HOW TO PLAY LIVE ROULETTE

Elements of live roulette such as the roulette table, layout and roulette wheel have been covered in other posts.This guide will teach you how to play live roulette. The game can be played in a variety of different online casinos. It has the same betting system in an online casino as it does in a real casino.

Getting Started

To play live roulette you will need a secure online account. You will also have to have place funds into this account. But most importantly when you access a roulette table via your phone or PC you will see a croupier with a roulette wheel. In addition to this you will be able to interact with the roulette table layout. There is also a good chance you will be able to post and read live game updates.

How To Place Bets

Live roulette's betting system is simple. Every couple of minutes, between roulette wheel spins, you have time to place bets. Placing these bets is simple. Your virtual wallet will allow you to drag chips on to different regions of the roulette table layout. You can place as many or as few bets as you like. Finally after the croupier has spun the roulette wheel your winnings are calculated. What you win depends on the number the ball lands on. A typical live roulette setting is illustrated in the image below. The French roulette wheel is at the heart of the game. Since American roulette is very popular it is the source of inspiration for the roulette table layout.

Live Roulette

Now to Play Live Roulette

The bets you have placed determine what you can win. Chances of winning are increased when more 'squares' are bet on. Consequently, the lowest odds are for a bet on a single number. French roulette rules set this at 36 - 1. But most importantly this is where you can win the most money. The final part of the guide covers the easiest to understand bets and odds. The Wikipedia guide on roulette contains detailed information on splits, baskets, streets, corners, top lines and six lines. In addition to this you can read our article on live casino tips for information on how to make the most of your stake.

  1. Single Number (Including 0) 35 - 1
  2. 1st Column, 2nd Column, 3rd Column 2 - 1
  3. 1st Dozen, 2nd Dozen, 3rd Dozen 2 - 1
  4. Odd, Even, Red, Black 1 - 1
  5. 1 - 18, 19 - 36 1 - 1