High Stakes Roulette

Min Bet: £10
Table Limit: £4,000
Features: 3D Graphics
  Classic or French betting

High Stakes Roulette How to Play

How to Play

High Stakes Roulette Splendide revolves around its intelligent gameplay so it is easy to pick up, even for relative roulette novices.

The guide below should help you fully understand how to play one of casino’s most popular games.


Placing Bets

To place a bet select a chip from the chip rack and then click on the area of the layout where you would like to place it. Each click will add one chip to your bet.

The ‘Undo’ button will allow you to remove your chips from the table one at a time.

To remove your bets you must hold down the spacebar while clicking on a playing chip.

Click the ‘Clear Bets’ button to remove all of your bets on the table.

The ‘Repeat Bets’ button will repeat your bet from your previous spin.

Clicking ‘Spin’ will start your next game of High Stakes Roulette Splendide.


Betting Options

Our betting guide should help you better understand the roulette table layout and the odds different bets carry.

The table below shows the different roulette bets that can be made, as well as their respective odds in High Stakes Roulette Splendide.

Bet Type


Straight Up (bet on a single number by placing a chip directly on it) 


Split bet (cover two numbers by placing a chip in between them)


Street bet (cover three numbers by placing a chip on the inner left boundary of the table)


Corner bet (cover four numbers by placing a chip on the corner where they meet)


Line bet (cover six numbers by placing a chip on the inside – effectively two street bets )


Column bet (bet on one of the 2/1 boxes of the columns – 0 is not included)


Dozen bet (bet on the first, second or third dozen of numbers – 0 is not included)


Even Money bet (Red/black, even/odd and high/low bets)




Racetrack Bets

These are bets that are placed using the oval ‘racecourse’ area of the roulette wheel. We detail the different Racetrack Bets that can be placed below.


Neighbour Bets

The Neighbour Bets allow you to place wagers on five neighbouring numbers on the roulette wheel. Clicking a number on the racecourse will place a wager across the five neighbouring numbers.


French Bets

The French Bets are split into three different sets of wager that cover three different areas of the wheel.

Voisins – also known as ‘Voisins du Zero’ (‘neighbours of zero’) places a total of nine bets – two bets covering 0,2,3 – one bet covering 4 and 7 – one bet covering 12 and 15 – one bet covering 18 and 21 – one bet covering 19 and 22 – two bet covering 25, 26, 28 and 29 – one bet covering 32 and 35.

Tiers – or ‘Tiers du Cylindre’ (‘a third of the wheel’) will place a total of six bets – one bet covering 5 and 8 – one bet covering 10 and 11 – one bet covering 13 and 16 – one bet covering 23 and 24 – one bet covering 27 and 30 – one bet covering 33 and 16.

Orphelins – or ‘the orphans’ cover all of the numbers not covered by the Voisins or Tiers bets, placing a total of five bets – one bet covering 1 – one bet covering 6 and 9 – one bet covering 14 and 17 – one bet covering 17 and 20 – one bet covering 31 and 34.


Bet Limits

The table below shows the different bet limits on High Stakes Roulette Splendide – the table limit is £4,000.

Bet Opportunity

  Maximum Bet

Straight Up (one number)


Split Bet (two numbers)


Street Bet (three numbers)


Corner Bet (four numbers)


Line Bet (five numbers)


Column Bet (12 numbers)




Even Money Bet




The Appeal of Roulette

Roulette may be a game of chance but its incredible popularity lies in a player’s ability to be able to balance their levels of risk and reward.

You have plenty of betting options – whether you choose a specific number for a larger payout, or play it safer by placing an even-money bet on the outside of the table.

The stunning 3D graphics and crystal clear sound of High Stakes Roulette Splendide promise to deliver a truly unique casino experience.

High Stakes Roulette Tips

Know your bets and the odds

High Stakes Roulette is exactly the same game as Roulette Splendide, with the difference of being able to place higher bets - so it should suit all you high rollers out there. High Stake Roulette not only offers you all the standard roulette bets but also the racetrack bet options which open up a new avenue of bet options, check out all the options in our table to the right.


There are countless betting strategies for Roulette, probably the most popular of which involves doubling your bets when you lose. None of them are fool proof however and you should not read too much into them. One point that is worth remembering with this game is that you'll be refunded half your outside bet stake if '0' is returned on the wheel.

Spreading your Bets

If you are new to the game it's probably best to start with some nice easy outside bets (red/black or even/odd) and as you get the hang of it you could also place some smaller ones on whatever you feel is lucky within the board. This should give you relatively consistent wins as well as the excitement of seeing your inside numbers come in once in a while. This is a great way to make sure that you get more fun for your money.