Purpose of the game:

The game's aim is the same as in American Roulette: to predict which number out of 37 the ball will fall on.

European Roulette Wheel:

There are thirty-seven numbers on the European wheel, from 1 to 36 and 0 (ZERO). This game is sometimes referred to as "one-zero roulette."

Playing table and bets:

For the differences between the main types of roulette, read the Roulette playing table.

The player can place bets on:

  • A certain number
  • Combination of numbers
  • Whether the number will be red or black, even or odd, large or small

The size of payments and the expected value depends on how the bets were made.

Announced or Call bets:

The location of the numbers on the wheel allows players to make so-called Announces bets.

En Prison Rule:

In some European casinos, the following rule applies: When a "0" (ZERO) falls, bets placed on "equal chances" (Black / Red, Big / Small, Even / Odd) do not burn out but remain "in conclusion" on the game table until the next draw of the number.

French roulette is very similar to European, played on the same wheel with 37 numbers with one, but the playing table is somewhat different.

The goal of the game is the same - to guess which number the ball will fall on.

Although, of course, there is another important difference - dealers speak french! And if you want to play it, find out the name of the roulette terms.

When betting on an even chance, the "La Partage" rule is applied. the player loses only half of his bet if a zero rolls out.