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Why Slingo Offers the Best Online Roulette Experience

Whether you’re a complete beginner or a roulette pro, Slingo offers a range of fun, exciting roulette games that you’ll love. From traditional online roulette with hyper-realistic outcomes to lightning roulette and speed roulette, there’s something for everyone.

Slingo’s live lobby recreates that authentic casino experience with live dealers and gives you the opportunity to interact with the dealer and the other players. Cutting-edge technology and a multi-camera feature allows you to track every movement of the ball, creating an immersive atmosphere and a unique gaming experience. VIP tables are even available if you’re feeling particularly lucky!

Our Grand Casino Roulette is another favourite, which places you at a real roulette table and uses state-of-the-art cameras and high-tech sound installation in a luxurious hotel setting. Our incredible interfaces and effects will make you feel like you’ve landed right in the middle of a real live casino! Why not try your luck today in one of our most realistic games to date?

Our roulette games are available on your mobile, desktop or tablet, so you can play wherever you feel most comfortable. Come on, give it a spin, play roulette for fun!

10 Things You Should Know About Online Roulette

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    Wagers are separated into inside or outside bets. Within these categories, there are a number of different types of bets with different odds and payouts. Choose from a straight bet, a street bet, a column bet, and more.

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    European roulette offers statistically better odds to players in comparison to its American counterpart. American roulette has a house edge of 5.27%, whereas European roulette’s house edge is 2.7%.

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    French-style tables have La Partage and En Prison rules. If the ball lands on zero on outside bets, La Partage lets you recoup half of your stake. With En Prison, you have the option of leaving your stake on the table for another spin. These rules cut the house edge to just 1.35%.

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    There are many different roulette variations. Some determine bet outcomes using a live dealer, whereas others generate outcomes using an RNG (random number generator).

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    Most online casinos give you the option of switching to a ‘free’ or ‘practice’ mode so that you can familiarise yourself with roulette before playing for money.

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    Fun fact: Roulette is a popular game for both men and women, and 46% of its players are female.

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    Although there are many different variations of roulette online, the objective of the game always remains the same: to try to guess which pocket the ball will land in.

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    In live roulette the ball is made of plastic or ivory and lands in ‘pockets’ on the wheel that are separated from one another by tiny walls known as ‘frets.’

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    Some roulette games feature a ‘racetrack,’ which is an oval betting zone that is marked with numbers and resembles a racetrack. It helps players quickly and easily place bets during play.

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    Roulette is played purely by luck; winning and losing is all part of the fun.


American Roulette


American roulette wheels feature 38 slots numbered 1 – 36, a zero and a double zero, which gives odds of 37:1 and a house edge of 5.27%. The 00 increases players’ stakes, since additional spaces on the wheel mean more money to be lost. However, American roulette wheels are easier to understand because adjacent numbers are opposite each other on the wheel. Many rules applied in a European roulette game, such as “la partage” and “en prison” do not apply in the American version. The overall objective of the game remains the same, with players betting on which pocket the ball will land in.


European Roulette


European roulette wheels have 37 slots numbered 1 - 36 with one zero. This gives odds of 36:1 and a house edge of 2.7%, which is significantly lower than that of American roulette. This makes it a better option for those who want to offset the effect of variance and it offers better odds. The overall objective of the game remains the same, as players try to predict which pocket the ball will land on. However, the wheel is laid out differently and adjacent numbers are not opposite each other on the wheel.


French Roulette


French roulette is very similar to European roulette. The wheels are the same, but the table layout and the placement of some of the betting areas is different. French roulette has 37 slots numbered 1 - 36 and one zero, giving the same 36:1 odds and 2.7% house edge as European roulette. This house edge drops to 1.35% if the “la partage” is applied at the table because it means that half of the players’ even-money bets will be returned if the ball lands on zero (“la partage” means “sharing” in French).


Live Dealer Roulette


Live dealer roulette features a real dealer, who uses a physical roulette table and manages the betting process in real-time. This is broadcast to players via a live video stream, and they can watch the wheel being spun. Like real roulette in a casino, the outcome of the spin is determined by a physical spin of the wheel. This differs from traditional online roulette, where the outcome is determined by a Random Number Generator (RNG).

Players make their decisions by using a computer screen console. Some live dealer roulette games allow players to interact with the dealer and with other players, making it an enjoyable option for many people. Live dealer roulette is a popular choice with many players because it offers a fun gaming experience that is as close as possible to the actual environment at a physical casino.

How to Play Roulette - Rules

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    Choose a number or set of numbers you want to bet on. If you choose to bet on a set, you can bet on whether the winning number is even or odd or high or low. Inside bets offer lower odds but better payouts, whereas outside bets offer higher odds and smaller payouts.

  • 2.

    Decide how much money you want to bet

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    Place your bet on the number/numbers of your choice

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    Wait for the dealer to spin the wheel and reveal the winning number

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    If you’ve guessed the right number, you can collect your winnings

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    Place another bet and try again

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Understanding Odds in a Roulette Game

Understanding odds in roulette is quite simple. When playing American roulette, the odds of winning on a single number straight-up bet are 37:1 and the payout is 35:1.

Since the European roulette wheel only features one zero, the odds of winning are higher at 36:1 and the payout for a single number bet remains at 35:1.

There are three different types of bets in roulette: inside bets, outside bets and neighbour bets. They offer different odds, and players must decide whether they prefer to place higher- or lower-risk bets.

The inside section, or inside bet, offers higher odds and is the riskier betting area on the table. It allows you to bet on individual numbers, or groups of up to six numbers, that are in close proximity to each other according to the way the table is laid out. In this part of the table the chances of winning are lower, but the payout is higher if you do win.

The outside section offers lower odds and less risk. It contains matching pairs of bets for high or low, odd or even, and red or black. Players can also make six different 12-number bets, which are called “column” and “dozen” bets. Playing at this part of the table gives you a better chance of winning, but the payout is not as big.

How the Roulette Wheel Came About

The roulette wheel was invented by chance in 1655 by Blaise Pascal, a French physicist, inventor and mathematician. Pascal was actually trying to invent a perpetual motion machine that continues to operate without drawing energy from an external source. Although this proved impossible, the process did create an early prototype of today’s roulette wheel.

Interestingly, the zero didn’t exist on the wheel until the mid-19th century, when Francois and Lois Blanc designed a wheel with a zero specifically for King Charles III of Monaco. At the time the country was struggling financially, so with a bigger house edge, the wheel was able to generate a lot of income for Charles’ kingdom!

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