888 Roulette

Play the 888 free roulette by placing your bet on the table and clicking on spin.

A Guide To 888 Roulette

Roulette is quite a straightforward game, but if you're looking to practice, playing free roulette is highly recommended. It's a great way for you to get used to the game and its various betting options. 888 Casino Roulette is a top choice for beginners since it has everything on one screen and offers the game's most basic bets.

How to play

To play 888 Roulette, you simply place your bets and click on 'Spin' to have the wheel and ball spun. The ball will soon come to a stop in one of the numbered pockets (1-36, half are red, half are black). Once the ball does this, bets are paid out and then a new round begins.

You'll notice that, while the wheel has various numbered black and red pockets, it also has a green one for zero. This is a version of French/European roulette, which has 37 numbered slots in total; the other main version of the game is the American one, which has an extra double zero slot and slightly lower odds (since there's one extra slot and therefore slightly less of a chance of the ball landing in any one slot).

Betting options

In the bottom right-hand corner are four different chips: 1, 5, 20 and 100. The minimum you can bet per round is one chip, while the maximum is 300. You're free to place bets in any way you want with different-value chips, so long as you don't go over the maximum and have enough virtual money in your balance.

In order to place a bet, simply click on a chip and then click again on any one of the options in the betting table. You can place a single bet on any one of the numbers, or even zero; alternatively, you can bet on more than one number. Should you choose to do this, you can simply select the numbers yourself, or you can click on one of the named bets.

Each of these has you bet on a pre-determined set of numbers. The bets are quite self-explanatory: for example, if you choose the evens bet, you'll be betting on all even numbers and will win if the ball lands in an even-numbered slot. There are also two bets that each cover half of the betting table (1-18 and 19-36), three that cover a third (1-12, 13-24 and 25-36), as well as three for each of the betting table's rows (these are marked as 2:1).