French Roulette - How to Play
French Roulette is a virtual version of the casino table game that was created by 888 games. This version of the game has many settings that you can adjust to customise the gameplay. French Roulette uses the numbers 0 to 36 and there are many additional bets that you can make that are not available in American Roulette games. The betting area of the roulette table is in French and the chips have the denominations of 1, 5, 25 and 100.
How to Play
As soon as this game loads a settings popup appears that allows you to choose the table limits, the colour of the table, if you want background music, if you want to activate turbo mode and whether you prefer a male or female dealer voice. Once you have made your settings you need to place your chips in the betting area of the roulette table. As with all roulette games, you can make the usual inside bets on individual or groups of 2, 3, 4 or 6 numbers. With outside bets, the column bets are at the end of each column of numbers, but the areas where you can bet on red, black, odd, even and the numbers 1 to 18 and 19 to 36 are laid out slightly differently. Also, if you want to bet on the 1st, 2nd or 3rd groups of 12 numbers then you need to place your chips on the number 1, 2 or 3 that are next to the black betting area.
You will also notice an additional betting area that looks like a racetrack. This is where you can make bets that relate to the location of the numbers on the roulette wheel. If you click on the word Tiers, Orphelins, Voisins or Zero your selected chip value will automatically be placed on the relevant positions of the betting table. You can also make neighbour bets, by choosing how many neighbours you want to bet on and then selecting a number, the bets will automatically be placed on the adjacent numbers according to the layout of the roulette wheel and the number of neighbours you have selected.
Once you are satisfied with your bets, press the spin button and the dealer will announce the number that the ball has landed on and inform you if you have won. On the left of the screen you can see the 12 previous winning numbers. Click on the rebet button to keep your chips in the same places as the previous round and you can then decide if you want to clear the bets to make new ones, or spin the roulette wheel with your existing bets. Pressing autoplay gives you the option to spin the wheel up to 75 times automatically using the same bets.