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Casino Roulette, beloved by Bond villains and action heroes, this online roulette version of the European class of the casino game is probably the most glamorous and well known version of the game. With online Roulette all you need to do is to pick a number from 37 numbers, make a bet, spin the online roulette wheel.
To play Casino roulette, you make a simple bet, or combination of bets including table bets and super special betting patterns. These are only restricted by the table and the betting type limits. So just place your bet and spin the wheel. Once the wheel is spun the ball will roll in the opposite direction, ricocheting from the edges of the wheel, coming to rest at a random number pocket.
In online and casino roulette, a dolly is used to represent all bets made on the table. If your number comes out, you collect, if not, all bets are cleared.
Online Roulette is the most classic casino game of all. And it's so easy to play! Place roulette bet, pick a number and spin the ball. Don't believe us? Why not try free online roulette today?
You place chips by using the left mouse button and you remove them by using the right mouse button or by clicking the Retract button (F2). The retract button withdraws all of your placed bets.
The Re-bet (F1) option allows you to instantly copy all bets that you made during the previous spin.
To make more funds available for play please click on the cashier ($) icon. You cash out simply by leaving the game (X icon). All your winnings will then be automatically added to your CasinoRoom.com account.
All number bet wins are automatically added to your stack. Outside bets, however, are added to your bet. To claim those, if you do not wish to play the same bet again with twice the amount, please remove chips from the bet.
You can review the outcome of previous rolls by accessing the history tab located at the right hand side of the game window.
Other players can join you to place bets at the same time, every player has it own chip color.
When you've finished placing all your bets it's time to spin the wheel. You do so by pressing Done (F3). You can follow the outcome of the spin in the expanded Wheel Spin window.
The object of the Roulette is to successfully pick the right number, the right feature of that number (such as colour) or to bet on the right section of numbers. The winning number is decided by spinning a ball in a revolving wheel consisting of 37 numbers in the European version (one zero) or 38 numbers for the American Roulette featuring both a zero and a double zero.
Do note that the order of numbers in the wheel differs between American and European Roulette.
The Roulette layout is divided into two separate fields - the number layout and the outside chances field.
The number layout consists of thirty six numbers, a zero and a double zero (exists only in American roulette), making a total of 37 or 38 playable numbers. The zero and the double zero plays exactly the same way as all the other numbers but are not included in any outside chances bets. The outside chances field is the common name of the twelve outside chances divided into two separate types of bets. Six 1 to 1 bets, red, black odd, even, high numbers and low numbers, and six 2 to 1, three columns bets and three dozen bets.
Playing the numbers is easy and can be very rewarding. After deciding what number to play there are several options available. The easiest bet is to simply place a chip straight up on the number. By doing so, you play that number only. Other options includes splitting the bet between two connecting numbers like 1-2 or 6-9, playing corners which are placed in the crosshair of four numbers, streets, three number in a row for example 4 through 6, or playing a sixline which is a double street.
|Straight up||Single number||35 to 1|
|Split||Two adjacent numbers||17 to 1|
|Corner||A quadrant of numbers||8 to 1|
|Street||A row of three numbers||11 to 1|
|Sixline||Two rows of three||5 to 1|
|European House Special||0-1-2-3||8 to 1|
|American House Special||0-00-1-2-3||6 to 1|
The European Roulette features two special street bets: 0-1-2, 0-2-3 and The American Roulette three special street bets: 0-1-2, 0-00-2 and 00-2-3.
By playing outside chances bets you will cover a great amount of numbers in just one bet. The outside chances bet can be divided into two categories: those that pay 1 to 1 and those that pay 2 to 1. If the ball lands on number within a field or category that you have bet, you win. 1 to 1 bets includes the colour bet red/black, the even bet even/odd and the hilo bet high/low. By making a 1 to 1 bet, you cover 18 numbers. All 2 to 1 bets cover 12 numbers each.
|Colour Bet||Red or Black||1 to 1|
|Even Bet||Even or Odd||1 to 1|
|High / Low||1-18 or 19-36||1 to 1|
|Column Bet||Row 34, 35 or 36||2 to 1|
|Dozen Bet||1-12, 13-24 or 25-36||2 to 1|
(Note: All outside chances bets lose on 0 and 00)
You can place number bets on the 0 and 00 just like on any other number. The payout is exactly the same. But neither 0 nor 00, however, is included in any outside chances bet. So if any of the zeros hit, all outside chances lose.
Roulette becomes really exciting when you start combining bets. By spreading various types of number bets across the layout you not only spread the risks but also face some potentially huge wins if luck strikes.
Say your favourite number is "8" and you cover it with a straight up bet, a split bet, a street bet and a corner bet. You spin the wheel and 8 hits. Your total win will then bet 35+17+11+8= 71 times the amount of one chip! So if you placed these bets using $1 chips, an initial bet of $4 suddenly turned into $71 - plus the four winning chips left on the layout! Not bad.
You can also combine outside chances with number bets. One fine example of this would be to play a rather large bet on red and securing that with a small straight up bet on zero as cover. Just in case.
By looking at the wheel you can also figure out adjacent numbers making it possible to cover a specific pie section of the wheel. Roulette games can be very wild or very slow depending on your preference. It's all up to you! Happy spinning!
|BET NAME||NUMBERS||MAX BET||PAYOUT|
|Straight up||Single number||5 chips||35 to 1|
|Split||Two adjacent numbers||5 chips||17 to 1|
|Corner||A quadrant of numbers||5 chips||8 to 1|
|Street||A row of three numbers||5 chips||11 to 1|
|Sixline||Two rows of three||5 chips||5 to 1|
|European House Special||0-1-2-3||5 chips||8 to 1|
|American House Special||0-00-1-2-3||5 chips||6 to 1|
|Colour Bet||Red or Black||15 chips||1 to 1|
|Even Bet||Even or Odd||15 chips||1 to 1|
|High / Low||1-18 or 19-36||15 chips||1 to 1|
|Column Bet||Row 34, 35 or 36||15 chips||2 to 1|
|Dozen Bet||1-12, 13-24 or 25-36||15 chips||2 to 1|
The term Hot Table (HT) is an accumulation of rounds where the house makes a net loss, i.e. a round where the players win more than they lose. If 9 of the 15 rounds is won by the player(s) the tables is considered to be a HT.
The term Burning Table (BT) is when the elevated state of HT is reached and the player(s) at that table wins 11 out of 15 rounds.
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