Roulette is an extremely popular casino table game. The two main versions include American Roulette and European Roulette and the only real different between the two is that America Roulette has two green zeros and European Roulette has just one green zero. Both versions have individual slots numbered from 0-36.
All you have to do is try to predict where the ball will come to rest on the roulette wheel. Just like in a real casino, you will get to watch the ball spin around the roulette wheel, but these animations can generally be switched on or off to speed up the gameplay. Placing bets is simple, but like most other online casino games, we recommend practising in the free play mode for a few minutes just to get used to the betting techniques and the player controls etc.
Once you have finished placing your bets, you can hit spin. As soon as the ball has come to rest in one of the positions around the wheel, one round of roulette will be complete and you will be paid accordingly. A new game can then begin straight away.
The lowest cost for one spin usually starts from just $/€/£1.00 coins, but you can place individual bets from as little as $/€/£0.10. These limits are usually available on the low rollers tables. The main bet types include (from lowest to highest) 1-18 / 19-36 / Red or Black / Odd or Even, which all pay 1:1. This means that if you bet $/€/£5.00 on one of these outcomes and you win, you will be paid a total of $/€/£10.00 (your initial stake plus $/€/£5.00 winnings).
Other bets include Column/Dozen, Line, Corner/Four, Street, Split and Straight Up with odds ranging from 2:1 up to a maximum of 35:1. The different bet types and the odds should always clearly be on display for you, or they shouldn’t be too hard to find.
Online Roulette is generally available in the instant flash mode and from within downloadable casino software. Most individual games last just a few seconds and this is by far one of the most exciting casino table games available online today.