. Is that for all bets on that table? Black and red are my favourite wagers and my second choice would be 1st 12, 2nd 12 and 3rd 12. Can I play 25p to £100 on these two sets?
    Would you convert my NZ dollars to sterling?
    One final query. Would I have access to the EPL games if I play here from time to time?
    Thanks for your help.
    Ron Newson

  2. I was playing on Bet365 last night and 10 reds in a row came out twice. I know you say its all fair but a part of me thinks it might be rigged. Maybe the software monitors the payout and rigs the wheel depending on how much they win/lose?

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