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Table of Contents:
Top Roulette Games | Odds and Payouts | Tips | Strategies | Variations | Bonuses and Promotions | FAQ | Help
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Roulette is one of the oldest and most popular casino games in the world and at Casino.com CA. You can play multiple variants while you are playing online roulette, including French, American, European, Multi-Wheel, and more. If you’re new to these games and Roulette in general, or you simply want to improve your knowledge of this casino classic, read our roulette guide.
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Top 10 Roulette Games in Canada
Game Name Description Penny Roulette A low stakes Roulette variant. Premium European Roulette A Playtech classic with a pristine wheel and table, the ideal VIP experience. Classic Roulette A back-to-basics Roulette classic with a low house edge. Age of the Gods Roulette A classic Roulette variant joins forces with the Age of the Gods progressive jackpot system. Frankie Dettori’s Roulette Another Roulette/slot cross-over with another big jackpot to be one. 101 Roulette Play on a huge Roulette wheel with 101 numbers to bet on. Dragon Jackpot Roulette An oriental themed Roulette game with an additional bonus feature. 1000 Diamond Bet Roulette A Roulette game with additional winning opportunities, including multipliers. Roulette Deluxe A VIP Roulette variant with some striking graphics. 1000 Diamond Bet Roulette In addition to the numbers, there are diamond pockets added to this European Roulette wheel. Make the right bet, and you could be in for some big wins.
Rules: How to Play Roulette
Roulette is a fairly easy game to get to grips with, just keep the following in mind:
The Roulette board includes all of the possible bets that you can make. These exist as squares that correspond to squares and bets on the wheel. To wager on a specific outcome, just add chips to the square and then spin the wheel.
By placing your chips on the lines between the numbers, you can bet that one of two (vertical line between two numbers) or one of four (the point between four numbers) will hit. You can also place them at the end of Columns to bet that a number in that Column will land.
The Roulette Wheel
When the wheel spins, a ball is dropped inside and when the wheel stops spinning, the ball comes to rest in a single square. Its final position dictates the winning bet and payouts are made accordingly.
All experienced gamblers, including those who play card games for a living, have something known as a “bankroll”, which is basically a gambling budget.
Think of your bankroll as your spending money. Every time you go on vacation, you allocate a specific amount of money to be spent on attractions, gifts, food, and other essentials, and you do all you can to avoid going over this sum. Your bankroll is basically the same thing, only this time you’re spending the money playing Roulette, and not buying overpriced fridge magnets for your friends and family.
Odds and Payouts
The Outside Bets offer the best chance of success on a game of Roulette. These pay 1 to 1, but have a (slightly) less than 50% chance of success, covering 18 of the possible 37 (or 38) outcomes on the Roulette board.
If you bet on a single number, the odds of this landing are 37/1, while the average Roulette variant pays around 35/1. Other possible bets include the Column bets, which provide a payout of 2/1.
Obviously, the bet that returns the biggest win on any game of Roulette is the Single Number, where a successful $1 bet will return $36. There is an exception, however, for Progressive Jackpot Roulette, in which case the progressive jackpot, triggered at random, is the biggest possible payout.
To discover where you can find details on each game, take a look at our help section below.
The 3 Most Important Tips Before Spinning the Wheel
Take a look at these top tips to improve your chances when playing games of online Roulette:
1. Choose a Suitable Bonus
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2. Set a Bankroll and Limit
As mentioned above, it’s important that you set a bankroll before you sit down to play. This should also impact your individual game stake, which should be large enough to allow many plays with your chosen bankroll.
You can deposit your bankroll into your Casino.com CA account or leave it in your chosen payment method—whatever is easier. Just make sure you don’t go over this limit.
3. Choose Your Game Carefully
Roulette variants can differ quite considerably from one game to the next. French Roulette, for instance, tends to offer a much lower house edge than American Roulette, which means your chances of getting a return during an extended session are greater. You may also benefit more from games that feature progressive jackpots.
It’s important, therefore, to choose your Roulette game carefully; consider how far your money will stretch and whether there are any additional benefits.
Top 3 Strategies and Betting Systems
Betting strategies are common in all casino games as players try to look for reason amongst the chaos of chance. This isn’t always successful, and some of the strategies make no sense at all.
However, there are a few strategies that many experienced gamblers swear by, all of which are based on Outside Bets, as these are the closest to 50/50 bets as you can get.
The most popular betting strategy is also one of the simplest. The idea is that you double your bet size when you lose and keep on doing this until you win. For instance, if you bet $10 and lose, then you would bet $20.
If you lose again and again, going from $40 to $80 and $160, then you would keep increasing it until you win. If you hit a win at $160, that win would be enough to cover all of your previous losses, at which point you would return to $10 and start the process again.
The good thing about this strategy is that you’ll get your money back eventually if you win, and if you stick with Outside Bets, as the strategy dictates, that will happen. However, it’s far from perfect.
What happens if you keep losing and then run into a betting limit? The game hits a cap, prevents you from going any further, and as a result, the strategy won’t work. In fact, many proponents of this strategy believe that Roulette betting caps were introduced just to prevent people from using this strategy.
