French Roulette

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The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 98.65% on even money bets (see La Partage Rule) and 97.30% on all other bets.

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French Roulette

The object of the game is to predict where the ball will come to rest on the Roulette wheel. The Roulette wheel consists of numbers 1 through 36, alternately colored red and black, plus 0, which is green.

To play the game:

    • Click on a chip of the desired value to select it.
    • Place your bet by clicking on a number or betting area on the Roulette table. Every click on the betting area adds one chip of the selected value to the bet.
    • The minimum and maximum bet limits are dependent on your VIP level. If a bet is below the minimum limit, a message about an insufficient bet is shown and the respective chips on the table are highlighted three times. For detailed information on bet limits for all positions, hover or click on the limits sign on the table.
      • Place a Neighbor Bet or an Announce Bet from the corresponding menu.
        To place a Neighbor Bet:

        • Open the Neighbor Bets panel by clicking the Neighbor Bets button in the lower right of the game window.
        • On the opened panel, select the desired number on the Roulette wheel.
        • Choose the desired number of neighbors on both sides of the selected number by clicking the respective number button (1, 2, 3 or 4) in the array under the Roulette wheel model.
        • The Numbers field displays the numbers involved in the Neighbor Bet.
        • The Total Bet field displays the total Neighbor Bet – the sum of bets placed on each number involved in the Neighbor Bet.
        • Several Neighbor Bets can be placed for one spin.
        • Click Clear to remove an undesired Neighbor Bet.
        • After placing all the desired Neighbor Bets, click Close to exit the Neighbor Bets panel.

To place an Announce Bet:

      • Open the Announce Bets panel by clicking the Announce Bets button in the lower right of the game window. For further information on Announce Bets, see the French Roulette Rules.
      • On the opened panel, choose the value for the desired Announce Bet by clicking on the field corresponding to the Announce Bet. Each click increases and each shift-click (hold down the Shift key and click) decreases the value by the chip currently selected in the main game window.
      • A bet of the chosen value is placed on each bet position involved in the Announce Bet. Note that when placing the Voisins du Zero bet, the bet value is doubled on the positions where 2 chips are placed.
      • The Roulette table model shows the numbers involved in the Announce Bet.
      • Several Announce Bets can be placed for one spin.
      • After placing all the desired Announce Bets, click Close to exit the Announce Bets panel.
    • All additional betting options and corresponding payouts are explained in the French Roulette Rules.
  • To increase the bet by another amount, select another chip and click on the desired betting area.
  • Shift-clicking (holding down the Shift key and clicking) on the betting area removes one chip of the same value as the selected chip from the bet, or the entire bet if the selected chip is greater in value than the bet placed.
  • You can place several chips into different betting areas simultaneously.
  • Click Spin to set the ball spinning after you have placed your bets. Clicking Clear Bets removes all the placed bets from the table. After a spin, click Rebet to place the same bet as during the previous spin, and Spin to set the ball spinning.
  • The winning bets remain on the table. You can remove them like any other bet or leave them on the table for the next round. Casino.com may disable this feature for a table. If it is disabled, then the winning bets are returned to you together with your winnings.

Notes:

  • All different betting options and corresponding payouts are explained in the French Roulette Rules section.
  • The minimum and maximum bet limits are dependent on your VIP level. For detailed information on the bet limits, hover or click on the limits sign on the table.

Return to Player

The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 98.65% on even money bets (see La Partage Rule) and 97.30% on all other bets.

Buttons:

Clear Bets Clear the table of all bets.
Rebet Place the same bets as in your previous round.
Spin Spin the wheel.
Neighbor Bets Opens the Neighbor Bets panel.
Announce Bets Opens the Announce Bets panel.

Casino toolbar

The lower and upper edges of the game window hold the casino toolbars. These toolbars contain a number of menus and buttons that allow you to change client settings or take advantage of the various features available in the casino client.

The bottom toolbar contains the following:

Balance Your account balance. This is the money you can use to play the casino games.
Cashier Clicking this button opens the Cashier window, where you can make deposits and withdrawals, see your transaction history, etc.
Play for Real Money This button appears only in Fun and Anonymous modes. Clicking it will take you to the Real Money account creation page. If you already have a Real Money account, it will take you to the Play for Real Money login screen.

The top toolbar contains the following:

Games Next to this icon is the quick launch menu. Mouse over any category to see the available games in that category. Click on any game to launch that game.
Game Master Game Master is a feature that enables you to find your next game adventure! It contains various game categories from which you can choose games to play.

