Online Roulette

If there is one game that epitomises the essence of gambling, Roulette is it. With its large wheel and long table, it has a reverence that extends beyond that of online pokies and all other table games. While the land-based version has not lost it popularity, online Roulette has become incredibly popular with players looking to win big at home or on the go. Available at all top-rated sites, it is perfectly suited for both novices and experienced players with full range of betting options.

How to Play

For those who are new to the game, online Roulette is played in exactly the same way as the standard land-based version. You can find it in the card and table section of no deposit casinos and it’s often a featured title too.

The digital version consists of a single screen displaying the table and the virtual wheel. At the bottom of the screen you will find the game buttons and the virtual chips.

The European version is the most popular, as it offers the full range of betting options and has a lower house edge compared to the American version. As with the land-based version, the wheel contains 37 slots and is numbered from to 36. The numbers are coloured in red and black alternating around the wheel. The final slot is reserved for the zero, and is coloured in green.

Roulette is much like online pokies in that there is no way to predict the outcome of the game. Once the wheel spins, the random number generator chooses which number the ball will drop into. As such, all strategies revolve around the bets you place.

Basic Bets

To place a bet, simply click on the virtual chips at the bottom of the table and place them on one of the highlighted areas on the table. Single and multiple bets can be placed, as long as they are in line with the table limits. The easiest bets to place in online Roulette are the outside wagers. These include red/black, odd/even and high/low and pay out 1:1.

With red/black you are trying to predict whether the ball will drop on a red number or a black number. With odds/evens you are predicting if the number will be odd or even. With high/low, the 36 numbers are split into low (1-18) and high (19-36). Another popular outside wager is the dozen or column. Here, the numbers are split into three sections of 12 and pay out 2:1.

Advanced Betting Options

While it may not pay out as much as real money slots, there is still plenty of chance to win big. Inside wagers like streets, corners, pairs and triples pay out more, but are risker to place. The highest is a straight or single wager on an individual number. A correct prediction will pay out 35:1.

Once you have put your chips down, you can click on the spin button and the wheel will start turning and the ball will be dropped in to it. When the wheel comes to a stop, the ball will drop into one of the coloured slots and determine the payout outcome.

Easy, fun and potentially very lucrative, online Roulette delivers premium entertainment every time!