Roulette is one of those table games that anybody can play, as it all comes down to chance. Yet as it’s a casino game, you can still have that casino experience, just as if you were playing Blackjack or Poker. The aim of the game is simply to place a bet on a single number or group, a colour, even or odd, then spin the wheel. Sure, there are many different versions of the game, including a French Roulette and American Roulette, but if you want the one that set the standard, this is it. European Roulette is a great introduction to the game and also one to keep coming back to.
Pros & Cons
- Great introduction to Roulette.
- Simple to understand, easy to play.
- Good betting range from £1 to £100.
- Outdated graphics.
- No extra bonus features.
- No help with specialist bets.
How to Play
Once the game’s loaded up, you’re ready to enjoy one of the best versions of European Roulette online. You’ll see the betting table in front of you just like you would at a real-life casino. At the simplest level, all you have to do is place a bet on the table. You can place it on your favourite number, you can hedge your bets and go for a colour or for even or odd. However you want to play, simply select your chip and place it on the table. You can do that by choosing a chip from the bottom of the screen, which is where you will find your pot. The spin button on the right will begin the spinning of the roulette wheel – this will come into the middle of the screen and you can watch with anticipation to see if your lucky number comes up. If you want to autoplay, you can just hit the ‘auto’ button. It’s Roulette in its simplest form. And it’s fun!
When we talk about symbols here, we’re talking about all the different chips and visuals to look out for. The chips are at the bottom of your screen and you’ll see them varying from 1 to 5 to 10 to 25 to 50. You can select your chip and then place it on the table, on any number line, row or group that you choose. The table’s clearly signposted with all the numbers along with ranges (1-12, 13-24, 25-36) along with odd, even and colour.
The bonuses in European Roulette are all to do with the bets you make. Different bets have different limits and different payout ratios. For example, the payout for a single number is 35:1, meaning you’d get a 350 payout – the biggest payout available in Roulette. However, you can also win by strategically betting, so you could bet on a number, the colour, odd, middle dozen, etc. and receive multiple payouts from the same bet. The biggest bonus of Roulette is multiple betting, but deciding which bets to place is down to your and your betting strategy, so we have full control of our potential payouts!