European Roulette

European Roulette


About European Roulette

Now, if you’re familiar with European Blackjack, you’ll know that the European versions of these popular casino games aren’t too different from their American counterparts as they’re basically the same game but with a few subtle tweaks. These subtle tweaks, however, are sometimes the difference between a big win and a loss. The main difference between European Roulette and American Roulette is that the European version has 37 pockets for balls to land into whilst American Roulette has 38, this means that the house edge is actually favourable on the European version.

What is Roulette?

Due to its variety of unique betting options Roulette is a popular casino game around the world. Like slots, Roulette has a number of different variations but each one is tailor-made for certain countries and players. The reason Roulette is so popular is due to its simplicity to grasp and play, whether that would be in front of a live audience or sat behind your computer screen. The original Roulette was created in the 17th century by a man who was attempting to create a motion slot that didn’t require electricity, he failed in his goal but ended up creating the Roulette wheel.

How to Play Roulette

Type of Bets

You might have gone into this game and started thinking what on earth is going on here? What is a “Voisins Du Zero”? Well, here you can find out!

Bet Name:What provides a win?Payout (Standard game)
Straight UpAny singular number35/1
SplitOne bet on two joined spaces17/1
StreetAny three numbers (horizontal)11/1
TrioAny three numbers that involve a 011/1
CornerAny for adjoined numbers in a square8/1
Six LineAny six from two horizontal lines5/1
ColumnBet on all numbers from one line2/1
DozenBet between 1-12, 13-24, or 25-362/1
Odd/EvenBet the number will be odd or even1/1
Red/BlackBet the number will be red or black1/1
HalfsBet the number will be either 1-18 or 19-361/1

Voisins Du Zero - Places two chips on the trio of 0-2-3, one on the 4-7 split, one on 12-15, one on 18-21, one on 19-22 one on 25-26-28-29 and finally one on 32-35. The payout for this bet depends on what number the player lands on.

Orphelins - Places a straight up on the number 1, and splits on 6-9, 14-17, 17-20 and 31-34. The payout for this bet depends on what number the player lands on.

Tiers - Places a split on 5-8, 10-11, 13-16, 23-24, 27-30 and 33-36, meaning that all wins will be valued at 17/1 or in this case 17/6.

Use the chips in the middle of the slot to select your stake and drag each chip onto the sections you wish to play. Players can bet a maximum of £100.

The Boss Believes: European Roulette Review

European Roulette is one of the most popular renditions of the game, as it’s easy to understand gameplay makes it one of the most popular games amongst our table games library. There aren’t too many differences between this game and the American version but with a lower house edge, it is clear why this version is more popular in Europe. If you aren’t entirely familiar with this fantastic casino game, check out our How to Play Roulette guide.

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