LEEDS, ENGLAND, July 19, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Everybody knows all good things come in pairs: shoes, socks, salt and pepper shakers, semi-detached houses, even Jedward. Now we can add the classic casino game Roulette to that list, because online casino
giants, Sky Vegas, have announced the launch of Double Action Roulette, a brand new game available inside their casino lobby this July.
This superb game conjures up double the excitement and double the fun as players spin for double the winnings! Double Roulette affords more options than traditional Roulette and offers bets with much higher odds too, meaning players, if they win, stand to win larger sums of money.
Based on a traditional roulette wheel, Double Action Roulette delivers two winning numbers from a single spin. How you ask? Well, there are two sets of numbers (inner and outer rings) situated in opposing order on a single wheel, so one spin marks two numbers. There's also the Double Action table layout, which consists of two identical areas accommodating bets for one of the two sets of numbers on the wheel.
However, that's not all. What really marks this game out as a future Sky Vegas favourite is the Double Action track, which gives players the chance to place bets on any two identical numbers. This is where the big bucks can be won. With odds of just 1200 to 1 on two identical numbers popping up, you needn't call a favour from Lady Luck before spinning the wheel of fortune!
The rules and procedures for playing Double Action mirror those widely acknowledged in traditional Roulette, so you'll never be caught out playing this newer, more intense version.
Double Action Roulette joins a growing list of casino games offering unrivalled fun and excitement on the online platform. Many of Sky Vegas' most popular games, including Rainbow Riches
, Alice in Wonderland and Deal or No Deal, reward players with life changing sums of money as superb prizes.
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About Sky Vegas
Sky Vegas is the online casino division of BSkyB. Established in March 2003, it now boasts more than 200 games including slots games, table games, instant win games, penny arcade and community games. Sky Vegas does not accept customers from the USA and operates fully within UK law under a licence issued by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.