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Welcome! We are all about roulette here (we do have a slots section too). You'll find FREE games (scroll down for 3D roulette), roulette systems, bonus offers and roulette facts and tips.

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online rouletteThis is a game that requires little skill to play, which combined with it's slow pace (although you can opt for turbo speed if you like these days), and the fact that it is easy to master, makes it one of the most popular casino games in town- on this site we'll show you how to play roulette. The variations of the game that we know today are very similar to the roulette that was played in the Monte Carlo casino in the early days. It was considered a luxury game as it was only originally only available to play in Monaco, which eventually boomed in popularity in the US.

As you may know there are quite a few variations of the game including American roulette, French Roulette and European roulette. There are not many differences between them, in fact the main difference is in the amount of zeros on the wheel. These days, there are many online variations, some of which we'd categorise in the "novelty" category, and others we'd put in a "roulette plus" group- these games often come with sidebets where you try and win a progressive jackpot or large payout win. 

American roulette is the only one of the variations to have two zeros on the wheel and betting table, a 0 and a 00. This extra zero was added to the game to increase the house odds.
European roulette is exactly the same as American roulette, except it only features one 0 on the wheel and board, therefore increasing the odds of the player when comparing to the American variant.
French roulette, which is the original roulette that was played in Monte Carlo, again has only one 0 on the table and wheel. The difference is the betting surface itself which features a totally different betting design when comparing it to the other two variants. Plus there are slightly different rules on the even money bets (that are advantageous to the player).

Free Games

Free roulette gamesThis is one of the most popular sections of the site- no surprise there, I suppose, because everything here is free! If you would like to test out a range of free roulette games from different games developers, then this is the section to head for. Includes games for high rollers like Premier Roulette, games for novices and variants that are a bit different, like mini roulette.

This section includes games from Microgaming, Playtech, IGT and Net Ent, all of which have their pros and cons. But anyway, test them yourselves, and see what you think.


Looking for the latest bonus offers, roulette tournements and games? You'll find it in our Roulette News section, where we post up the best new stories of what is newly available on the market. For example, check out the Roulette Club over at Casino Las Vegas which has been set up with extra offers, tourneys and cash back targetted specifically at roulette players. 


The basic guide to roulette
Roulette is an extremely simple game to pick up, the best way to do it is often just to play it and learn as you go. The concept itself is simple, there is a wheel and a betting surface with which the game is played. The wheel is flat against the table and is used to randomly generate a number from 0 to 36 (in the European and French versions). To do this the wheel is spun and a small metallic ball is spun in the opposite direction along a small groove within the wheel. Eventually the wheel and ball will come to a stop and the ball will come to rest in one of 37 numbered pockets (38 in American Roulette).
When betting on roulette you are betting that the ball will land in a certain numbered pocket or group of numbers. The layout or betting surface is where you will do all of your betting. The felt lined table features a design (which varies depending on the version) containing all the numbers and other betting options. To bet you simply place a chip or a number of chips on the desired area.
There are a wide variation of bets that you can place when playing roulette, so to help you understand as many of them as possible we have created a betting guide that you can read through below.

Types of bets
As stated previously there are many types of roulette bets within the game. We'll go into all of them in detail, but they are all split into 3 types: Inside Bets, Outside Bets and the more exotic Call Bets. Betting on the inside bets has a low probability of winning compared to the outside, but the payout is much larger. The outside bets are the opposite and have a high probability, but a much lower payout.
There are exactly six different types of inside bet when playing roulette: Straight up which means to bet on an individual number, Split which is when you split the bet over two numbers that are next to each other, the Corner of Square bet which means to place a chip on a corner which spreads the bet over four numbers, a street bet allows you to place a bet on all three numbers in a single line, a trio bet would allow you to place a split bet on either 0,1 and 2 or 0, 2 and 3 and finally we have the Six Line bet which allows you to bet on two adjacent horizontal lines.
There are also 6 different outside bets including Red or Black, Even or Odd, the numbers 1 to 18, the numbers 1 to 36, dozen bets in which you bet on a one third section of the numbers and column bets that allow you to bet on an entire vertical column of numbers.

You can find detailed explanations of all of these in our roulette bets section.

Roulette is a game that is rich in history that has few equals when it comes to generating adrenaline. Good luck on the tables, and please play responsibly.