Grand Roulette is a European single zero variant by Playtech, streamed live from one of the developer's studios located in Riga, Latvia and hosted by a professional dealer. With the studio's well lit background and elegant looking dealer, the game fully justifies its name, giving the player a taste of the high end brick and mortar casinos.
The table limits are set from £1 to £50 for straight up bets, with the actual max bet of £1000, with the payout and limits table placed in the upper left corner. This is also where the advanced settings can be found, allowing you to switch from normal to full mode, change the video quality and turn off the sound. In the upper right corner, the chat box is placed, enabling the player to interact with the dealer.
Once the game is launched, the player submits the bet on the selected field by clicking on a particular chip and placing it onto the desired table area. This can either be done manually or you can simply place group bets by selecting the Race Track and Special Bets tabs displayed on the screen bar to the left.
In case you have a system of your own, Grand Roulette allows you to save up to 4 of your favourite bets which can later be accessed under My Bets button and modified at all times. The player's balance is displayed on the lower left part of the screen, with a Cashier and Quick deposit tabs right next to it, enabling faster and smoother depositing process, without leaving the main game screen.
Should you like to look at the records of the previous sessions, table statistics and wheel chart will display the hot and cold number and the detailed results of the last 100, 200, 500 or even 1000 spins, depending on your preference.
Excellent video and audio quality, combined with great functionality and features that make the entire experience practically flawless. The players can adjust pretty much every aspect of the game to suit their needs, turn to the dealer for additional assistance or launch the help section without interfering with the natural flow of the game.