The first primitive form of the roulette had already been known in France in the 18th century. Logical enough, the terms used in the game are quite often of the French origin as well (such as “croupier”, “passé”, and “roulette” itself). The numerous types of the game can be confusing sometimes, but fear not, for we are here at your service not only to provide you with the choice of various gameplay but also to make it clear what suits your interests more. The positions of the players and croupiers in land-based casinos made the layout of the table significantly different in the French and American versions. The outside bets are equally split between two sides of the table.
The French roulette rules have a distinguishing feature of La Partage which stands for returning the bets of even value in case the winning number is 0. The relaxing soundtrack mixed with soft crowd chatter in the background will immerse you into the atmosphere of a real brick-and-mortar casino. Select the value of a chip for a bet and enjoy the experience!