To open the Game Master window, click on the . If the Game Master promotion banner is displayed, click on the banner to open the Game Master window.

If a category contains more games than can be displayed at once, arrow buttons will appear when you hover over the category. Click on the arrow buttons to navigate through the games.

When you have found your desired game, click on the appropriate game icon to start the game.

Click the ‘X’ icon to exit the Game Master window.

Favorites Mouse over this icon to open the Favorites menu. The menu contains the following:

  • Download – Opens the URL where you can access the downloadable version of the casino client.
  • Gadget – Opens the URL where you can download the casino widget for your Windows Vista or Windows 7. Click here to learn more about the gadget.
  • Mobile App – Opens the URL where you can download the game to your mobile phone. This option is available only if the mobile version of the game exists.
Sound On/ Off
Volume
Clicking this button will disable/enable sound effects.

Mouse over the sound icon to slide open the sound volume slider, where you can adjust the volume.

Menu Mouse over this icon to open the Tools menu. The menu contains the following:

  • History – Opens the game history window, where you can see the details of recent game rounds. Note that the history is unavailable in Fun and Anonymous modes.
  • Options – Opens the options dialog, where you can change various gameplay settings. Click here to learn more about the options.
  • Help – Opens the help article that you are reading right now.
Maximize Clicking this button changes the game to full screen.
Exit Clicking this button closes the game window and takes you back to the Menu.

 

If multigame view is enabled for this game the top toolbar also contains the following buttons:

2-game view Clicking this button opens the 2-game view.
4-game view Clicking this button opens the 4-game view.
1-game view Clicking this button closes the multigame view and takes you back to the regular view.

Please note that it is not possible to open more than one copy of the same game in multigame view. Shortcut keys are disabled in multigame view.

Gadget bar

The Gadget opening bar is displayed on the right side of the game window when at least one gadget is enabled. Clicking on the opening bar opens the Gadget bar menu. The Gadget bar can contain mini games and various special offers. Only one gadget can be opened at a time. Clicking on another Gadget closes the previous one.

Shortcut keys

If you wish, you can press the following keys on your keyboard instead of clicking on the buttons on the screen.

Press this key To do this
TAB Tab between the buttons on the screen.
ENTER Click the button that is currently highlighted.
SPACEBAR Place your previous bet, press again to spin the wheel as well.
Number keys Select a chip. Different number keys select different chips. The number of functioning keys depends on the chips allowed for the current player and can be subject to change.

Note on malfunctions: A malfunction voids all pays and plays.

Note on disconnections: If you are disconnected from the Internet in the middle of a game while playing for Real Money, please re-establish your Internet connection and log back into the casino. You can then click the History button to see the outcome of your previous round.

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About Payouts
French Roulette Rules


French Roulette Rules

There are many different ways to place roulette bets in French Roulette. Each bet covers a different set of numbers and has a different distribution. The payouts for all bets are listed in the “Winnings Table” below. In French Roulette you can place both Standard and Announce Bets, described below.

Standard Bets

Each bet covers a different set of numbers and has a different distribution. Payouts for all bets are listed in the “Winnings Table” below.

Plein (Straight Up)

An inside bet on a single number. The chips are placed entirely in the middle of a number (including 0) on the Roulette table.

Cheval (Split Bet)

An inside bet on two neighboring numbers, either on the vertical or the horizontal direction. The chips are placed on the line that divides the two numbers.

Transversale Pleine (Street Bet)

An inside bet on three numbers on a single vertical line (a street). The chips are placed on the lower edge of the board, at the end of the corresponding street.
A bet on three numbers 0, 1 and 2 or 0, 2 and 3 is a special Street Bet. The chips are placed on the T-section where the three numbers meet.

Carré (Corner Bet)

An inside bet on four numbers. The chips are placed at the cross where the four numbers meet.

Transversale de Quatre (Four Bet)

An inside bet on the numbers 0, 1, 2, and 3. The chips are placed on the lower edge of the board, at the end of the line between 0 and the first row.

Transversale Simple (Line Bet)

An inside bet on six numbers (two neighboring streets). The chips are placed on the lower edge of the Roulette table, at the T-section where the two streets meet.

Colonne (Column Bet)

An outside bet on all twelve numbers on any of the three horizontal lines. The chips are placed to the left side of the Roulette table, in one of the three unlabelled boxes next to the column. If one of the numbers in the selected column is hit, the payout is 2:1. 0 is a losing number.

