- How to Play
- Game Controls
The game of European Roulette is an old casino favourite. The game uses a wheel which has 37 numbers listed along its rim, coloured in alternating red and black. The wheel is spun and a ball is thrown onto the spinning wheel, the aim of the game is to guess which number and/or colour of the roulette slots the ball will land on.
Next to the wheel is a betting area where chips are placed to represent the player’s bet before each spin of the wheel. The famous line "No More Bets" comes from the game of Roulette.
How to Play:
Read our simple instructions on how to play European Roulette using our easy to use software.
- Click on a chip to select the value of the bet.
- Click on the area of the table which represents the bet you wish to make. With each left-click one chip of the value you chose will be added to the table, right-click to remove a chip. It is possible to change the chip value by going back to step 1. When removing chips, if the currently selected chip value is bigger than the chip you are removing then the whole bet will be removed from that area of the table.
- Spin the wheel by pressing “Spin”.
Here is a quick guide to what the buttons in the game do.
Rebet Click to make the same bets as in the last game Clear Bets Clears the table of all bets Spin Spins the wheel Skip Turn If you’re playing in multi-player mode this allows you to skip your turn.
You can use the following keys instead of the game buttons when playing Roulette:
Number keys Are used for chip amounts, each key represents a different chip depending on your betting limits; it is possible to change what each key represents. Spacebar Will place the same bets as in the last round, a second press will spin the wheel. Tab Toggles between buttons in the game. Enter Equivalent to clicking a button. Escape Exits the games and returns you to the lobby.
It is possible to bet on almost any number and/or colour combination. The different combinations are described below and their payouts are listed in the following table.
- Straight Up: Place a bet on any number by placing chips on the relevant number on the board. Each game specifies what the maximum bet is.
- Split Bet: Place the chips on the line between two numbers to bet on them both, the maximum bet is double the maximum on the Straight Up bet.
- Street Bet: This is a bet on a row of three numbers; place this bet by putting your chips on the boundary of the row on the board. The maximum bet is three times that of the Straight Up bet.
- Corner Bet: You can bet on four numbers by putting your chip on the corner where all four squares meet. The maximum bet is four times that of the Straight Up bet.
- Four Bet: To bet on the first four numbers, i.e. 0,1,2,3 place your chip on the line where the zero and first row meet. The maximum bet is four times that of the Straight Up bet.
- Line Bet: A Line Bet is a bet on two Street Bets, do this by putting your chips on the line where they meet on the board. The maximum bet is six times that of the Straight Up bet.
- Column Bet: The board contains three columns of numbers, at the end of each there is a box which says “2 – 1”. If you place your chips on one of these boxes you are betting on its row of numbers. The maximum bet is ten times that of the Straight Up bet. If the result is any of the numbers in the column you win 2:1.
- Dozen Bet: You can bet on either the first, second or third group of twelve numbers on the wheel. To do this, place your chips on one of the boxes “1st 12”, “2nd 12” or “3rd 12”. It pays 2:1 and the maximum bet is ten times that of the Straight Up bet.
- Low/High, Red/Black and Even/Odd Bets: These bets relate to half of the numbers on the board excluding zero. The maximum bet is twenty times that of the Straight Up bet and it pays 1:1.
- Minimum Position Bet: This is a bet at least equal to the amount indicated by the “Min” on the board.
Winning Number Display
This displays the result of the last 13 spins of the wheel.
If your chip covers Name of Bet Payout 1 number Straight Up 35 to 1 2 numbers Split Bet 17 to 1 3 numbers Street Bet 11 to 1 4 numbers Corner Bet 8 to 1 4 numbers Four Bet 8 to 1 6 numbers Line Bet 5 to 1 12 numbers Dozen Bet or Column Bet 2 to 1 18 numbers Red/Black, Even/Odd or Low/High Bets 1 to 1
Don’t forget that when using the zero you can make bets for two, three and four numbers, for example, 1+0, 1+2+0 or 1+2+3+0.