This is a very very simple RNG variation on the classic game of roulette, developed by Win Studios.
The additional feature is actually present in two games; American Roulette and European Roulette, so this guide relates to both of them.
The one minor change here relates to the zero and double zero spaces on the respective betting tables, in that they give losing bets a chance to reclaim a little of their stake.
Each version of the game is almost untouched from its original state except for one thing – if the ball lands on the zero or the double zero and you do not have a bet on it, you can get 50% of your stake back.
However, this only applies to certain bets as follows:
Any inside bets will be lost as normal.
As an example; if you had a £1 bet on red, a £1 bet on number 30, and the ball landed on zero, you would reclaim 50p from the bet on red and lose the rest.
This is a small gesture that simply makes losing hurt a little less and extends your playtime a little, making your bankroll go further.
This is the same for both the European and the American version of the game, and gameplay is not changed at all in either version.
The theoretical return to player percentage listed for these games is at least 97.30% for European Roulette Cashed Back, and at least 92.11% for American Roulette Cashed Back.
It’s difficult to find a reason to play the American version of the game – playing American roulette in the first place isn’t recommended – but you could have a very slightly better edge than normal playing the European version.