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There are 28 games in the Roulette category of which 28 playable demos
|Name||Category||Options||Software||Added on||Our rating||Their rating||Nb of voters||Other user's favorite||Times played|
|American Roulette||Roulette American Roulette||10/17/06||2.42||0||0||0||10240|
|French Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||10/10/06||2.41||0||0||1||7573|
|European Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||10/17/06||2.38||0||0||0||7904|
|Premier Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||1/21/07||2.37||1||1||0||8425|
|European Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||10/10/06||2.36||3||2||1||6095|
|French Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||4/20/07||2.34||5||7||2||21756|
|European Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||5/9/08||2.30||4||12||0||30975|
|European Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||11/25/10||2.26||4||10||0||42839|
|Multiview Roulette||Roulette American Roulette||8/9/10||2.26||3||1||0||5924|
|American Roulette||Roulette American Roulette||10/10/06||1.23||4||3||0||8164|
|Double Bonus Spin Roulette||Roulette American Roulette||11/12/06||0.99||0||0||0||7895|
|Roulette||Roulette American Roulette||11/2/06||0.98||3||2||0||9819|
|Double Bonus Spin Roulette||Roulette American Roulette||10/13/06||0.97||4||1||0||7806|
|European Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||8/2/06||0.95||4||7||1||19588|
|Roulette (with Section Bets)||Roulette European Roulette||10/13/06||0.90||0||0||0||5857|
|Roulette with Hot Streak Bonus||Roulette European Roulette||10/12/06||0.90||0||0||0||6216|
|Roulette (Players Suite)||Roulette European Roulette||10/12/06||0.89||0||0||0||5307|
|Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||5/8/09||0.00||0||0||0||5509|
|3 Wheel Roulette||Roulette European Roulette||5/8/09||0.00||0||0||1||5165|
Roulette is perhaps the most mythical game in the world of online and real-life casinos. In a fair online casino, it is justly called the queen of the casinos. Its popularity comes from its accessibility and from the wide variety of betting options it offers. Straight-up, street, red snake, six-line, red or black, the choice is yours! On top of that, the call bets, which allow you to bet without sitting at the game-table, offer the possibility to bet on bet combinations depending on the lay-out of numbers on the wheel thanks to the voisins du zéro, tiers, orphelins, a number and its neighbours and final bets.
There are several different types of roulette. French or European roulette is the oldest. English roulette admits a maximum of seven players, special tokens for each table and player and a specific table layout. American roulette has an additional square, the double zero (00). It is less interesting for the player since the bank’s advantage is higher than in the two types described earlier. The organisation of numbers on the wheel is different to the one in English and European roulette. Finally, there is also a Mexican roulette, which is identical to American roulette except for one element: it has one more square, the triple zero (000). It is therefore the version with the highest house edge. The most common varieties are the European and American roulette.
The rules of roulette are really easy to remember. There is a wide a range of bets. This article will shed some light on the various rules of roulette French, British, American or Mexican.
Roulette is a luck based game. Therefore the various methods put in place do not really influence how you play but how you bet. They are called “martingales” in French or betting systems in the English. This article looks at the most popular strategies. These strategies are infallible and they may
Like all other ancient games, the history of roulette is not really known. Some historians believe the game originated from China thanks to the existing communications by the Dominican monks. For some it was the ancient Romans who already used chariot wheels to play. Finally some think it