The Paroli system is also known as the Reverse Martingale, which pretty much tells you all you need to know. Instead of doubling your bet every time you lose, this system requires you to double your bet when you win, thus taking advantage of winning streaks and not trying to recoup money after losing streaks.
This system has many of the same risks and issues, but it isn’t as restricted by Roulette betting caps, especially if you’re a small or medium stake player. In this instance, it’s highly unlikely that you will have a winning streak large enough to hit the betting cap and even if you do, the profit you will have accumulated will be more than enough for you to reset your stake.
The D’Alembert strategy is also similar to the Martingale strategy in that it increases your bets after every loss. However, unlike the aforementioned strategy, the increases are much smaller, thus decreasing the risk.
For example, while a loss of $1 in the Martingale strategy might initiate a bet of $2 and then $4, in the D’Alembert strategy it will elicit a bet of $2 and then $3. What’s more, once you secure a win, it requires that you reduce your stake by the same amount.
For example, if you increase by $1 and lose the first few bets, before winning the next few, your stakes might look like this:
- $1 = Loss
- $2 = Loss
- $3 = Loss
- $4 = Win
- $3 = Win
- $2 = Win
Another loss would send the stake back up to $3, another win would drop it down to its original amount. This system is not as susceptible to Roulette bet limits and it’s also more accessible for inexperienced and small stake players.
TYPES OF ROULETTE GAMES AVAILABLE TO PLAY IN CANADA
At Casino.com , Canadian players can find a wide selection of Roulette games, each offering something a little different. These games include:
- French Roulette: The original form of Roulette and one that many consider to be the best. Roulette has just one Green Zero space and most variants have a rule that returns some of the player’s stake when the ball lands on this space.
- American Roulette: The game of Roulette was given a unique spin when it first made its way across the Atlantic and landed in Las Vegas. An extra zero space was added to increase the house edge and the table layout was tweaked slightly, offering many of the same bets but in a different layout.
- European Roulette: This variant is often used interchangeably with French Roulette as the wheel and the rules are the same. However, there are some slight (mostly visual) differences with regards to the table layout.
- Mini Roulette: A compact variant of Roulette played on a smaller wheel and with a smaller table. The rules are pretty much the same, but the odds are much lower as there are fewer possibilities.
- Live Dealer Roulette: A Roulette variant played in a Live Dealer setting. The equipment and dealers are real, and you can watch the wheel spin in real-time as well.
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READ OUR ROULETTE FAQ
How many types of Roulette are there?
There are dozens of different Roulette variants out there, many of which are variations of French or American Roulette. In addition to the ones we have discussed already, there are Roulette games with progressive jackpots, side bets, greater and fewer numbers, and many more.
How to win at Roulette?
There is no guaranteed way to beat Roulette. Self-proclaimed “experts” may tell you otherwise, especially if they can get a book sale or subscription out of you, but this is a game of chance and there simply isn’t a way to beat it consistently.
However, by learning the rules, understanding which bets offer the best payout percentages, and adopting strategies that suit your budget and style, you can increase your chances of getting a return.
What is the safest bet in Roulette?
There are no “safe” bets in Roulette. This is a game of chance, after all. However, if you want the bets that you’re most likely to win, stick with the ones on the outside of the board, known as “Outside Bets”. This includes bets such as “Odd/Even” and “Red/Black”, which return a probability of around 47% to 49%, depending on the Roulette variant.
What is the Fibonacci system?
The Fibonacci sequence is a famous number code created by adding together the values of the previous two numbers to get the next one, such as:
As a Roulette system, Fibonacci works by matching the numbers to your bets and then resetting when you win. For instance, you may bet and lose at £1, £1, £2, and £3, before winning with £5 and then going back to £1.
What is the difference between the American wheel and the French/European wheel?
The main difference between these two Roulette variants is the fact that French and European Roulette wheels have a single Green Zero space where American games have two. This is key, as these spaces tilt the balance of probability in the casino’s favour, which is why French Roulette is generally preferred.
Are the odds the same on all games?
The odds change depending on the RNG used, which in turn is impacted by the game’s features and layout. If they use the same layout, such as games of French Roulette or American Roulette, they generally have similar odds, but additional features, side bets, and other tweaks can change these odds.
Can I play online roulette on my mobile?
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Help and Support
Need a little helping hand? Try one of the following options to get the support that you need when playing Roulette.
- In-Game Help: Every game at Casino.com CA has a built-in help file. This file can be accessed from the game’s main screen, often by clicking on a symbol represented by an “i” icon or a hamburger icon (three horizontal lines). This file contains all the information you need to play the game, including payouts, jackpots, and more.
- Dealer Support: If you’re playing a Live Dealer Roulette variant, you can get some basic advice by asking the dealer. Use the Chat Box to send your message, but try to keep it short and simple, and remember that they can’t provide you with tips or strategies, nor can they help you with account-related queries.
- Customer Support: All technical, account and payment related queries can be submitted through Live Chat, phone, and email to our customer support team. Our dedicated team is on hand to help you at all hours of the day.
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