Wheel Of Light Or Roulette? Which Is Better?

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A not so distant cousin of roulette, Wheel Of Light shows a different way of enjoying the infamous, yet irresistible, devil’s wheel.


Wheel Of Light barely needs a ball to determine the winning combination. Instead, it is the colorful lights, which perform the said task.

Other than the absence of number pockets, the red and black bets are also replaced by hi and lo wagers. At any rate, there is no need for the red and black bets since there are more than two (2) colors involved in the game.

However, if there is one thing that will make you really feel that Wheel Of Light is very much like roulette, this is the multiple betting option and the existence of a single zero.

The single zero increases the player’s winning possibilities. Usually, this feature can be seen only in French and European roulettes. But to see this in Wheel Of Light creates a great relief to many players.

As mentioned, it also has the multiple betting option. Like the single zero, it also increases your winning possibilities and lessens your risks. It prevents you from putting all your eggs in a single basket.

Nevertheless, if there’s one thing that you want to add in Wheel Of Light and make it as the ultimate roulette variant, this is the La Partage Rule—the one that gives back half of your bets whenever the ball lands on zero. Other than that, Wheel Of Light is indeed, a must-play game.

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