european-roulette

European Roulette

European Roulette

Want to raise the stakes? Up the ante? Take things up a notch? Then you’re in the right place! Have a spin on the European Roulette wheel at Slingo to find your online casino fortune today…

About

You’ll feel like you’ve landed in a real-life casino as soon as you launch this game, thanks to an incredible 3D interface and roulette wheel in the middle of the screen, plus the authentic voiceover of a croupier talking you through your game. The main thing to know about European Roulette is that it has a single 0, meaning the ball has one less number to fall into on the wheel than in other types of Roulette, giving you one less betting option. Besides that, it’s like any other game of roulette so you’ll pick it up in no time!

How To Play

You’ll be a pro before you know it in this online version of European Roulette. Start by choosing your CHIP SIZE by clicking on a chip. Once you’ve selected your chip, place it onto a numbered/coloured square on the table, or choose one of the bet options on the sides or underneath these. Click to place your chip down once; click again to place multiple chips down on the same bet box. European Roulette allows you to use multiple bet options – you could bet on a few different numbers or a couple of other bet options.

The great thing about European Roulette is that it allows multiple bet options so you can opt for a few different numbers, or a couple of bet combinations like the low 18 numbers plus the middle line. You can also check out the paytable to see the odds of each bet option, to see how much return you can possibly get from each wager.

Bet Options

As described above, there are a number of ways you can choose to bet when playing this online version of European Roulette. A typical bet type is on a single number; the probability of spinning is single number is lower than landing a group of numbers, so it follows that this type of bet pays out the highest wins.

Other typical bets include staking on whether the ball will land on an odd/even or black/red number. The probability of this happening is higher, so it follows that your return will be lower if you have a successful bet this way. You could also bet one whether the ball will land in the top 18 or bottom 18 numbers, which also pays out at a lower return.

Some final options are to bet on sections of 12 numbers, on one of the 3 vertical lines on your betting board, or even on groups of neighbouring numbers. Get the idea? The betting options are endless and your winning possibilities are just as limitless too!

Return To Player

This game has a theoretical RTP of 97.30% - 98.65% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £97.30 - £98.65. Malfunction voids all pays and play.


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