Game play from Land based Live Roulette tables can be a lot slower than play from a studio streamed table, so Authentic Gaming has come up with a solution, “Duo Roulette”.
Duo Roulette allows players to play more quickly, by either playing two tables at once or switching easily between one and another.
The main difference between Authentic Gamings Duo Roulette and other Multi Table playing interfaces is the tables are pre chosen for you.
You’re not able to add specific tables to the interface.
There are currently three options:
The playing Interface is the same for all of the Duo Roulettes.
The tables at the St Vincent Resort generally play quicker than the ones from the International Casino. But they are still slow when compared with online studio tables.
Of the two locations the St Vincent has the quieter tables.
In the video you’ll see me explain a bit more about the playing interface and see me play a few rounds at both tables.
Out of the two locations the International Casino tables are generally the slowest paced for online players. However you’ll see in the video they are not that slow.
Table volume is much better here, so much so that I’ve had to edit the sound down a bit so you can hear me.
You might be asking yourself why Auto Duo Roulette when we can already play Auto Double Wheel Roulette.
Why not have the Auto Roulettes use the Duo interface?
I like the idea, but the practicalities of playing two tables can be a problem.
As I’ve played using this interface more I’ve found that I tend to stick to one of the two tables shown, and only when the games slow right down do I switch to using the other table.
I also like that I can keep an eye on the trends on the two tables, so If I see a trend developing I might chose to place a bet and attempt to follow it.
The online casino operators will definitely like this as it maximises the opportunity for players to make more bets per hour.
It’s my understanding that the Save Bets functionality is currently in development. It will replace the existing version and be rolled out to Duo Roulette as well when it’s ready.
I have tried to be objective and consistent with all my live casino reviews. Hopefully, they will strike a chord with you, but I thought it might be helpful to explain the criteria I use to mark each of the casinos. Hopefully, the categories and explanations make sense.
Playability – What is the overall impression of the casino? Did I have a good time? are the dealers nice and chatty and is everything easy to understand? Does it have a good set of games and is there a comprehensive set of betting options? Are high stakes players taken care of?
Software – What is the software like to use and does it integrate well with the rest of the casino?. Are the images clear and is the video streaming fast? Have they taken more than the default shared tables? Is it available on mobile?
Payment Options – Does the casino have a good variety of payment options? Do they payout quickly and on time?
Security – How good is the reputation of the casino amongst other players? Do they hold a valid gaming license? Are they transparent about the security measures they have in place? Are they regularly audited? Do they publish this information?
Support – Do they have multiple methods for communication with me? Is support available 24×7? Do they have instant chat and are they quick to respond? Are they able to help me immediately? Do they have an online FAQ and self-help library? Are the support people knowledgeable about the product I’m playing?
Bonuses – Do they have bonuses?. How strict are the wagering requirements? Do they offer repeat bonuses?. Do they offer loyalty points and can they be redeemed for cash or playing credits?
After all that, would I play there regularly?