Gold Deluxe Live Roulette Tokyo is an Asia-facing game of European roulette with 36 sections on the wheel and a single zero. You may have played many single-zero roulette games in your time, and if that is the case you should assume that Gold Deluxe Live Roulette is not just a simple, predictable game of roulette. While it retains the standard gameplay, there are some interesting moments that make it unique and fresh. Of course, the interface is something that the Philippine developer creates from scratch and the dealers were handpicked for their skills, pleasant appearance and politeness.
Most live casino roulette games focus on the overall front view which centres on the croupier and how he or she (usually she) handles the wheel and the ball. An occasional zoom on the wheel may happen, but the default view zooms out. With Gold Deluxe Live Roulette Tokyo, it is the opposite. Every once in a while you will get a glimpse of the croupier, whereas the camera will focus on the wheel the rest of the time.
A player does not need any particular skills to play Gold Deluxe Live Roulette Tokyo. One does need a basic understanding of how roulette works and one also needs to be informed about the available bets and payouts in order to make the best decision concerning wagering money in any given moment in the session. This version of live casino roulette is played just like any other version of European-style roulette. The theoretical percentage is 97.30% and the available bets are Straight Up, Split, Street, Trio, Corner, Four, Line, Column, Dozen, Red/Black, Even/Odd, 1/18/19/36.
What makes Gold Deluxe Live Roulette Tokyo unique are the three game modes: standard, 32-47-71, and 29-59-89-119. They make no changes to the interface during gameplay, yet they introduce dynamic odds on Straight Up bets and make the game more engaging. For example, Straight Up pays 35 to 1 in standard mode. In mode 29-59-89-119, the bet can pay 29/59/89/119 to 1. The interface packs tools like Game History, Hot/Cold numbers and Percentages (covering the previous 150 spins), as well as racetrack view and associated bets.
The Tokyo section of Live Casino House presents Gold Deluxe Live Roulette as the only version of roulette in that collection. This reflects the fact that it is the only option developed so far by Gold Deluxe, as far as live dealer roulette goes. They’ve done a good job with the game overall, and it feels good to see a roulette game that’s all about the wheel action and less about showcasing the digitally rendered elements.