Gotta love a bit of roulette, especially when it’s live and immersive like this one (clue was in the name, I guess).
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The invention of the live dealer casino game was a masterstroke, really, wasn’t it? A genius move. Maybe not the most difficult invention, but genius nonetheless as it brought the casino right to your bedroom, and later, right to your phone.
Right now live dealer has never been better, and Immersive Roulette is true testament of that, offering a silky smooth live casino experience played at standard speed, which is great for the experienced player.
Indeed, Immersive Roulette is surely aimed at the veteran ‘rouletter’; the visuals are polished and professional, while the gameplay is like what you’d expect to see anywhere. No weird quirks or confusing elements, just pure, unadulterated roulette.
As said above, everything is standard, so to put bets on you just have to choose your bet then click a field to add chips to that section. If you make a mistake, it’s nice and easy to rectify with a little right click of your mouse.
All the usual options are open; neighbour bets, individual numbers, streets, splits, squares, columns, dozens, red / black, lows / highs – all that jazz.
And if you really want, you can also chat along with other people playing and change the camera angle too. Two cool little features to bring that added layer of realism to an already impressive game.
This is excellent, it really is. Whether it’s the best live roulette option out there, I’m not so sure, there is some stiff competition out there from Roulette Live, but as a standalone game it very good.
It’s a no-frills version of roulette, which I think makes it stand out the most. In this day and age, it’s not always easy to find a great, standard version of a game you love. There’s so many variants these days, so many alternatives desperate to catch your eye that it’s hard to find that proper untouched classic.
And that’s Immersive Roullete in a nutshell. Proper, untouched, and classic roulette.
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Author: Tom M.
Tom has been creating online content for over 10 years now starting way back as a small, impressionable 16-year-old. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.