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When you play Premium Roulette Pro, you enjoy lots of special features such as the Double option that allows you to double the wager on your bets as you play, the Rebet feature that allows you repeat your previous bets at the same bet amount, and an Autoplay button that enables you to set your preferences for up to 99 spins in a row. You also benefit from enhanced in-game information and statistics, and additional Call bets that aren’t available in many other Roulette games. The best way to view your call bets is via an exciting Racetrack View that displays the numbers in sequence in a linear way – your Call bets are easier to understand and monitor in this view, and to help you even further, you can see what numbers are covered by each bet by moving your cursor over each in turn. Call bets you can make in Premium Roulette Pro include Voisins du Zero, the Tier bet, Orphelins, Neighbours, and the Final bet. Another special feature that you can enjoy is saving up to four different bets, giving each its own unique reference number as you save, for easy reference and betting in future games.
Voisins du Zero is a 9-chip bet across 17 numbers, comprising of split bets, triplet bets, and corner bets. They are on the wheel near the zero, and you place your bet by clicking on the Voisins du Zero in racetrack view. The Tier bet is a 6-chip, 12 number bet and Orphelins is a bet covering 8 numbers, made up of split bets. The Final bet is the most complicated, and requires you to select an ‘end’ number (between 0 to 9) – the bet will then spread over all numbers that end with that digit, with one chip on each number. Neighbours bet is a bet on a number of choice (picked on racetrack view), and the two numbers on either side of it and it pays out like a Straght bet.