European Roulette is the most popular choice for roulette players. You’ll play on a 37-number wheel with only one zero and red and black colours. Before the dealer spins the wheel, players bet on the number and colour they think the ball will land on. Then, the dealer spins the wheel in one direction and oppositely throws the ball.
There are several inside bets and outside bets available. You can find each type thoroughly explained in our Roulette bet type guide.
An important thing to note is that in European Roulette, the house edge gets cut to 2.70%.
American Roulette follows similar rules to the European Roulette, with a 38-number wheel featuring one 0 and one 00 number on the green.
American Roulette also features inside and outside bets — the bet payout is the same as it is in European Roulette. However, the probability is often slightly higher, and the house edge is averaging at 5.26%. Because of the high house edge, most experienced players prefer to play European Roulette.
French Roulette and European Roulette follow the same wheel setting, with French tables rather than English tables. The house edge in French Roulette is slightly decreased due to the La Partage rule, which gives players a fair chance to win when using the money bet.
As the name suggests, Mini Roulette is a miniature version of the big thing. The wheel has 12 red and black numbers along with one zero.
House edge is decreased to 3.85%, which makes Mini Roulette a popular choice for beginner players.
Multi Wheel Roulette
Multi Wheel Roulette has the same rules as European Roulette with one key difference: you can spin up to eight wheels at once. Your bet will apply to all eight wheels, which increases your odds of winning.