American roulette

American Roulette


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How to play American Roulette

American Roulette is a roulette variant that differs from the European game because, amongst other things, the board includes a double zero. This even includes its own payout (should you choose to wager on it) as well as all the usual inside, outside and special bets that have made the game famous.

How to play American Roulette

American Roulette is setup in the same way as other table games, which means you will need to choose a chip and place it on the table. You can choose a single number or multiple numbers, heck you can even bet on whether the number will be odd or even (actual bets also include red/black, thirds, quarters, 0 or 00). After this you can spin the wheel and watch the action unfold.

You will not know if you’ve won until the wheel stops spinning. Even then you’ll need to match the number or selection shows; anything else will result in a loss of your wager. Any prizes will then be paid and you’ll have the choice of re-betting or starting afresh with a clean slate.

A full rundown of how the game works, along with the individual payouts, can be found under the menu button (top left corner).

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    Here we have another standard version of American Roulette, with that extra number on the wheel (double zero). This type of roulette is practically the only game one can find in american casinos, and if your the type of player that is used to that number wheel it is a very good game. I think the only advantage for players is to play "insurance", that is to split zero and double zero along with your board bets.
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    its hard it seems the machine know which number is empty with coin, or maybe no luck for me. Thank God i play for fun not real money.
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    Every game maker around seems to have created an American Roulette variant, possibly hoping that newcomers to online gambling who are somewhat uninformed in the differences between common versions of Roulette available online, will squander a bunch of cash on games like this just because its "American" - and lets face it, they probably aren't far off the mark - although I've no doubt this plan went a little south with the death of most online gambling in the USA. Putting aside the poor odds for a moment, it does look pretty good, but with no turbo mode, your not only being ripped off, your being ripped off slowly. Sound good to you?

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