French Roulette October 3, 2017
Inspired from the original game of roulette created in France, Aspers Casino Online, gladly brings to you French Roulette, developed by PlaynGo. The main purpose in Roulette is to predict where the ball will land on the wheel. At the start of your game, you will be greeted with several betting options. They are either if the number is odd or even, the colours black or red, a range of numbers or a single number. French Roulette is a little different to European and American roulette, but at heart, it’s basically the same game. Get ready to spend hours of getting entertained.
On the bottom right-hand-side of your screen, you will notice the chips, on which the stakes are displayed. Get started, by simply choosing the preferred amount, from there. The chip denominations are as follows: £1, £5, £10, £25 and £100. These bets can be chosen, to bet on different parts of the table. Once you have made your choice, you will have to place the bet on your desired spot, before clicking on the ‘Spin’ button.
In the event, you want to remove a bet during your session, you may select the 'X' chip, before clicking on the chip you want to remove. By clicking on the ‘Clear All’ button, it will clear all the bets you have put in.
On the betting table, by clicking on the number on the oval-shaped track, you will be able to remove or place a neighbour bet. A total of 7 chips can be placed for the Black Splits bet, whereby, one chip is placed on each of the splits such as 17/20, 10/13, 10/11, 8/11 etc. All splits ending in the same digit, have a “Finales a Cheval” bet placed on, where an overall of 5, 4 or 3 chips are placed, depending on the digits.
As for the "Finales en Plein" bet, a total of 3 or 4 chips are placed, when it places one chip on all numbers ending in the same digit. Other types of bet are as follows: Orphelins en Plein, where one chip is positioned on straight up numbers such as 34, 31, 20, 17, 14, 9, 6 and 1. Orphelins en Cheval – Orph is where a chip is positioned straight-up on 1 plus one chip on each of the splits: 31/34, 17/20, 14/17 and 6/9. Also, there are the Jeu 7/9 and Jeu 0 – Zero.
Other bets include Tiers du Cylindre - Serie 5/8, Red Splits and Voisins du Zero – Serie 0/2/3, where 2 chips are positioned on the 0, 2, 3 street; 1 on each of the splits of 32/35, 19/22, 18/21, 12/15 and 4/7; plus 2 on the 25/26/28/29 corner.
Just as in European roulette, there are also the usual outside and inside bets in French Roulette. These bets are Low and High, Even or Odd, Colour Red or Black, Columns, Dozens, Line of 6 numbers, Corner of 4 numbers, Street of 3 numbers, Splits of 2 numbers and Straight Up of 1 number. If the ball lands on a colour or number that matches to your bet, for that particular bet, you win according to the payout which ranges between 35:1 and 1:1.
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