Play Roulette at Mr Green Live CasinoWednesday, Aug 23, 2017 11:40
Accessible to all types of punters, roulette appeals to both low risk and high-risk players. Mr Green has several versions of roulette available at his famed live casino, and below we will take you through this classic game.
How Do I Play Roulette?
In order to win at Roulette at Mr Green, all you need to do is bet on where you think the ball will end up within the wheel. There are two main bet categories - outside bets and inside bets. Outside bets, such as red or black, are generally safer; whereas inside bets, like a single number, are riskier, but have much higher payouts.
Outside Bets: Colour Bet
Choose the colour of the final number and place a bet—will it be red or black? But, if the ball lands on green, the bet loses. Pays 1 to 1.
Even or Odd Bet
Place a bet on whether the final number is ODD or EVEN. Pays 1 to 1.
By placing your bet in a 2:1 space, you are betting that the ball will land on one of the numbers in that long column. Pays 2 to 1.
Below the black and red columns, you can place your bet on groupings of twelve numbers. Choose from the 1st 12 numbers, the 2nd 12 numbers or the 3rd 12 numbers. This pays 2 to 1.
High or Low Bet
Place bets on whether the number will be in the top half of the board (1 - 18), or in the lower half of the board (19 - 36). Pays 1 to 1.
Inside Bets - Straight Up Bet
Betting on a single number gives the biggest payout of all. Pays 31 to 1.
Place a chip on the line between two numbers to split a bet between two numbers. Pays 17 to 1.
Place a chip on the end of any "street" or row of three numbers to bet on all three numbers in that row. Pays 11 to 1.
Place a chip on the intersection of four numbers to split a bet between all four. Pays 8 to 1.
Six Line Bet
Bet on six numbers by placing the chip on the edge of two adjoining streets. This is like a double street bet. Pays 5 to 1.
The game has evolved over time, and punters must be aware of the different types of roulette available at Mr Green.
Roulette originated in France so perhaps European Roulette is the most authentic version of the game available at Mr Green. On a European Roulette wheel, the numbers range from 0 to 36 and are distributed randomly around the wheel. With the 37 numbers, the odds of winning on are 1 in 37 on a straight up bet. The house edge in European Roulette is small, at 2.7%. That means losing in European Roulette brings smaller losses than American Roulette, where the house edge is 5.27%.
The biggest difference in American Roulette is the wheel itself. In addition to the 0 on European Roulette, there is also a 00 pocket. If you study an American Roulette wheel, you'll notice that the numbers are arranged in a logical order, but placed opposite one another. For example, 1 is placed across the wheel from 2. With the additional 00, the chances of winning on a single number bet are 1 in 38. So what are you waiting for? Get playing with Mr Green now.