Evolution Live Instant Roulette is single-zero European Roulette, played using 12 Auto Roulette wheels.
A single playing interface is used to place bets. Once Play Now has been pressed the next available auto roulette wheel to complete its spin is selected to give the player his result.
The game is fast-paced and runs as quickly as you can place and play your bets.
The next level of Speed Roulette is now Instant Roulette!
The 12 Auto Roulette wheels are laid out in a studio in three rows of four wheels. Each wheel is given a number, 1 thru to 12.
All wheels operate independently of each other and depending on the cycle some will be spinning in a clockwise direction and the others in an anti-clockwise direction. These alternate after each spin has been completed.
The wheels are computer-controlled, using air jets to fire the ball around the wheel. Once the ball comes to rest in a numbered pocket, lasers read the result and pass it through to the playing interface.
Once the play now button has been selected by the player, the wheel closest to finishing its spin is the one selected to provide the result
All players play independently from each other, selecting their own playtime and therefore the wheel that will give them their result.
While statistics are provided during the playing session, they are displayed on the results presented to each individual player, not the result of each spin on each wheel.
Instant Live Roulette, has obviously been designed for the impatient player, who wants to play quickly and on-demand using a real wheel.
This game of roulette plays like an RNG (Random Number Generator) game, in that the 12 wheels act as the RNG machine, but give real results rather than computer simulations.
I sort of see the sense in that.
However, I don’t see this version of roulette will be that popular with seasoned players that like to battle their wits against a single wheel, with its idiosyncrasies and perhaps some bias and previous results history.
I also question whether the game is really for players that want to play fast. It suits those that actually want on-demand spins, so they can control the pace of the game. In this aspect it’s ideal.
Of course, that’s just my opinion, I was wrong about Lightning Roulette, and I’m likely to be wrong about Instant Live Roulette!
The game does come with some familiar options:
All in all, this is an interesting addition to Evolution’s selection of roulette options.
I don’t think I’ll be playing on it much (if at all), but then Blackjack is my game.
If you prefer to watch, rather than read, I’ve recorded a 5-minute review of me playing Evolution Instant Roulette.