Mines Games Pattern Spin a Win in Online Casino
Software studio Play tech quickly took notice of the success of game shows and ventured into the genre one year after the release of Evolution’s massively popular Dream Catcher. In February 2018, Play tech released a similar money-wheel game show called Spin a Win.
Playtech modeled Spin a Win upon the classic Wheel of Fortune game show that dates back to 1975. We hate to say it but this rendition seems like a ripoff of Dream Catcher in terms of rules, bet types, and gameplay.
|Spin a Win Summary|
|Release Date||February 2018|
|Game Type||Wheel-based game show|
|Betting Limits||$0.10 to $500|
|Compatible Devices||Desktop, iSO/Android Smartphones, Tablets|
|RTP Range||90.67% to 97.22%|
Apart from the setting, the main difference is that Spin a Win features a wheel with 53 rather than 54 segments. Players can additionally experiment with several side wagers on odd or even numbers and multiplier segments. Also, the wheel features three instead of four segments for number 10.
|Spin a Win Wheel Segments, Probabilities, and Theoretical Return|
|Outcome||Number of Wheel Segments||Probability of Hitting||Theoretical Return||House Edge|
|Odd Side Bet||30 segments||56.60%||97.22%||2.78%|
|Even Side Bet||21 segments||39.62%||91.67%||8.33%|
As you can see, the RTP is within the 90.81% to 97.22% range. No guaranteed strategy can improve your winning odds as the game is based entirely on chance. The best you can do is choose bets with a higher theoretical return.
The side bet on odd numbers stands the best chance of winning with an RTP of 97.22%, which is slightly lower than what single-zero live roulette has to offer. As for individual numbers, wagers on number 10 give you the best odds of winning with an RTP of 96.58%.