French Roulette is very similar to the casino favourite; European Roulette. French Roulette offers a wide variety of betting options for those that prefer a more realistic casino environment to standard online roulette games.
Many of the bets are in French, and there is also the ‘la partage’ rule which pays back 50% of losing bets should zero land on a 50/50 outside bet.
The ‘la partage’ rule is fairly rare in online roulette, however Playtech use this player friendly feature in several of their more popular roulette games, so it is always worth seeking them out if you like outside betting.
French Roulette offers betting on straight up numbers, splits, corners, streets and rows as well as all of the outside bets you would expect in a standard roulette game.
There are also a host of French betting options that some of you will recognise from real world casinos. These French betting options are accessible via the ‘racetrack’ at the side of the table which also acts as a neighbours betting grid for easier betting.
French Roulette pays out at the following odds:
Straight Up – pays 35/1
Split – (covering two numbers) pays out at 17/1
Street – (three numbers in a row) pays at 11/1
Dozen – pays at 2/1
Column – pays at 2/1
Red/Black, Odd/Even, High/Low – all pay at 1/1 with 50% of your stake back should zero come in.
French Roulette doesn’t differ too much from regular roulette games, but the additional betting options and land based casino playing style will appeal to users who prefer a more sophisticated roulette game.