If you have ever enjoyed the live roulette game Lightning Roulette then the concept of Superboost Roulette will be familiar to you.
Unlike the aforementioned live game this variation is run by an RNG so there is no host or anything and you can play at your own pace.
It’s essentially European roulette with the chance to seriously boost your payout for straight up bets, although there is a price to pay for this.
How the Boosts Work
Playing the game is no different to normal, so all of the regular bets still apply and there are no new bet types to contend with. The layout will look familiar too as you can see above.
The only additional feature is the bet boosts and these are handled automatically, so it is just a question of crossing your fingers and hoping for big a multiplier on the right number.
Once all bets are placed and you hit the ‘spin’ button, the bet boosts will be allocated. Up to five numbers on the table can receive a boost, and those boosts can be worth:
In our example image below we have a 100x boost on number 39, and 50x on number 9, and a 100x boost on number 15.
They will also show up on the table to make keeping track of what’s happening nice and easy,
However, this extra winning potential comes at a cost.
Regular straight up bets suffer a reduced payout from 35:1 to 29:1.
Despite some significant changes to the game and extremely enhanced winning potential, the theoretical return to player percentage remains at 97.30% for Superboost Roulette.
All bets other than straight ups have the same payout, so the difference between the adjusted straight up payout and the boosts has been balanced perfectly to create a fair game for all.