Roulette – Live Casino


Roulette is a game in which a ball is dropped onto a wheel with numbered holes in it while the wheel is spinning round.

In roulette, the object of each player is to make a correct guess as to which numbered pocket the white ball will land on.

Similarly, to the majority of other casino games, roulette is played against the house and players are not actually competing against each other.

Generally, there are 37 or 38 pockets, depending on the variant you play.

These contain numbers 0 through 36, but in double-zero games there is an additional 00 pocket.

Since this is a game of chance, one of its principal characteristics is that it is subject to the law of independent trials. In other words, there is no way for players to know the result and plan ahead what bets to make in order to correctly predict the outcome of the toss. Therefore, each toss of the ball is an independent event by itself and as such, it is not affected by preceding spins and does not impact the outcomes of subsequent tosses, either.

The likelihood of each number coming up is exactly the same as that of the remaining numbers. Randomness is precisely what makes roulette so exciting – you never know when you are going to pocket a nice payout.


Prior to joining a roulette game, be it in an online or a land-based casino, players need to familiarize themselves with the specifics of the roulette table equipment.

We can differentiate between two types of roulette wheels, the first one being the so-called European wheel which contains 37 divisions or pockets.

One of those is colored in green and contains the single zero, while the remaining pockets are colored in alternating black and red and contain numbers 1 through 36.

The zero is normally positioned between pockets 26 and 32.

The numbers on the wheel are ordered in a seemingly chaotic sequence so as to ensure the randomness of results.

Odd and even numbers are somewhat evenly distributed on the wheel as each odd number is normally followed by at least one even number.

Note that the zero is considered neither odd, nor even.

American wheels are frequently referred to as double-zero wheels because they contain one additional green zero pocket, 00, which makes for a total of 38 divisions on the wheel-head.

The double zero is also added on the table’s layout.

The number sequence around the wheel-heads of American wheels differs greatly from the sequence used on their French cousins.

The two zero pockets are normally positioned opposite one another but the same applies to all other numbers on the wheel.

There is no need to look closely to notice that number 1 is diagonally opposite to number 2, 13 is opposite to 14, and so on.

Since the number sequences differ, it is impossible to “announce” certain types of bets on double-zero wheels but we will touch upon those in further detail later on.

For the most part, the layouts of double-zero and single-zero tables coincide, the chief difference being there is one additional betting box to accommodate the 00 on the American tables.

There is a peripheral section where Outside bets are placed.

The main betting grid contains individual boxes for each number represented on the wheel.

European Roulette

  • Voisins du Zero sector

Voisins du Zero covers the 17 numbers positioned between 22 and 25 on the wheel, including 22 and 25.

In order to make one such bet, the player needs at least nine chips.

  • Tiers sector

Tiers sector covers one-third of the wheel’s numbers, namely those that lie between 27 and 33, included.

Since the bet involves twelve numbers, it requires six chips and each one is placed on one of the six splits.

  • Orphelins sector

Orphelins in European, are all the numbers left out of the Tiers and the Voisins sectors.

These are located within two separate sections of the wheel.

The first one consists of 17, 34, and 6 while the second one comprises numbers 1, 20, 14, 31, and 9.

The Orphelins bet requires five chips or more to make four Splits and one Straight bet.

American Roulette

American Roulette has two zeros:

  1. Zero (0)
  2. Double Zero (00)

Payout Chart


How can I play?

There are numerous elements to take it count at first glance.

  1. In order to play, first select a chip of the amount you would like to bet.
  2. When about to place a chip on any number or numbers combination you will be able to notice the number(s) dimming opposite of what they looked when they are not a about to be selected as it is shown below:

  1. Once the bet is confirmed, the chip will display on the number(s) selected.

  1. The winning outcome will pop up in the screen and if the player is entitled to any earning, those shall be displayed along

  1. There will always be a timer that indicates if players are still allowed to place any new bets:
    • PLACE YOUR BETS – Player is allowed place a wager.
    • LAST BETS – Player is still allowed to place a wager.
    • NO MORE BETS – Once this stage is displayed, no more wagers will be counted towards the game about to take place.
  1. Positioned on the sides there will be:
    • Hot numbers.
    • Cold numbers.
    • The last 10 winnings numbers

  1. There will be an icon on the left side of the UI that will display a Menu with the Bet limits & Rules for Roulette in order to get acquainted with the game:

  1. Other useful features for players’ experience:
    • Undo bet.
    • Clear wagers.
    • Double the bet.
    • Auto re-bet.
    • Chat

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