French Roulette is the classic casino table game that can be played in land-based “brick-and-mortar” casinos all around the world, conveniently converted by Netent into a digitalized “flash” casino game to be played on a desktop PC in the comfort of the player’s own home.
French Roulette basically follows the same rules of the game as it is played in a normal (conventional) casino. The player needs to guess in which numbered box on the roulette wheel (in French Roulette with numbers ranging from 0 to 36) the ball released on the spinning roulette wheel (in the opposite direction) finally will end. If a player has placed a bet on that particular number on the betting field (or on the right color, or on the number being odd or even) the player wins a certain pay out, according to the pay-table of the game. Besides “inside” and “outside” bets, French Roulette has some additional game features (as explained below) that will help the player place bets and keep track of the game-play.
The inside bets are placed on the inner field of the table, on the numbers 0 up to 36. There are 5 types of inside bets: Straight, Split, Street of Three line, Corner and Street of Six line.
Outside bets are placed on the boxes around the 1 to 36 numbered inner field. There are 5 standard options to place an outside bet: Column, Dozen, High or Low, Red or Black numbers and Odd or Even numbers.
By clicking on the button in between the “i” marked button and the “Open statistics” button (on the lower left part of the betting field, underneath “Passe”) a separate betting track, also known as “the Race Track” will open under the roulette wheel. This track contains the same numbers as the wheel and in the same order. On the Race Track betting field the following 5 types of bets are possible:
Clicking on the button with a star-symbol below the “Passe” box of the betting field will open the “Favorite and Special Bets” menu. Here you can store the bets that have "favored" your casino account the most to instantly place them again. On the right side of the panel you’ll find another 35 “special betting” options and by the mouse-over function each of the numbers included in these bets are high-lighted.
On the left of the Favorite Bets button there’s the Statistics Billboard button which, if opened, is an extended version of the billboard in the upper right corner of the screen. The statistics billboard shows the game’s (statistic) history and which numbers are “hot” and which numbers are “cold”. Both billboards are “dynamic” which means bets can be placed by clicking on the information showed. Therefore they offer the following bet options: Red or Black, Odd or Even and Hot or Cold numbers.
At the bottom in the center of the screen you see a number of chips and their values. When you click the arrows left and right of the chips you will get more options. You can play French Roulette with 1, 2, 5, 25, 100 and 500 euro chips. These can be bet multiple times and may be combined. The minimum bet per playing round is 1 euro and the maximum bet is 500 euros. When you bet on a combination of numbers, you can see the total amount bet at the bottom of the screen.
On the right-hand side of the chips there are four buttons that allow you to double all your placed bets, to undo the last placed bet, to clear all bets or to re-place the bet from the previous game round.
By clicking on the button below the “Passe” box of the betting field marked with an “I” the pay table of the game will pop-up. Here you can see which most common bets will pay out if you win. To see the pay out scheme of all possible bets the game rules need to be consulted.
When playing French Roulette you can adjust a number of settings of the game to your liking and open extra information displays. You do this by clicking on the four icons at the bottom left of the screen. These icons offer the following options:
Beside the above mentioned icons there’s the wrench icon that allows you to configure the following settings:
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