Premium Roulette Pro Review
Functioning as the de facto sequel to Roulette Pro, this updated title from Playtech forms a key part of their library of roulette games. If you’ve ever played Roulette Pro then you’ll know what to expect but, if not, you’ll still be in for an easy time.
There’s plenty to like about this sleek and sophisticated variant of European Roulette, which offers various customisation options and looks better than Roulette Pro ever did. Folks who enjoy their strategy will also be glad to know that the game records detailed statistics about playing history too.
Available wherever Playtech games are, it’s easy to think of this as the software provider’s primary roulette offering now that updates, support etc. for Roulette Pro have effectively been discontinued.
Hits and Misses
Gameplay & Excitement
Graphics & Sound
Like its predecessor, Premium Roulette Pro is really just a straightforward (but very appealing) online port of European Roulette as it’s played in bricks and mortar casinos. It’s a little flashier than Roulette Pro but retains most of its core functionality.
Options to customise the table you play at, along with updated visuals, have replaced the handful of call bets available in the original title and we think that’s a pretty fair trade. Casual players and even experienced gamblers will likely consider it to be an improvement on what came before.
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Gameplay & Excitement
Premium Roulette Pro takes all of the excitement of Roulette Pro and adds a few extra touches and features that we think players will love. For example, you can try different coloured tables and view in-depth statistics for your playing session.
While the differences between Premium Roulette Pro and Roulette Pro aren’t major, they all contribute towards making the former feel like a slightly more complete roulette experience. Adding just a little more polish has elevated the game to another level.
Graphics & Sound
Once again, just a few minor changes to the appearance Roulette Pro have resulted in Premium Roulette Pro looking vastly superior to its predecessor. The clunky silver metal of Roulette Pro, for example, has been replaced with polished wood in Premium Roulette Pro and the wheel looks much nicer as well.
The game now has much more in common with other flashier titles on the market than it does those early online casino versions of roulette, which never looked all that smooth or realistic.
Premium Roulette Pro Graphics
Roulette has always been difficult to replicate successfully on smaller mobile screens, particularly those of last gen smartphones, but Playtech has done a great job of it with Premium Roulette Pro.
They’ve achieved this primarily by stripping away some of the clutter, such as non-functional display chips at the top of the screen, of Roulette Pro and reducing the size of other items on the table.
Some players will still find navigating roulette tricky on mobile, and probably always will, but it’s much easier on something like an iPad or another tablet than it is on a phone.
Premium Roulette Pro played on Mobile and Tablet
It’s easy to think of Premium Roulette Pro as Roulette Pro’s older and better-looking sibling – the former does everything that the latter does just as well, and improves on it in a number of different areas. It’s easy to see why some roulette review sites consider it to be the jewel in Playtech’s collection of roulette games.
Premium Roulette Pro has just about everything you’d ever need from an online version of European Roulette, though we should mention that the absence of call bets (which are available on the main playing area of Roulette Pro) might sting those who enjoy French bets.Play for real at Mansion