Since it was invented in France over two centuries ago, Roulette has become a casino favourite that is enjoyed across the world. These days there are two major versions of the game, European and American, this is the former and in many ways it is very close to the original game.
The focus of Roulette is a spinning wheel that is divided into 37 numbered segments. A ball is released in the spinning wheel and players bet on where it will come to rest. In order to widen the betting options the segments on the wheel are coloured either red or black (with the exception of zero which is green). Furthermore, the numbers have a very specific layout on the wheel and in the betting area. Thanks to this, there are a huge number of betting possibilities which results in an exciting and strategic game.
The main screen in European Roulette Pro shows the standard betting area where you can drag and drop chips onto the numbers and positions that you want to bet on. On the left there is a ‘Wheel’ button and clicking on this shows you the spinning wheel. On the right is a ‘Neighbors’ button and this opens up a Racetrack view for placing more advanced bets such as Voisins Du Zero. On all the screens, there is a meter that displays the percentage of the wheel covered by bets.
Roulette has many different types of bet:
It is possible to win payouts ranging from 1:1 all the way up to 35:1.