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Where to play Bagatelle
Bagatelle is a fixed-odds betting game, based on the classic traditional casino game roulette.
Instead of the ball spinning in a wheel like in traditional roulette, it’s launched on a bagatelle board. It bounces around off the pins before landing in one of the buckets at the bottom. There are several bets on offer that include the normal roulette bets (such as corner bets, straight bets, line bets etc) and there is also a “Neighbours bet”. These bets are described below.
Choose your stake (chip size)
Place chips on one or more of the bet options on the roulette board (The numbers you are betting on are highlighted as you hover the mouse over them.)
Select either ‘Bet Now’ for single game or ‘Auto-Bet’ to select up to 10 games
Wait for the result.
If the ball lands in one of the numbers you bet on then you’re a Winner! You then have the option of betting on the bonus round or collecting
Bagatelle Bonus Round
The Bonus Round gives you the chance to triple your winnings! All you do is simply select to bet on the bonus round (rather than collect) and you win or lose various amounts depending on where the bonus ball lands.
The bonus round consists of a continuous band of 34 slots running along the bottom of the bagatelle table, of which 23 are viewable at any one time. The ball is fired onto the table and has an equal chance of landing in any of the slots. Each slot has a value on it and the player is awarded an amount dependant on the value of the slot the ball lands in. The total band layout is:
You can continue to gamble on the bonus round until you collect your winnings, lose them all or reach the maximum payout limit.
Click on the repeat bet button to replicate your previous bet.
By selecting ‘On’, animations will not be shown and the ball will go straight to one of the end positions.
By selecting “Auto bet” you can choose to place 1,2,5 or 10 bets automatically one after the other. Select your bets as normal then select the number of auto-bets to do before clicking the bet now button.
After showing the result of a bet any winnings will be collected and the next bet will automatically start (placing the same chips as before). This will continue until the specified number of bets has been completed or you have insufficient credits to place the next bet.
The auto-bet will never bet on the bonus round but will instead just collect the winnings.
You can stop the auto-bet from continuing onto the next bet by clicking the “Stop Auto-Bet” button.
Types of bets available
A bet on the number being red
A bet on the number being black
A bet on the number being an odd number
A bet on the number being an even number
A bet on the number being low (1 through 18)
A bet on the number being high (19 through 36)
A bet on the number being within a group of twelve numbers. “1st 12” are numbers 1-12
“2nd 12” are numbers 13-24
“3rd 12” are the numbers 25-36
Column (2 to 1)
Placing a bet on the right hand side of the bet board (in one of the 3 boxes marked “2 to 1”) bets on the number being one of the 12 numbers in that column
A bet on one of the individual numbers (from 0 to 36)
A bet split between two numbers next to each other on the number grid
(Also known as a “Row” bet). Betting on a row of 3 numbers (eg 1, 2, 3)
A line bet covers two street bets (the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers. For example: 1,2,3 + 4,5,6)
Corner bets cover four numbers next to each other on the number grid (the bet chip is placed in-between the four numbers)
Neighbours bets cover five numbers next to each other on the reel.
Click on “Options” for additional features including:
Animation: by selecting ‘Off’, ‘animation will not be shown and the ball will go straight to one of the end positions. (This is the same as turning turbo on)
Sound: by selecting ‘Off’, no sounds will be played throughout the game.
How to Bet Demo: is an animated guide to Quick Bet Bagatelle.
Betting History: provides a summary and ‘More’ button for full details of all bets placed during each session.
Decimal Odds: selecting this option changes the way the odds are displayed to decimal format instead of displaying them all as fractions.
Minimum Stake, Maximum Stake* & Maximum Payouts
* This is the maximum stake as long as the potential maximum payout is not exceeded. If the maximum payout would be exceeded the maximum stake will be altered accordingly.