One of the most famous casino games around, play a classic game of Roulette for a chance to win real cash prizes and have fun while doing so!
The aim of all roulette games is to correctly guess which area the ball will land on on the wheel.
You can place bets on individual numbers, a combination of numbers or areas of the wheel.
How to Bet
Start your game by placing your bet(s) - do this by selecting a chip from the tray at the bottom of your screen.
Decide what area(s) you want to place your bet on, then place chips on the corresponding areas of the betting table.
To remove a bet, click 'Undo' to remove the last bet placed, or 'Clear' to remove all bets placed.
Click 'Spin' to spin the wheel and start your game.
Press ‘Spin’ to start your game of Roulette.
|Straight Up||Bet on any number, including 0 by placing the chip on the centre of a number.||35:1|
|Split||Bet on two numbers by placing a chip on the line that divides the two numbers||17:1|
|Street||Bet on three numbers by placing a chip on the boundary line of the roulette table that is next to the corresponding row of three numbers.||11:1|
|Corner||Bet on four numbers by placing chips at the corner where the four numbers meet.||8:1|
|Line||Bet on two street bets (the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers), by placing your chip on the boundary line where the line dividing the two rows intersects it.||5:1|
|Column||Bet in one of the boxes labelled 2 to 1 to bet on that column of numbers. 0, is not included in any column.||2:1|
|Dozen||Bet on a group of twelve numbers by placing your chip in one of the three boxes marked 1st 12, 2nd 12, or 3rd 12. 0 is not included in any box.||2:1|
|Red/Black, Even/ Odd||Each of these bets contain 18 numbers. 0 is not included in any of them.||1:1|
La Partage (Half Back Rule)
You'll receive half of your stake back on all Even Money bets if the ball lands on zero.
Return To Player (RTP)
Return To Player (RTP): 98.65%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $98.65 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.