Gold Bar Roulette is another Live Casino version of the traditional table game from Evolution. Like its older cousin, Lightning Roulette, it makes the classic game even more exciting than usual by featuring multipliers that can increase payouts far beyond their regular levels. The big difference in Gold Bar Roulette is that you, the player, can choose which number will be lucky enough to receive the multiplier and how much that multiplier will be worth.
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Gold Bar Roulette Info and Facts
More Gold Than Fort Knox
One of the first things that you'll notice when you launch this game is all the gold that's on display. Like most Evolution games, Gold Bar Roulette is broadcast from a purpose-built studio, and this one has been designed to look like a bank vault that's packed to bursting with bars of gold bullion. Those bars aren't here solely for aesthetic purposes, as we'll explain shortly, but the abundance of gold will certainly help to get you in the mood for winning.
The game itself is played in the antechamber to the main bank vault, and it focuses, as you'd expect, on a roulette wheel. This wheel sits on an ornate pedestal, and it has a European Roulette layout, so it has just one green zero. Talking of colours, the traditional red and black numbers are shown on the wheel, but they are displayed as brown and black on the betting interface at the bottom of the screen. That suits the gold design very well and gives the whole game a very elegant look that you can't fail to appreciate.
How to Play Gold Bar Roulette
Playing Gold Bar Roulette is just as straightforward as playing a regular game of European Roulette, so it's a game that most people will be able to get to grips with in a matter of minutes. It begins with placing a bet, and you can do this by positioning casino chips on the areas of the betting layout which represent your chosen outcome.
The main betting layout allows you to bet on individual numbers, as well as on the dozens, columns, corners, high, low, odd, even, red, black, and so on. There is also a racetrack layout positioned in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen that lets you place French bets such as Tier, Orphelins or Voisins. In short, you can place any standard roulette bet you can think of, and if you want to make multiple bets at the same time you can do so.
Behold the Bars
When you and any other players have placed your bets, the presenter will open the large vault at the back of the room. This will reveal anything from 1 to 20 gold bars that can be won from the approaching spin of the wheel.
Using Your Gold Bars
Gold bars are desirable because you can use them to place Straight Up bets at no cash cost and get a payout of 88x if your number comes up. You can use several gold bars to enhance the potential payout of several numbers in the same round, and you can combine gold bars and cash bets on the same numbers if you want to try and win even more. Even better, you don't have to use your gold bars immediately. On the contrary, you can hang onto them for as long as 180 days.
Gold Bar Roulette Payout Schedule
The odds paid for a winning Straight Up bet in Gold Bar Roulette are slightly lower than those paid in a regular game of European Roulette. That's because you'll also win gold bars when a successful Straight Up bet has been made. The payouts for other outcomes, such as the dozens, columns, odd, even and so on, are much the same as in standard versions of Roulette.
Give a Gold Star to the Gold Bar
The addition of gold bars to the ever-popular game of Roulette is a stroke of genius, and whoever thought of Gold Bar Roulette deserves a medal. This is a massively entertaining offering from Evolution that all Live Casino game fans should play at least once.