Douzaine (Dozen Bet)

An outside bet on the first (1-12), second (13-24), or third group (25-36) of twelve numbers. The chips are placed in one of the boxes marked “P12”, “M12” or “D12”. If one of the selected 12 numbers is hit, the payout is 2:1. 0 is a losing number.

Rouge/Noir (Red/Black)

An outside bet on the outcome of a particular color, either red or black. The chips are placed on the red or black betting area on the Roulette table. If the selected color is hit, the payout is 1:1. If the outcome is 0, you get half your bet back (for further information, see the La Partage Rule, below).

Pair / Impair (Even / Odd Bet)

An outside bet on the outcome of either an even or an odd number. The chips are placed on “PAIR (Even)” or “IMPAIR (Odd)” on the Roulette table. If the selected outcome is hit, the payout is 1:1. If the outcome is 0, you get half your bet back (for further information, see the La Partage Rule, below).

Manque (1-18) / Passe (19-36) (Low / High Bet)

An outside bet on whether the outcome of the next spin will be low (numbers 1 to 18) or high (numbers 19 to 36). The chips are placed on “MANQUE (1-18)” or “PASSE (19-36)”. If the selected outcome is hit, the payout is 1:1. If the outcome is 0, you get half your bet back (for further information, see the La Partage Rule, below).

Announce Bets

The following table gives an overview of the Announce Bets that can be placed from the Announce Bets panel. Payouts for the bets are listed in the Winnings section below.

Announce Bets Chips Covers
Voisins du Zero 9 The roulette wheel sector around the zero.

With 2 chips: 0/2/3, 25/26/28/29

With 1 chip: 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22, 32/35

Tiers du Cylindre 6 The roulette wheel sector opposite to the zero, minimum number of chips.

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

Orphelins en Plein 8 The orphan numbers (between the two sectors), one chip per number.

1, 6, 9, 14, 17, 20, 31, 34

Orphelins a Cheval 5 The orphan numbers (between the two sectors), minimum number of chips.

1, 6/9, 14/17, 17/20, 31/34

Jeu 7/9 6 All numbers ending with 7, 8 and 9, minimum number of chips.

7/8, 8/9, 17/18, 19, 27, 28/29

Jeu 0 4 A series of numbers surrounding zero, minimum number of chips.

0/3, 12/15, 26, 32/35

Finales en Plein 0 4 All numbers ending in 0, one chip per number.

0, 10, 20, 30

Finales en Plein 1 4 All numbers ending in 1, one chip per number.

1, 11, 21, 31

Finales en Plein 2 4 All numbers ending in 2, one chip per number.

2, 12, 22, 32

Finales en Plein 3 4 All numbers ending in 3, one chip per number.

3, 13, 23, 33

Finales en Plein 4 4 All numbers ending in 4, one chip per number.

4, 14, 24, 34

Finales en Plein 5 4 All numbers ending in 5, one chip per number.

5, 15, 25, 35

Finales en Plein 6 4 All numbers ending in 6, one chip per number.

6, 16, 26, 36

Finales en Plein 7 3 All numbers ending in 7, one chip per number.

7, 17, 27

Finales en Plein 8 3 All numbers ending in 8, one chip per number.

8, 18, 28

Finales en Plein 9 3 All numbers ending in 9, one chip per number.

9, 19, 29

Finales a Cheval 0/1 5 All numbers ending in 0 and 1, minimum number of chips.

0/1, 10/11, 20/21, 30, 31

Finales a Cheval 1/2 5 All numbers ending in 1 and 2, minimum number of chips.

1/2, 11/12, 21, 22, 31/32

Finales a Cheval 2/3 5 All numbers ending in 2 and 3, minimum number of chips.

2/3, 12, 13, 22/23, 32/33

Finales a Cheval 3/4 6 All numbers ending in 3 and 4, minimum number of chips.

3, 4, 13/14, 23/24, 33, 34

Finales a Cheval 4/5 5 All numbers ending in 4 and 5, minimum number of chips.

4/5, 14/15, 24, 25, 34/35

Finales a Cheval 5/6 5 All numbers ending in 5 and 6, minimum number of chips.

5/6, 15, 16, 25/26, 35/36

Finales a Cheval 6/7 5 All numbers ending in 6 and 7, minimum number of chips.

6, 7, 16/17, 26/27, 36

Finales a Cheval 7/8 4 All numbers ending in 7 and 8, minimum number of chips.

7/8, 17/18, 27, 28

Finales a Cheval 8/9 4 All numbers ending in 8 and 9, minimum number of chips.

