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How to play Double Ball Roulette?

How to play Double Ball Roulette?

In this blog, we are dedicated to a particularly exciting variant of the classic game of chance, roulette: Double Ball Roulette. The payout odds and game play describe the way Double Ball Roulette is played at In some blogs we have already written about Roulette. You can find interesting things about the history of the game, a blog explains the difference between French and American Roulette and math freaks can find out about the house edge.

Also the possible uses like neighbours and series were discussed in detail. Therefore I refer players with little roulette experience to the site and the blogs. But now to:

Double Ball Roulette

The basic difference to all other Roulette variants is the second ball!
This means that you have two ways to win on your bet.

Game play

At the end of the betting time, the dealer places two balls in a container on the edge of the roulette wheel. He then presses the black start button and both balls are “shot” through a tube into the wheel. The balls start to move in the upper part of the bowl, similar to a ball given by the dealer. Both move in the same direction. When the speed decreases, they can hit the obstacles in the bowl and also touch each other. When they come to a standstill in the number compartments, the winnings are determined.


The application possibilities are basically the same as for the known variants. I will list them briefly below, you can learn more on the blogs of

  • Tableau
  • Straight up
  • Split
  • Straight
  • Corner
  • Six Line
  • Dozen / Column
  • Dozens: The numbers from 1 to 12, 13 to 24 and 25 to 36.
  • Columns: The series of numbers from 1 to 34, 2 to 35 and 3 to 36.
  • Outside bets
    o Red/ black
    o High / Low
    o Even/ Odd

Of course, Double Ball Roulette also allows you to play series, finals and neighbours. If one of the two balls lands in the corresponding pocket, you get your prize.

  • Gold Bets
    In these bets, both balls must win. Of course, the payouts are also much higher.


  • One ball wins
  • Plein 17 to 1
  • Cheval 8 to 1
  • Transversal plein 5 to 1
  • Carre` 3.5 to 1
  • Transverse Simple 2 to 1
  • Two balls wins
    The possible applications can be recognised on the playing field by the colour gold
  • Dozen / Column
    If both balls in the numbered box of the dozen or column you are playing come to a stop, you get a payout of 8:1
  • Red, Black or RED/BLACK
    At the bottom of the betting area you will find a red and a black box with 3 TO 1. If both balls fall on red or black and you have bet this color, the payout is 3:1
    Between the red and black fields there is a field half red and half black. This field is marked 1 TO 1. If you play red/black, you win 1:1 if one ball lands in a red box and the other in a black box.
    To the left of the betting area is a golden oval box with the numbers from zero to 36. To win this bet, both balls must land in the same number. However, you can also play on the fact that either of the 37 numbers of the pot is hit by both balls. You can find this betting option on the betting area below zero.

Favourite – and special bets

To the right of the betting area there is another oval field for betting on numbers that are next to each other in the pot. You can also define your own favourite bets.

  • Neighbours
    To the right of the oval field you can specify the number of “neighbours” – the numbers to the left and right of the number played. If you click on the +, you increase the number, if you click on – you play fewer neighbours. Between + and – you can see how many numbers you play. To play the neighbours, click on the chip of the desired amount under the betting area and then click on the number in the oval field. You need three pieces for a number with one neighbour, five pieces for two neighbours and seven pieces for three neighbours.
  • Series
    You can play the zero game, the big and small series and the Orphelines just like in the casino.
    For the zero game you need four pieces, for the big series nine, the small series six pieces. The Orphelines are played with five pieces.
    You can find out more about these series and their payouts in the blogs on and under Help in the Live Casino.
  • Favourite bets
    If you click on the field with the asterisk, another window will open where you can save bets. If you click on the star again, it will close
  • Finals
    In the window with your favourite bets you can also play the finals. offers you the possibility to bet the finals a Cheval and also en Plein. For more information about the finals I refer you to previous blogs and the help in the Live Casino.


Due to the second ball and the resulting increase in the number of hits, Double Ball Roulette brings more gaming pleasure. The chance to get the payout of 1300 to 1 with a double hit in the gold field makes the game very interesting even for risk-taking players. The playing speed is pleasant. You have enough time to play your bets, but there is no boredom.

Double Ball Roulette complements the live games on very well and next time we will introduce a new game to you. So: Stay curious and have fun on