CasinoClub is a great place to play and learn French Roulette on the Internet. Check out the advantages of playing our unique French Roulette.
Where will the wheel stop? This question has intrigued players and attracted them to the Roulette table since the 17th century. Aside from the attraction of the spinning wheel, Roulette is the game with the largest chances to win. The payout rate at CasinoClub is a fantastic 97,50%.
At CasinoClub you play Roulette according to the international standards of world-class casinos like Monte Carlo or Baden-Baden, or Vienna without leaving the comfort of your chair.
Seven reasons why French Roulette at CasinoClub is the best online Roulette:
One: Play with others, alone, or just watch!
You can sit at the table and chat with up to three other players and chat while you’re playing.
Or, if you prefer total privacy you may select a private table to play alone.
You can also observe a game without joining.
Two: No software download necessary
With the CasinoClub Instant Games you can play French Roulette without downloading any software. Get the Roulette wheel spinning from any computer with Internet access!
Three: Single zero – to your advantage!
French Roulette has only the single zero, unlike the American Roulette table that usually has both a single zero and a double zero. This makes the odds in French Roulette much better than the odds in American Roulette with the double zero. When the wheel stops on the single zero in French Roulette, you lose only half of your even-money bets, which are shared with the bank (“La Partage” rule).
Four: Flexible table limits
You can choose among three different table limits. Each table limit has a different limit for single-number bets.
- Table limit €1-1,000 (maximum bet €50)
Five: Betting at lighting speed
French Roulette at CasinoClub allows you to switch back and forth between main view and advanced view (bird’s eye view). The bird’s eye view gives you a convenient overview of the different bets so you can place your bet quickly.
Six: Handy current statistics
At CasinoClub the statistics function provides you with comprehensive results from preview game rounds. The statistics table lists the five most frequent and the five most infrequent numbers during a gaming session. These statistics are invaluable for all Roulette fans playing a system!
Seven: Convenient placing of your favourite bets
With the „Favourite bets“ functions you can save up to 99 betting options. In subsequent rounds all it takes to place your favourite bets is one click. You can also use your Favourite bets to build a unique betting sequence of 999 game rounds. If you set the game to Autoplay you can lean back and watch the exciting game unfold.
French Roulette offers a wide variety of different bets. Each bet covers a different set of numbers and has a different distribution, as shown in the Winnings table.
Whenever you move your computer mouse over the table and the cursor touches a possible bet, e.g. IMPAIR, all odd numbers are highlighted.
Plein (Straight up)
A chip can be wagered on any individual number, including zero (0). Place the chip directly on the individual number of your choice.
Cheval (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 0 & 1, 2 & 0, and 0 & 3.
Transversale pleine (Street bet)
This bet covers three numbers. Place the chip on the outer right boundary line of the Roulette table next to the corresponding row of three numbers. Casino Club also offers betting options for the street bets 0, 1, 2 and 0, 2, 3.
Carré (Corner bet)
Corner bets cover four numbers. Place the chip on the cross where the four numbers intersect. You may also wager on 0, 1, 2, 3 by placing the chip on the upper right boundary line of the Roulette table between 0 and 3.
Transversale simple (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 the closest boundary line of the Roulette table where it is intersected by the line dividing the two rows.
Announces are called “bets” in French Roulette. There are several types: voisins, orphelins, and tiers. They divide the wheel into four areas. Finals are numbers ending with the same digit, and split finals are pairs of numbers ending with the same digits. Below you see an example of the graphics the game uses to call your announce bets.
Scroll to find the types of announce bets that you would like to place. Next, decide the value of the chips that will cover your announce bets. In the example above, your wager on announce bets is €1 multiplied by 9 chips, resulting in a total wager of €9. If you want to increase your total wager by betting €2 per chip, simply click on the ADD BET button once for each €1 you wish to add to the value of a chip. Click on the DEC BET button if you wish to decrease the amount wagered by each chip by €1.
When you click on the BET button, your total wager will appear on the table. You may increase, decrease, or cancel your wagers at any time before the wheel starts spinning. Once the chips are placed on the table, you will need to pick them up individually to remove them. This is why we recommend that you practice the announce bets in the “practice play” mode before you play the game with real money.
Neighbour bets cover numbers located next to each other on the Roulette wheel. For example, if you wanted to wager on the number 25 plus the number immediately to the left and the number immediately to the right of 25 on the Roulette wheel, you would call a 1-number neighbour bet on 25 that includes the numbers 2, 25 and 17. Below you see an example of the graphics the game uses to call your neighbour bets:
Scroll to choose a number and then decide how many "neighbours" of that number (one, two, three or four) you would like to include in your wager. Next, decide the value of the chips that will cover your neighbour bets. In the example above, your neighbour bet is €1 multiplied by 3 chips, resulting in a total wager of €3 .
If you want to increase your total wager by betting €2 per chip, simply click on the ADD BET button once for each €1 you wish to add to each wagered chip. Click on the DEC BET button if you wish to decrease the amount wagered on each chip by €1.
When you click on the BET button, your total wager will appear on the table. You may increase, decrease or cancel your wager at any time before the wheel starts spinning. Once the chips are placed on the table, you will need to pick them up individually to remove them. This is why we recommend that you practice the neighbour bets in the in the “practice play” mode before you play the game with real money.
There are three boxes on the lower end of the table. By placing your chip in one of these boxes, you mark all twelve numbers above it (excluding 0).
You can bet on the 1st dozen by placing your chips either on the left or on the right at the lower end of the table on P12. For the 2nd dozen, choose M12, and for the 3rd D12.
Red/Black, Even/Odd, High/Low bets
A bet placed in one of the boxes on the either side of the table covers half of the numbers on the Roulette table (excluding zero). Each box covers 18 numbers.
When the wheel stops spinning and the winning number is displayed, all winning bets on the table are paid. A new round then starts immediately by giving players the allotted time to place their bets. The winning number display shows the results of the previous 17 spins.
| Bet ||Covers ||Pays |
| Bet Straight up bet ||Covers 1 number ||Pays 35 to 1 |
| Bet Split bet ||Covers 2 numbers ||Pays 17 to 1 |
| Bet Street bet ||Covers 3 numbers ||Pays 11 to 1 |
| BetCorner bet ||Covers 4 numbers ||Pays 8 to 1 |
| Bet Line bet ||Covers 6 numbers ||Pays 5 to 1 |
| Bet Dozen/column bet ||Covers 12 numbers ||Pays 2 to 1 |
| Bet Red/black* ||Covers 18 numbers ||Pays 1 to 1 |
| BetPair/Impair (Even/Odd)* ||Covers 18 numbers ||Pays 1 to 1 |
| BetManque/Passe (Low/High)* ||Covers 18 numbers ||Pays 1 to 1 |
*La Partage rule applies: *When zero (0) is the winning number, all even money bets, i.e. Rouge/Noir (red/black), Pair/Impair (even/odd) and Manque/Passe (1 - 18/19 - 36) lose half of their value. They are shared with the bank.