The odds can be some difficult to know, for example Roulette express, the bet I won is any three neighbors. The first number is sure, any number will do, the second ball, must land one or two pockets before or after the first ball. The third ball must if a gap land there, or if not gap just before or after the previous two, the balls can not land on a slot allready hit. So the second ball has one number less to land on and the third two numbers. The table design and three balls make the table usefull only for the Express bets. Betting normal like an EC gives a loss if one win, break even if two Vin an a win of six if all win. If chose "Express" option we win 8.1 times if all win , I think the table is only good if we want to make special bets, otherwise the more common tables are better. Tables with no HA use to have 10% tax on net wins, and is good for the player, but only if many bets are done in the session, so HA has impact. If we place a fat bet on red, say 500 Euro, and plan to try once, the normal roulette which pay half on zero is better, as 1.3% disadvantage is for one bet smaller than the 10% commission, we get all the win not 90%. If turning the bankroll over many times the no HA is a better offer.