How to play roulette
Roulette is one of the easiest games to play at the casino. Our classic casino brings all the charm and allure of yester-year Vegas to your screen. And of course, nothing says casino quite like the grand roulette wheel. Getting started is a breeze; choose your chip value and place bets on your preferred selections. Recall that you can place bets on inside bets and outside bets in roulette. Once you are satisfied with your bets, click the spin button and let the good times roll!
Did you know?
Roulette is a very famous game in cinema, appeared in over 50 movies including Casablanca, Croupier and even on Top Story 3.
Different Types of Roulette Games
The table below highlights the major differences between the roulette variants showcased on our Vegas-style casino platform. All roulette games feature inside bets and outside bets, but the design, payout odds and rule variations makes each of these games unique. All four major roulette variants are extremely popular with players, which just goes to show that it’s more about your personal preference than it is about number crunching. Enjoy roulette games at 777 and feel free to practice as much as you like before you play for real and win!
|Roulette Games at 777||Unique Attributes of this Roulette Game|
|European Roulette||European Roulette is considered the classic roulette variant, with a RTP of 97.3% and a single green 0. The roulette wheel sports 37 numbers in total, with a wide range of inside bets and outside bets.|
|American Roulette||American Roulette has a RTP of 94.74%. The roulette wheel features both a 0 and 00. There are 38 numbers on the wheel and the game also sports a unique bet known as a Top Line Bet on 0, 00, 1, 2, and 3 with a payoff of 6:1.|
|French Roulette||French Roulette is similar in many respects to European Roulette. The French wording and unique style is highly appealing to players. The game features a single green 0 and the wheel sports 37 numbers in total. French Roulette has a distinctive rule known as La Partage. Simply put, if you have placed an even-money wager and 0 comes up, you will only forfeit half of your bet. When the La Partage Rule comes into play, French Roulette has the lowest house edge at 1.35%.|
|Low Stakes Roulette||Low Stakes Roulette is a European Roulette game that can be played for just 0.50 per bet. It features all the standard rules of the game with 37 numbers, a house edge of 2.70%, and maximum bets of 300 per spin.|