French Roulette was developed in mid 1900’s after the gambling was legalized in France. Monte Carlo casino was the first casino to introduce French Roulette. French Roulette is similar to European Roulette, with the difference in the location of the numbers and odds. The players have better odds in French Roulette then European and American Roulette.
The table of French Roulette is based on the traditional European layout. Earlier the players had to travel long distances to the land-based casino for playing the French Roulette, but now days players from anywhere in the world can enjoy this game by sitting at homes with the help of the internet. The special features of French Roulette make it superior to the other versions of Roulette.
Rules to play French Roulette
The unique feature of French Roulette is that all the numbers on the French Roulette table are in red and the table is in red color. The French Roulette wheel has red and black alternate numbers from 0 to 37. Beside inside and outside bets French Roulette has different call bets like Neighbors of Zero, Third of the Wheel, Orphans, Finales en Plein, Finales a Cheval, which seem to be difficult but are very simple to play.
A player can easily select a call bet by clicking at the call bet menu. To make a call bet the player needs to click on the required call bet and then add to table button. There is a special "La Partage" rule in French Roulette through which the players tend to loses
only half of their even-money bets in case the ball stops on the zero. The game starts after the players have made their bets and the wheel is spun. If the ball stops at the set of numbers which were wagered by the player then he wins the game but if the ball stops at any other number then he loses
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