Roulette at Crypto-Games
When picturing the classic casino experience, Slots, Poker, Blackjack and Roulette often come to mind. While Roulette has not garnered the same following as Slots or Blackjack in casinos, it definitely caters to those looking for a simple and slower-paced game and can be extremely fun. It is very popular in certain places such as in European casinos like the Monte Carlo while less popular in Vegas. Roulette is simple, but with an added level of complexity when compared to other games such as Slots or Dice. At Crypto-Games, we are proud to offer a variety of games to include Roulette to our players. So then, what is Roulette?
Roulette is a game of chance that involves spinning a wheel with numbered partitions and betting on which number, color, divisibility, or range of numbers the ball will land on. Depending on the type of bet you make (color, range, etc.) dictates the potential pay-out of your bet. Much of the fun in playing Roulette is mixing and matching different bet types to increase your chances of winning. At face value, Roulette is very simple, but those who have played Roulette know that players can engage in very complex betting strategies and that there are a few things you should know.
First, when looking to play Roulette, it is important to know what type of wheel you are playing on. The house-edge at every Roulette table depends whether or not it is a European or American style wheel and the pay-out structure. For lower house-edge, a player should look for a European wheel as there will only be one green number “0.” On American wheels, the house-edge is increased by adding an additional green number “00.” At Crypto-Games we favour the player by using a European wheel thereby cutting the American house-edge of 5.4% to just 2.7%. So how do you play Roulette?
Before each ball is rolled, the player may place their bets on the colored board next to the wheel. Once the bets have been placed, the wheel is spun and the ball’s final landing is recorded. If the player predicted correctly, the pay-out is calculated via the table below.
|1st , 2nd , 3rd Dozen||1:1|
|Double Street (6 Numbers)||5:1|
|Corner/Square (4 Numbers)||8:1|
|Street (3 Numbers)||11:1|
|Split (2 Numbers)||17:1|
|Straight (1 Number)||35:1|