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American Roulette

You’ve tried French Roulette, you’ve tried European Roulette, perhaps you’ve even tried Racetrack Roulette. Well now’s your chance to try something new and play the American way, with our exciting American Roulette game – available in both instant and download play.

If you’ve already played roulette, the adjustment won’t be hard. The main difference in the American version of roulette is that it has 38 pockets – those numbered 1 through 36, a 0 (zero) and a 00 (double zero).

Other than that it’s the same ball, black and white wheel, and your best guess as to where the ball will ultimately land.

Of course there are plenty of betting options, statistics and pure luck to keep things interesting as you play.

All you have to do is log in to CasinoClub, select American Roulette, and click ‘JOIN’ to take your place at the table.

Game Highlights

Handy Bet Placement – To place your bet, simply click the chip you would like to bet (according to the value of your wager), and click the desired betting area on the table. You can then pass your cursor over any given betting area on the table to see where your bet lies. All numbers covered by that bet will be highlighted for easy viewing.

Statistics for More Informed Decisions – When you choose to play American Roulette from the CasinoClub software, you can see the winning numbers from the last 15 rounds on the results board, found in the upper right corner of your screen, with the most recent results listed first.

Similarly, when you play instant American Roulette, you can see the winning numbers from the last 10 rounds displayed in the lower left corner of your screen, with the most recent results listed to the furthest left.

Hot & Cold – Click the tab labelled ‘Hot & Cold’ if you’d like to see the five numbers that have won the most rounds during your current game session, as well as the five numbers that have won the least.

You can also see relative percentages here, which are based on the number of rounds won by red numbers, black numbers and green numbers (0 and 00), as well as the number of rounds won by even numbers and odd numbers relative to the numbers 0 and 00.