Published on September 22nd, 2018 | by Clare Louise


All About Bookies Roulette

For many FOBT games in clubs, pubs, betting shops and casinos have become a major source of entertainment among the modern players. These 6-foot simulators are considered as the crack cocaine of gambling.

What Is FOBT, Roulettes And Bookie Roulette?

To explain the term ‘roulette’, a fair knowledge of FOBT is needed. FOBT is a kind of electronic betting machine that stands for Fixed Odd Betting Terminal. Players can use such terminals to play popular casino table games such as ‘Roulette’. Roulette, named after the French word meaning ‘little wheel’, is a casino game played on a wheel with numbers (1-36) and colors red, black and green. The player first spins the wheel with hand and then throws the ball which stops at a particular number. The player then gets the decided betting price which was set prior to the spinning of wheel depending on the number being positive or negative, high (19-36) or low (1-18).

Now, the Bookie Roulette is an FOBT that allows you to play casino on the electrical machine. No wheel spin is needed to play this game; instead, the accessing is done with just finger touches.

Booming Of Bookies FOBT:

The computer age was brought in the 1980s where Random Number Generators (RNG) developed via microprocessors. The software was made for the gaming rules to follow – specific odds, details and the timings for payout tables. The codes could manage the winning or losing scenarios well; with each game. The RNG roulette software would tell the ball where to land the ball on the screen.

By 1990, the bookies FOBT boomed that followed the millennium. During this time, this game became popular in casinos and the lobbies of bingo halls. By the mid-90, developers developed virtual machines that provided payouts of around 97.3% fixed odd betting. In this time, this game was gaining actual popularity in the casinos and among bookmakers that acquired them.

By 2000, the games could offer unexpected high speed, high stakes betting via touch screen panels that stood over 6 feet tall in arcade-style cases. It was the beginning of the roulette machine boom, a prosperous growth that pushed over 32,000 terminals to enter Britain’s bookies’ shops.


The FOBT machines have found their place in the gambling world today very remarkably and its future has no limits. Roulette machines are one of the Gambling world’s greatest inventions and we should keep on spinning them.

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