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How To Play European Roulette in Live Casino

·09.12.15

Roulette is one of the most popular casino games. This game is popular among both online casino (and live casino) lovers and those who prefer playing at land-based casinos. The secret of roulette’s popularity is rooted in simplicity of its rules. Roulette rules are the topic of this article. You shouldn’t be confused by lots of numbers and options on the roulette table. Instead of making the game more complicated, they offer players various ways of winning. In this article, we will talk about European roulette. This roulette variation is very similar to American and French ones. Nevertheless, they have slight differences.

As in a traditional roulette, the gambler playing at European roulette must guess what number on the wheel will be hit by the ball spinning on that wheel. The rules for European roulette have stayed unchanged since 1842, when the game was officially played at the live casino for the first time. European roulette is more widely spread than other roulette variations. This tendency is particularly obvious at online live casinos where you can hardly find American or French roulettes.

How To Play European Roulette in Live Casino

European roulette has 37 numbers on its wheel (1 through 36 and zero). Even numbers are painted red, odd numbers are painted black. Zero is painted green. The roulette table had a rather peculiar layout of numbers and symbols. In the middle of the table, you can see three columns of numbers, three numbers in a row.

You can bet on numbers, columns, dozens, color and other “parameters.” Bets on number are called “inside bets”, while other types of bets are called “external bets.” Roulette is played with the help of a special ball spun by the dealer on the roulette wheel. The number where the ball stops is considered a winning number. Then the dealer pays out winnings and takes away bets that lost.

The payout rate depends on the bet. For example, if you bet on a certain number, i.e. made a “straight bet”, the payout rate is 1:35. The more bets there are, the less is the payout rate. External bets have the smallest payout rate. If you bet on red/black, even/odd or bigger/smaller, the rate is 1:1. Bets on dozen or a column will bring you 2:1 rate, etc.