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How to Play Online Roulette

Legend has that Roulette was born in France, somewhere in the 17th century. In a bid to build the classic motion machine, a French Physicist failed with his invention, and what he got instead was a Roulette – meaning ‘the small wheel’ in French.

Over the years, this game has evolved with new features being introduced. Today, players can enjoy an online version of this classic game here at Mr Green Online casino. The simplicity of the game and the varied betting options are unmatched.

Besides French, American and European versions, Roulette has been designed with all players in mind. Novice players can enjoy the simpler version of the game while the more advanced players can advance their gameplay by choosing to play for real money.

Playing online Roulette is pretty straightforward. A roulette consists of a table where you’ll place your bet, a spinning wheel and a ball that lands on a given position on the table. The ball decides if you’ll win the bet or not.

There are two main ways of betting on a roulette game: an inside and outside bet. Inside bets offer higher payouts but are hard to land on. Outside bets, on the other hand, are easier to land on, but with lower payouts. Inside bets include bets on single or a small group of numbers while outside bets include bets on a large group of numbers: for example, you bet on odd or even numbers, 1-18, 19-36 and colours – red or black. These are the so-called even chance bets.

Inside Bets 

Further divided into:

Roulette Straight-up

Straight up bets

These are bets that cover only one number. You place your chip on an individual number on the table. It pays 35-1.

Roulette Split

Split Bets

Covers 2 numbers and you place your chip on the line between two numbers. It pays 17-1.

Roulette Street

Street Bets

Covers 3 bets and you place your chip on a line at the end of a row of 3 numbers. It pays 11-1.

Roulette Corner

Corner Bets

Covers 4 numbers and you place your chips on the cross intersection between 4 numbers. It pays 8-1.

There are also special corner bets around the number zero. These include:

  • Zero corner bets – Covers four numbers: 0, 1, 2, and 3. It pays 8-1.
  • Another special corner bet around zero covers 3 numbers: 0, 1, 2 or 0, 2, 3. Both pay 11-1, similar to street bets.

Roulette Six Line

Six Line Bets

Covers 6 numbers and you place your chips on the intersection between two streets – i.e., an intersection between two lines at the end of a row of 3 numbers. It pays 5-1.

Outside Bets

Further divided into:

Roulette Dozens

Dozens Bet

Covers 12 numbers and you place your chips in one box of the 3 boxes marked: 1st 12, 2nd 12 and 3rd 12. The first dozen (1st 12) covers the numbers from 1 to 12. The second dozen (2nd 12) covers the numbers from 13 to 24, while the third dozen (3rd 12) covers the numbers from 25 to 36. This type of bet pays 2-1.

Roulette Columns

Column Bet

Covers 12 numbers and you place your chips in one box out of the 3 columns (boxes) at the bottom of the layout marked as 2-1. The boxes run vertically down the layout. The 1st column covers numbers from 1 to 34, the second column covers numbers from 2 to 35, while the third and last column covers numbers from 3 to 36. This bet pays 2-1.

Roulette Red Black

Red/Black Bet

Covers all the black or red numbers. You place your chips in either the black or red box on the outside of the layout/table. This bet pays 1-1, i.e. even money.

Roulette Odd Even

Odd/Even Bet

This covers all the even or odd numbers. You place your chips in the even or odd box on the outside of the layout/table. This bet pays 1-1.

Roulette Dozens High low numbers

High/low numbers Bet

This covers all the lower numbers (18 and under) or the higher numbers (19 and above). You place your chips in the 1-18 box or the 19-36 box on the outside of the layout, respectively. This bet pays 1-1.

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Online Roulette Playing Strategies 

While Roulette is more of a luck and chance game, many players still believe that a well-thought-out strategy can improve the winning odds. Some of the popular playing strategies among Roulette fans include The James Bond System, the Martingale System, and the Colors and Columns System.