8/9, 18, 19, 28/29

Finales a Cheval 9/10 4 All numbers ending in 9 and the numbers 10, 20 and 30, minimum number of chips.

9, 10, 19/20, 29/30

Finales a Cheval 0/3 4 All numbers ending in 0 and 3, minimum number of chips.

0/3, 10/13, 20/23, 30/33

Finales a Cheval 1/4 4 All numbers ending in 1 and 4, minimum number of chips.

1/4, 11/14, 21/24, 31/34

Finales a Cheval 2/5 4 All numbers ending in 2 and 5, minimum number of chips.

2/5, 12/15, 22/25, 32/35

Finales a Cheval 3/6 4 All numbers ending in 3 and 6, minimum number of chips.

3/6, 13/16, 23/26, 33/36

Finales a Cheval 4/7 3 All numbers ending in 4 and 7 (except 34), minimum number of chips.

4/7, 14/17, 24/27

Finales a Cheval 5/8 3 All numbers ending in 5 and 8 (except 35), minimum number of chips.

5/8, 15/18, 25/28

Finales a Cheval 6/9 3 All numbers ending in 6 and 9 (except 36), minimum number of chips.

6/9, 16/19, 26/29

Finales a Cheval 7/10 3 All numbers ending in 7 and the numbers 10, 20 and 30, minimum number of chips.

7/10, 17/20, 27/30

Finales a Cheval 8/11 3 All numbers ending in 8 and the numbers 11, 21 and 31, minimum number of chips.

8/11, 18/21, 28/31

Finales a Cheval 9/12 3 All numbers ending in 9 and the numbers 12, 22 and 32, minimum number of chips.

9/12, 19/22, 29/32

Limits

Minimum and maximum position limits are applied to all tables, meaning that all your bets on available positions must be within the indicated limits.
The Min and Max sign on the table indicates the limits for a Straight Up bet. Mouse over the limits sign brings up a panel that shows the payouts and limits for all positions.

Some tables also have a minimum and maximum table limit, meaning that the sum of your bets must be within the limits. These limits are also shown on the limits panel.

History

The history display shows the results of the previous spins.

Winnings for Standard Bets

Chip Covers Term Pays
1 number Plein (Straight Up) 35 to 1
2 numbers Cheval (Split Bet) 17 to 1
3 numbers Transversale Pleine (Street Bet) 11 to 1
4 numbers Carré (Corner Bet) 8 to 1
4 numbers Transversale de Quatre (Four Bet) 8 to 1
6 numbers Transversale Simple (Line Bet) 5 to 1
12 numbers Douzaine (Dozen Bet) or Colonne (Column Bet) 2 to 1
18 numbers Rouge/Noir (Red/Black), Pair/Impair (Even/Odd) or (Manque/Passe (Low/High Bets) 1 to 1

Winnings for Announce Bets

Chip Covers Pays Description of returns
1 number 35 to 1 The winnings also depend on the number of chips involved in the bet. For example, in the case of Finales a Cheval 9/10, four chips are placed to cover 9, 10, 19/20, 29/30, If 9 or 10 is hit, the return is 35 + 1 – 4 = 32 chips. If 19, 20, 29 or 30 is hit, the return is 17 + 1 – 4 = 14 chips.
2 numbers 17 to 1
3 numbers 11 to 1
4 numbers 8 to 1

Winnings for Neighbor Bets
The winning number always pays 35 to 1. The return, however, depends on the number of chips involved in the bet. If, for example, the bet is placed on five consecutive numbers 11-30-8-23-10, it involves five chips. If one of the numbers is hit, the return is 35 + 1 – 5 = 31 chips.

La Partage Rule
The game uses the La Partage rule. According the rule, you lose only half of your even-money bets when the spinning result is zero.

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About Payouts

The payouts of games can be given in a number of different formats. To help you understand how to read the different payouts, each format used in our games is explained here.

1 to 1

If you bet on a position that pays 1 to 1, then this means that when you win, you get your bet back and the casino will also pay you exactly the same amount that you bet. For example, if you place 5 chips as a bet and win on a position that pays 1 to 1, then you first get back the 5 chips that you bet and you also receive 5 chips from the casino, for a total of 10 chips in that round.

2 for 1

If you bet on a position that pays 2 for 1, then this means that when you win, the casino will pay you an amount that is twice your bet, but your initial bet is not returned. For example, if you place 5 chips as a bet and win on a position that pays 2 for 1, then you receive 10 chips from the casino.

1 : 1

This format is equivalent to 1 to 1.


 

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