How To Play Roulette Online
The object of roulette is to correctly predict the slot in which the ball will land. By predicting the right number, you earn a payoff on your bet. The size of the payoff depends on how the bet was placed. Players can improve their chances of winning by placing bets on multiples of numbers, groups, odds/evens and reds/blacks. Skilled players know patterns and strategies to maximise their chances of winning.
If you're new to the game then you may want to review Roulette Strategy. The way you play may well be influence on the house edge or even the type of roulette game. Some sites will only allow simple betting whilst at Coral Casino for example you'll find that Voisins du Zero, Tiers du Cylindre, Finale Plein and Finale Cheval bets are offered in special outside track. Similarly William Hill's European Roulette has just one zero, a racetrack and special bets available to allow complex patterns to be easily created. American Roulette offers the player the advantage of a half-bet refund on even money bets when the ball lands in zero or double zero.
Like Blackjack, roulette online has become a much bigger game than when it first appeared. There are multiple variations of the game. Coral Casino for example have 15 different roulette games including Live Roulette, Premium Roulette, Age Of The Gods Roulette and Pinball Roulette. You will even find a version called Frankie Dettori's Jackpot. There's of course also games to play inside the Live Casinos of the all the big name brands. Bingo players can combine the bingo experience and roulette thanks to bingo versions of the popular table game from Tombola and Dragonfish.
Once no bingo site would entertain roulette as part of their roster. Now it along with slots and blackjack - as well as live casino - is part and parcel of every site. Virgin Games and others that use the Gamesys platform for example occasionally run promotions for players who enjoy Roulette Splendide. Like Blackjack there's also a Deal Or No Deal version of the game. This is currently exclusively only available to play under the "Games" section of William Hill.
Live Casino & Mobile Roulette
For the real roulette experience our advice is to try Live Casinos. Whilst each game has no bearing from one to the next, you do get that feeling of better interaction especially when you see a real person set the ball in motion. With computer versions of the game the result is usually pre-determined so it's not too far removed from simply playing a scratchcard or game of bingo. Strategy does still play a role in the non-live casinos though and it's still very popular amongst players.
If you prefer to play on mobile and tablet then you'll find that roulette can easily be played on these devices. Personally we find the mobile screens just a little too small and sometimes you need to be careful with your bets just so that they do get placed where you want them. On tablet though it's a different matter and on devices such as iPad Minis and above you'll easily be able to enjoy the game on the move or away from PC.