Roulette Royale

To play free Roulette Royale select a chip size and use it to place your bet on the roulette table.

A Guide To Roulette Royale

Roulette is a classic casino game: it's fun to play, offers some great odds and it's really easy to get to grips with. If you're looking to play free roulette online, Roulette Royale is a great game to try out. It's set out in a straightforward way and should help you get to know the game and its betting options in next to no time at all.

How to Play

Playing this roulette is very simple indeed. You place your bets, click on spin and watch as the ball is spun around the wheel. Once it's come to stop in a numbered pocket, bets are paid out accordingly. This particular roulette game is an example of French/European roulette, as it has a total of 37 numbered slots (numbers 1-36 plus an extra green slot for zero). The American version, the other main version of the game, has an additional double zero slot. Because the French/European version has one less pocket, it has slightly better odds. All numbers are either red or black and they're presented in a set, non-numerical order around the wheel.

Betting Options

To place a bet, first you need to choose a chip size - because you're playing free online roulette, all currency is virtual, of course. These chips can be found in a column to the left of the betting table, with the following options: 0.1, 1, 5, 10, 25 and 100. The minimum amount you can place in bets for one round of the game is 0.1 chips, while the maximum is 1,000.

You can select combinations of numbers yourself or directly beneath the numbers are various pre-set options. Hover over one and it highlights which numbers the bet places chips on. For example, the Even bet places chips on all even numbers. Right at the bottom are five extra bets that place chips on pre-set selections of numbers, but you can't hover over them to see what numbers they include. Here's a quick summary of these bets:

Voisins du zero - Meaning 'neighbours of zero', this bet covers 17 numbers in total: 16 numbers on either side of the zero, plus the zero itself. The numbers covered by this bet are: 22-18-29-7-28-12-35-3-26-0-32-15-19-4-21-2-25.

Tiers - Meaning 'a third', this bet covers 12 numbers on the opposite side of the wheel from the 0. The numbers covered by this bet are: 27-13-36-11-30-8-32-10-5-24-16-33.

Orphelins - Meaning 'orphans', this bet covers two segments of numbers that aren't covered by the Voisins du zero or Tiers bets. The numbers covered by this bet are 17-34-6 and 1-20-14-31-9.

Neighbours - You get to choose five adjacent numbers on the wheel

Finals - Choose a number from 0-9 and all pockets with this as their final digit (or first and only) are selected; e.g. choose 4 and pockets 4, 14, 24 and 34 will be selected