Key Information On French Roulette August 4, 2015
French Roulette is a popular casino table game that has been created by Play’n Go and it can be played at BingoExtra.com, the best online bingo site. French Roulette offers one of the lowest house edge of any other roulette variants. The game makes use of a roulette wheel and a betting table where you can place the inside bets, outside bets and neighbour bets. The roulette wheel contains 37 numbered ball pockets, alternatively coloured red and black, and in addition to the number 1 through 36, the wheel includes a green 0. You can place your bets by clicking on a chip and then in the appropriate area on the betting table. You are required to click on the Spin button to start the round and release the ball and you win if your bet covers the number on which the roulette ball stops on the roulette wheel.
Chips values on French Roulette range from £1, £2, £5, £10, £25 to £100, and you can place a bet by clicking on the desired chip and then click on the game table in the location you wish to place the stake, whereby this will be added to your total bet. You have the option to remove a bet by selecting the X chip and then click the ones you wish to remove. Another option that you are given on this game is to take out all bets by clicking on the Clear All button.
You can place or remove a neighbour bet by clicking the number on the oval shaped track on the betting table. You may use the announce bet dialog to place and remove call bets by clicking on the chip and then on the desired type of bet to place or remove it. You can also place or remove call bets using the fields within the oval shaped betting track. Clicking the Spin button will start the round whereby the wheel will come into motion and you can use Rebet button to place the same initial bet as the preceding round.
If the ball lands on a number or colour that corresponds to your bet, you win according to the payout for that particular bet which can be anything between 1:1 and 35:1. Inside bets include Straight-Up Bet consisting of a single number, Split Bet of two numbers, Street Bet of three numbers, Corner Bets of four numbers and Line Bet of six numbers. Outside bets include Dozen Bet where you can select the first, second or third dozens, Column Bet consisting of twelve numbers, Colour Bet of red or black, Even or Odd Bet, and Low and High Bet which is made of the 1-18 and 19-36 fields.
There are 7 Black Splits, on each of which you can place one chip, whereas a Finales a Cheval bet is when you place one chip on all splits ending in the same digits. A Finales en Plein bet places one chip on all numbers ending in the same digit. For Jeu 0 –Zero a total of 4 chips are placed whereby one chip is placed straight up on 26 plus one chip on each of the splits. For a Jeu 7/9 bet a total of 6 chips are placed, whereby 1 chip is placed straight-up on 19 plus 27 and one chip on each of the splits. For an Orphelins a Cheval bet a total of 5 chips are placed and one chip is placed straight up on 1 plus one chip on each of the splits, whereas for Orphelins en Plein 8 chips are placed with 1 chip placed on each of the following straight up numbers: 1, 6, 9, 14, 17, 20, 31 and 34. Red Splits bet is where you can place 1 chip on each of the 4 splits. For Tiers du Cylindre a total of 6 chips are placed with one chip placed on each of the 6 splits and finally for the Voisins Du Zero bet a total of 9 chips are placed; 2 chips are placed on the 0, 2, 3 street bet, 2 on the 25, 26, 28, 29 corner bet, plus one on each of the 5 splits.