How to Play French Roulette January 3, 2017
French Roulette is an online roulette game powered by Play’n Go which can be found at Magical Vegas Casino. This online game has been inspired by the original game of roulette which was created in France. It is a diminutive word meaning little wheel in French. In French Roulette, players can choose to place their bets on either a single or a range of numbers, the colours black or red, or if the number is even or odd. A wheel is spun in one direction and then a ball is spun in the opposite direction around a circular track running around the circumference of the wheel until the ball stops into one of the 37 coloured and numbered pocket of the wheel.
Betting on French Roulette
Chip values on French Roulette ranges from £1, £5, £10, £25 and £100 which you can select on the bottom right hand side of the screen. To place a bet, you simply have to click on the desired chip and the game table in the location you wish to place the chip which will be added to your total bet. You can remove a bet by selecting the 'X' chip and then click the chip you wish to remove, To remove all bets, you may click on the Clear All button.
You can place or remove a neighbour bet on French Roulette by clicking on the number on the oval-shaped track on the betting table. Use the announce bet dialog to place and remove call bets by clicking on a chip and then on the desired type of bet within the oval-shaped betting track. For Black Splits bet, a total of 7 chips can be placed where one chip is placed on each of the splits such as 8/11, 10/11, 10/13, 17/20, etc. A “Finales a Cheval” bet is placed on all splits ending in the same digit where a total of 3, 4 or 5 chips are placed depending on the digits. For example, a bet on digits 1 and 4 results in one chip placed on each of the splits: 1/4; 11/14; 21/24 and 31/34.
A "Finales en Plein" bet places one chip on all numbers ending in the same digit where a total of 3 or 4 chips are placed depending on the digit. For example, a bet on digit 3 results in one chip placed on each of the straight-up numbers: 3, 13, 23 and 33. Other types of bet on French Roulette are Jeu 0 – Zero, Jeu 7/9, Orphelins en Cheval - Orph where a chip is placed straight-up on 1 plus one chip on each of the splits: 6/9, 14/17, 17/20 and 31/34, Orphelins en Plein where one chip is placed on straight up numbers such as 1, 6, 9, 14, 17, 20, 31 and 34. Other bets include Red Splits, Tiers du Cylindre - Serie 5/8 and Voisins du Zero – Serie 0/2/3 where 2 chips are placed on the 0, 2, 3 street; 2 on the 25/26/28/29 corner; plus 1 on each of the splits of 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22 and 32/35.
There are also the usual inside and outside bets on French Roulette just as in European roulette. These bets are Straight Up of 1 number, Splits of 2 numbers, Street of 3 numbers, Corner of 4 numbers, Line of 6 numbers, Dozens, Columns, Colour Red or Black, Even or Odd and Low and High. 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 ranges between 35:1 and 1:1.
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