Mike Tyson Roulette
|Reels||Paylines||Min Bet||Max Bet||Progressive JP||RTP|
|N/A||N/A||0.10p||£100||No||94.74% base game, 95.79% bonus game|
What do you get if you cross one of the world’s greatest heavyweight boxers with one of the most popular classic casino games? Mike Tyson Roulette! Mike Tyson Roulette is made by Inspired Gaming – a company which is best-known for its virtual sports and racing games. It provides an exciting twist on the traditional game of roulette thanks to the Knockout Bonus which offers Power Prize Multipliers. You can play the roulette game with bets of 10p to £100, and the rules are based on European Roulette. All you need to do is bet on the number that you think the ball will land on once the wheel has finished spinning, and if your prediction is correct, you’ll win the associated cash prize. The payout rates start at evens and go all the way up to 35/1.
As the game loads, you see an image of Mike punching across a roulette wheel in front of a black-and-white city skyline. Once you click anywhere to continue, you’re presented with the betting area which is made up of several different sections, all of which correspond with one or more segments on the roulette wheel. On the far-left, there’s the green 0, and to the right of it, there are red and black boxes containing numbers 1 to 36. Along the bottom, you have the option to bet on the “1st 12” numbers, numbers 1 to 18, evens, the “2nd 12” numbers, red, black, odds, the “3rd 12” numbers, and numbers 19 to 36. On the far right-hand side, there are three betting positions which allow you to bet 2 to 1 using the Knockout Bonus Feature.
It’s simple and quick to get started on this game, and if you get stuck, the full rules are available via the settings menu. To start a new game, you must place at least 10p in chips on the betting area. You can change the chip values using the chip area underneath the table. If you make a mistake, click Clear All Bets or Clear Last Bet, or if you wish to start another game using the same wager as your first game, click the Repeat Bet button. You can either place a single bet or multiple bets, including a split bet where the chip is placed in-between two numbers on the table. As the paytable shows, there are ten different types of bets which you can place on Mike Tyson Roulette, each of which comes with its own odds:
- Single Number (Straight) = 35/1
- Pair (Split) = 17/1
- Three Numbers (Street and Trio) = 11/1
- Four Numbers (Corner & Top 4) = 8/1
- Six Numbers (Avenue) = 5/1
- Columns = 2/1
- Dozens = 2/1
- Red/Black = Evens
- Even/Odd = Evens
- 1 to 18 and 19 to 36 = Evens
No pun intended, but Mike Tyson Roulette really packs a punch with its Knockout Bonus, as it makes the playing experience even more exciting than usual. To have a chance of entering the feature, you’ll need to place a chip on the Knockout Bonus segment of the table if the ball lands on the Knockout Bonus segment, a new screen containing twenty different multipliers loads. Ideally, you want to knock out two multipliers each time you click the “Knockout” button without K.O.’ing the two power prize multipliers. The game makes you a cash offer after every K.O., and you can either choose to accept it or continue removing multipliers in the hopes of receiving a better offer. Play like a pro – win like a champ in this game! For more casino game fun why not check out 3D Roulette?