Roulette Guide


Roulette is another one of those games that players will instantly flock to as soon as they visit an online casino. You can now find multiple roulette varieties at most of today’s online casinos and you generally have the option of being able to play online roulette either in the real money mode or in the free play demo mode. It is also now possible to play roulette online either instantly in your web browser or from within a perfectly secure download client and from multiple devices. For example you can play roulette from your Windows PC or laptop, from your Mac operating system or from your smartphone or tablet device.

Some of the most common roulette varieties that you can find today at any decent online casino include America Roulette, European Roulette and French Roulette, and once you have learned how to play on one of these great games, all of the other roulette varieties that are currently available should be just as easy to learn how to play. The lowest cost per round usually starts from just $/€/£1.00 and some games allow you to spend up to as much as $/€/£500 or more per round. This means that online roulette caters to almost every betting range. There are many different ways that you can place a bet and the betting table is where you have to place your chips.

Once you have placed your chips on the table and then confirmed your bet, the roulette ball will then be released around the wheel and this will continue spinning until the ball comes to rest in one of the roulette wheel slots. If your initial guess was correct, you will be paid accordingly and then another new round of betting can begin straight away. Most rounds usually last for about 15 seconds max, but you can also speed up gameplay by using features such as spin/stop, which will eliminate the animations and therefore show you the result in much quicker time.

Some of the other online roulette games that you can play online today include Multi-Player Roulette, Multi-Wheel Roulette, Premier Roulette, 3D Roulette, Mini Roulette, Newar Roulette and Progressive Roulette, plus several other great versions also now exist. Let’s take a quick look at some of the different betting options that are generally available in roulette and the associated odds that are usually attached to these different bet types.

There’s the Straight Up bet which is when you place your chips on just one single number coming out. This generally comes with 35:1 odds. You then have the Split Bet which comes with 17:1 odds. This is when you place your chips directly between two numbers. You also have the Street Bet which comes with 11:1 odds. The next bet is the Corner/Bet and this comes with 8:1 odds. There’s the Line Bet which comes with 5:1 odds. The Column/Dozen Bet and the Odd/Even bet has 2:1 odds and the Red or Black Bet is a popular bet which comes with just 1:1. It shouldn’t take too long getting used to the betting table and once you have familiarised yourself with the odds/bet types, this can be a really exciting game.