The Martingale system advocates for a unique, patient and skillful gameplay where you bet on the even-money bets (chances bets) such as the black/red bets. If you win the bet, place the same bet, but if you lose, double your stake. You are supposed to play with this rhythm throughout the entire playing session, and in theory you’ll always win your original stake. This betting style needs consistency, patience and a huge bankroll – all these are required to keep playing through a losing streak.

Roulette online Strategies

The James Bond Strategy requires that you place your bets on different, well calculated, numbers. For example, bet €25 on the six-line bets, €70 on low numbers (1-18) and €5 on zero bets. This betting strategy could work if you stick with it for the long haul and will give you a 81.5 % winning chance on every spin.

The colors and column betting strategy is unique in its way. Here, you place a bet, for example, on a column with 8 black numbers in it and a bet on black. This will cover a third of the wheel, and if your 2-1 column bet doesn’t win, you have a 47% winning chance with the black bet; hence you’ll be breaking even on each spin. 

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More Roulette Bets 

If you’re like most advanced players, you want to make your own strategy while enjoying the game – with each spin of the Roulette. There are a couple of advanced bets to make the play more challenging, which include the section bets (also known as French bets), and the Neighbour bets.

Roulette Neighbour Bets

Neighbour bets

The latter covers 5 numbers – the main number and 2 neighbouring numbers on each side of the wheel. Neighbour bets are as a rule divided between five numbers, so a €10 neighbour bet would mean placing €2 on each number. For example ‘Zero and the neighbours by 2’ would cost €10 in total – i.e., placing €2 on the following numbers: 0, 3, 26, 32 and 15.

Roulette Section Bets

Section Bets

These type of bet cover bigger parts of the wheel and thye are divided into three: Voisins du Zero, Tiers du cylinder and Orphelins – often shortened to “Voisin”, “Tier” and “Orphans”.

Roulette Voisins du zero

Voisins du Zero (Voisins)

Voisins is a 9-piece bet, with 17 numbers that cover the section around zero. The chips can be placed in any of the positions below:

2 chips placed on:

  • 0, 2, 3 corner
  • 25 to 29 corner

1 chip placed on: 

  • 4/7 split
  • 12/15 split
  • 18/21 split
  • 19/22 split
  • 32/35 split

Placing a “Voisins bet by 5” will cost you in total €5×9 = € 45

Roulette Tiers du cylinder

Tiers du cylinder (tiers)

This is a 6-piece bet with 12 numbers in total. It’s the second-largest and covers the section opposite zero. You can place chips on any of the following positions:

1 chip on:

  • 5/8 split
  • 10/11 split
  • 13/16 split
  • 23/24 split
  • 27/30 split
  • 33/36 split

Placing a ‘tiers by 10’ will cost you in total €10×6 = €60.

Roulette Orphelins

Orphelins (Orphans)

This is a 5-piece bet that covers the 8 remaining numbers between voisins and tiers. It covers the smallest section, and you can place the chips on the following positions:

 1 chip placed on:

  • Number 1 straight up
  • 6/9 split
  • 14/17 split
  • 17/20 split
  • 31/34 split

Placing an ‘orphans by 10’ will cost you in total €10×5 = €50.

Roulette Online vs Live Roulette

Online Roulette vs Live Roulette: What's the difference 

Playing an online roulette game on your smart device or PC and playing land-based casino roulette offers two varying experiences. Online Roulette comes with several advantages, such as an undisrupted playing experience, convenience to play on the go, and the flexibility to bet on any amount you want. 

Roulette Online vs Live Roulette

Land-based casinos are often intimidating for novice players. For those looking to learn the rules of the game in a calm and relaxed environment, going online would be the best option.

If you want enjoy the thrill and fun experience of playing Roulette in a live casino without the inconvenience of travel, extra costs and distractions, live roulette games have got you covered. Here, you can stream HD videos from the convenience of your smart device and stand a chance to play for real money using any of the strategies we’ve highlighted above.