How to Play
Playing wheel games is very simple, you just pick a segment of the wheel that you think is going to hit and then bet on it. Then the dealer spins the wheel and if you hit the number you get paid.
The only decision is if you want to go for a big pay off, accepting that there is only a small chance you will hit it, or do you want to try for a small payoff, knowing it is much more likely to hit.
Dreamcatcher has six betting options: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 40. Each number pays out its face value, so if you bet on 1 you get paid 1:1 and if you bet on 5 and hit it you get paid 5:1. In addition to these numbers, there is also a 2x and 7x multiplier. How the multiplier works is that if the wheel lands on the multiplier area then all bets remain and the wheel is re-spun. Anyone who wins then gets their bet multiplied beyond what it would normally pay out.
The RTP for Dream Catcher is 96.58%.
- There are 23 spots with the number 1 on them.
- There are 15 spots with the number 2 on them
- .There are 7 spots with the number 5 on them.
- There are 4 spots with the number 10 on them.
- There are two spots with the number 20 on them.
- There is one spot with the number 40 on it.
- Both the 2x and the 7x multipliers have just one spot each.
Wheel of Fortune
Wheel of Fortune (the live dealer game, not the game show) is very straightforward. The wheel is divided into three colours, which are black, grey, and red. There are also eighteen segments which are numbered 1 to 18, and a nineteenth segment, which is a cup.
There are a number of different bets you can make. You can bet a number or the cup straight up, and that pays 17:1. Alternative you can bet on 1 to 6, 7 to 12 or 13 to 18 which all pay 2:1. You can also bet on 9 or less or 10 or more and these bets pay 1:1.
In addition to betting on numbers, you can also bet on colours.
Grey, red, and black all pay 2:1.
Finally, you can also bet on odd or even, which pays 1:1, or on a number and colour combination (for example even red, or odd grey) which pays 5:1.