French Roulette has great sound effects, colorful graphics, and many attractive features. The French Roulette is a variation of the original Roulette game, one of the most popular table games in the world.
The game is similar to the European variations, where the spin wheel has 37 divisions. Unlike the American version of the game, the ‘00’ division is absent in French Roulette.
French Roulette is a prediction game. The rotating wheel has 37 numbers along the circumference. The dealer spins the wheel and handles the payouts. The dealer spins the wheel and also places a plastic ball in opposite direction of the spinning wheel. The number slot in which the ball settles determines the winner of the bet.
At the outset, the players start betting on numbers of their choice. It can be a single number or a combination of two or more numbers. The dealer spins the wheel in one direction and the ball in the opposite direction. Even after the dealer spins the wheel, you will have the opportunity to modify the bet or cancel it. However, when he calls, ‘no more bets,' you have to stop betting.
Once the balls settles in its finale position the dealer will call the result.
Apart from the ‘00’ division, all the pockets are similar in this game, so the categories of bets are also similar. These include a bet on low/high, bet on a color, bet on odd/even, bet on a dozen, line bet and column. These are all outside bets. The inside bets include straight up bets, street bets, split bets and corner bets. The player chooses a particular type of bet and play the game. The payout is higher for the bets that are riskier, and are lower in the bets that have low risk.
French Roulette is one of the oldest and easiest casino games available in most casinos around the world. Easy to master, this game is perfect for all age groups.
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