The Roulette: How To Play At Online Casino


The Game

Roulette is a simple game, and gives players the chance to earn big winnings. Online Roulette Software is based on standard American Double Zero roulette, according to the standard rules of the Nevada Gaming Commission or based on the European Single Zero roulette.

An ivory ball circles in the rotating roulette wheel that consists of 36 numbers plus 0 and 00. Eventually, the ball stops randomly on one of the 38 numbers. The player’s job is to predict the outcome of each spin by placing bets in the fields of the roulette table.

Each player wagers against the bank, independently from other game participants. Your player winnings will be based on how well you have predicted the ball’s final resting-place by placing your chips accordingly.

How to Play

Use your cursor and left mouse button to select the chip that you wish to wager. Next, place the chip on the roulette table by clicking on the desired table field. You can regret a wagered chip before the game begins by clicking on the wagered chip with your right mouse button. When you have placed your bets, click on the wheel or press the SPIN button to activate the roulette wheel.

If you would like to bet on the same number(s) during the next spin, press the space bar. Then click on the wheel or press ENTER on your keyboard to start the next spin.


There are 9 different ways to place roulette bets. Each bet covers a different set of numbers and has a different distribution, as shown in the “Winnings Table” section.


Straight Up

A chip can be wagered on any individual number, including zero (0) and double-zero (00). The chip is placed directly on the individual number.

Split Bet

A chip can be wagered on two adjacent numbers, by placing the chip on the line dividing the two numbers. A chip can also be placed on the line dividing zero (0) and double-zero (00).

Street Bet

Street bets cover three numbers. Place the chip on the outer right boundary line of the roulette table, next to the corresponding row of three numbers.

Corner Bet

Corner bets cover four numbers. Place the chip in the cross where the four numbers intersect.

Five Bet

This bet covers the following numbers: 0, 00, 1, 2 and 3. Place the chip on the outer right boundary line of the roulette table, between 00 and 3.

Line Bet

A line bet covers two street bets (i.e. the six different numbers in two rows of three numbers. For example: 4,5,6 + 7,8,9). Place the chip on outer right boundary line of the roulette table, where it is intersected by the line dividing the two rows.

Column Bet

On the short side of the roulette table are three boxes marked “2 to 1.” By placing your chip in one of these boxes, you mark all twelve numbers above it (0 and 00 excluded).

Dozen Bet

You can bet on a group of twelve numbers by placing your chip in one of the three boxes marked “1st 12,” “2nd 12,” or “3rd 12.”

Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High Bets

A bet placed in one of the boxes on the left, long side of the table covers half of the roulette table numbers (excluding zero and double zero). Each box covers 18 numbers.

Betting Limits

The minimum betting limit within the numbered fields on the roulette table is a total of $5. (You can use $1 chips and make bets on several different numbers, as long as the total bet is at least $5.) There is also a $5 limit on wagers placed within the outer non-number fields of the roulette table (e.g. Dozen, Red, Odd, etc.). The total bet for any one spin may not exceed $500.

Winning Number Display

The winning number display shows the results of the previous 17 spins.

Winnings Table


Options Dialog Box

In Roulette, the Options dialog box offers the following game settings:

  • Show animations
  • Play sound effects
  • Play midi music

Shortcut Keys

The following shortcut keys are available in Roulette:


Latency Meter

A latency meter is shown as a series of six small red lights in the lower left corner of the game window. This meter measures the round-trip time to the game server. If no red light is illuminated during the game, the response time is less than 100 ms. If all six lights are on, the response time is more than 1 seconds.




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