French Roulette

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French Roulette is without a doubt one of the most exciting casino table games at 777. We’ve roped off a special section for fans of French Roulette so that you can enjoy this game in a luxurious and rewarding milieu. Gather around, and prepare to be mesmerized by the spellbinding entertainment that this game has to offer. Indeed, it was the French philosopher and physicist Blaise Pascal who invented the roulette cylinder.

Main Features:

  • 36 numbers + single zero
  • Available on PC only
  • House edge – 2.70%
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You will instantly notice that the French Roulette wheel is similar to the European Roulette wheel with alternating red and black slots. Initially, French Roulette wheels featured a 0 and 00, but this changed when the Germans introduced a more competitive version of the game to attract fans with only a green 0. Typically, this roulette variant has the same return to play a percentage as your Roulette at 97.3%. It is attractive, engaging and wonderfully rewarding when the wheel spins in your favour!
For those of you looking to play bigger bets, take a shot at French Roulette High Limit – expressly reserved for French Roulette high rollers. The game features a minimum bet of 5 and a maximum bet of 2,000 per spin.

Chic & Sophisticated Roulette Entertainmen

French Roulette fuses old school charm with cutting-edge technology. This riveting game has a house edge of 2.70% and a theoretical return to player of 97.3%. You can place wagers on a wide range of bets including inside bets and outside bets. Recall that the inside bets are individual numbers and groups of numbers, while outside bets are the peripheral bets including 1st 12, 2nd 12, and 3rd 12, odds/even (impair/pair), 1-18 (manque), 19 -36 (passe), and others.

Besides for the French wording, it is the overall design of this game that makes it so enticing. But there's something else that distinguishes French Roulette from European Roulette, and it is known as the La Partage Rule. Simply put, when you place an even-money bet and the ball lands in the 0 pocket, you will only lose half of your bet. At this point in time, French Roulette offers the lowest house edge of any of the roulette variants at just 1.35%.

Now you are ready to take your seat and experience the majesty of French Roulette – the roulette game with the lowest overall house edge. Enjoy old-school charm at our western online casino!

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