Online Roulette – The Queen of Casino Games

For those among you who have never played roulette online before, put your seatbelts on, you’re in for quite s ride. If you do know the game from land-based casinos in your town or a legendary trip to Las Vegas, you will be excited to discover an equally challenging and entertaining roulette game you can play from the comfort of your own home. Casino Tropez is the number one address for roulette enthusiasts – The roulette game can count itself amongst the most popular casino games ever invented. There is a reason for that: the rules are simple, you hardly need to practice the game, but there is something like a roulette strategy that will increase your winning chances. Plus, the game-play simply is mesmerizing – the elegant green felt of the tableau, the big wooden wheel with its 37 or 38 – depending on whether you play a European or an American Roulette game – the clattering sound the ball makes when it jumps around the spinning wheel choosing the next winning number – that’s pure fun and entertainment.

How to play Roulette online

The game is very simple to play. You place your bets and click on the “spin” button. The wheel starts turning and the ball will land on a number eventually. Is the winning number one that is covered by your bets then you win and get paid according to the payouts table – and the game begins anew.

The Roulette Wheel and the Roulette table

There are small differences in the Roulette wheel depending on the game.
The French and European is divided into 37 segments while the American Roulette wheel has 38 segments. All segments are colored in red and black alternately, starting with the red number one. The zero and the double zero segments are both colored green. The segments  are numbered 1-36 with one  single zero on the French Roulette and a double zero on the American Roulette wheel. The Roulette ball is flicked in clockwise direction around the outsider rim of the wheel. The wheel itself spins in a counterclockwise direction. Please also read our “Call Bets” section of this page and learn more interesting facts about about the roulette wheel and its bets.

The object of the game is to guess what number is coming up next and place your chips on said number. All numbers on the wheel are arranged on the Roulette table in 3 columns of 12 numbers. You place your coins on the table as an either an outside bet or an inside bet. The Croupier spins the ball  and winnings are determined by the slot on the Roulette wheel where the ball makes his final stop. The amount you have won depends of the amount of coins you have set on the roulette table as well as on whether you have chosen to a combined or a single bet. 

The Roulette Bet Types

The most important part of the online roulette game is how you place your bets. You can bet on various combinations of numbers, like a street of three numbers in a row or all red or black numbers. Is the winning number amongst the ones you’ve bet on, you win and get paid. Below we have summed up all possible Online Roulette bets.

 

Exclusive Roulette Features at Casino Tropez

Casino Tropez not only offers the options of playing in Single Player, Multi-Player and Private Group modes, but also the ease of placing instant wagers known as Called (or Call) bets. These bets are based on the format in which certain numbers are placed next to one another on the roulette wheel.

Call Bets

The roulette wheel can be broken down into two large sectors and a couple of smaller parts in between them. There is a bet to cover each sector of the roulette wheel:

Voisins du Zero (Neighbors of Zero) – A bet that covers the 17 numbers on the wheel between 22 and 25 (counted clockwise). Right in the middle of this sector is the Zero, hence the name of the bet.

Tiers du Cylindre (Thirds of the Wheel) – A bet that covers exactly one third of the wheel: the numbers between 33 and 27 (counted clockwise).

Orphelins (Orphans) – A bet that covers the two sectors that are not included in the Voisins or Tiers bet: 9, 31, 14, 20 and 1 on one side of roulette wheel, 17, 34 and 6 on the other side.

Betting on Call Bets

To bet on the Call Bets, you’ll need to place a combination of chips on strategic places on the tableau:

Tiers du Cylindre: This is quite straight forward, you just need to place six split bets on 5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, and 33/36. Each Split bet has a chance of success of 5.4% (2 out of 37), culminating in a 32.4% overall chance to win the Tiers bet. You will win a total of 12 chips (17 chips in fact, but you will need to subtract the five Split bets that have lost).

Orphelins: These are also fairly simple to bet on, too. You combine a Straight bet on 1 and four Split bets on 6/9, 14/17, 17/20, and 31/34. The winning chances are a bit different here. You have a 2.7% chance for the Straight bet and a chance of 5.4% for the Splits. Should the Straight bet win, you would get a whooping 31 chips (35 for the win minus the four chips for the Split bets). The Splits bring 13 chips (17 for the win minus the four losing bets). The overall chances to win an Orphelins bet are 24.3%.

Voisins du Zero: Now it gets a bit complex, because you need to cover 17 different numbers scattered all over the tableau. The only way to do it is to place nine different bets: Five Splits on 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22, and 32/35, two chips on the 0/2/3 Street bet and two chips on the 25/26/28/29 Corner Bet. The chances of winning vary wildly. The Splits would win you nine chips (17 minus 8 lost) with the chance of 5.4%, the Street wins you 15 chips (22 double payout minus 8 lost) with a chance of 8.11% and the Corner would win you 8 chips (16 double payout minus 8 lost) with a chance of 10.8%. The overall chance to win is 45.9%.

Do call Call Bets work?

Does it really make sense to place such elaborate bets? The statistic is clear: Voisins du Zero wins 45.9%, Tiers du Cylindre 32.4% and Orphelins just 24.3% of the time. The house edge for these bets is all the same and lies around 2.7%. As you can see, those bets lie within the standard house edge of the game, so at least they won’t hurt you.

Sector-based bets like the Call Bets are used mostly when the player suspects that there is an imbalance in the game and the wheel favors one side of the wheel – which happens in real life roulette all the time due to the technique the croupier uses or a microscopic imbalance in the wheel itself. Call Bets are made to take advantage of these biases. But in real life, these French bets are mostly used to do something different once in a while and to show off that the player knows what they are.


Questions & Answers around Online Roulette

Who am I betting with?

All bets are handled by the well-known and respected CT bookmaker. All bets are treated with the utmost precision and security, guaranteeing a swift and complete payout, no matter how big your winnings may be.

Is Roulette fair?

Being a game of chance, every number has the exact same chance of winning every time. This makes roulette a game with fixed odds, every game and every winning number is generated in isolation and absolutely without bias. This makes the roulette strategy so easy to play, the odds so easy to determine.

How does the Roulette Wheel works in a Roulette Online Game?

In land-based casinos the ball spins in the roulette wheel and determines the winning numbers by the forces of physical movement. In an online casino those laws do not apply. The winning number is calculated by a random number generator that is free of bias and error, guaranteeing a fair and random outcome with both real money and free roulette games.

What is the minimum/maximum I can bet?

At Casino Tropez, the smallest amount you can bet is 50 cent/50 pence, the maximum bet tops out at £/€1,000. At a free roulette table these amounts are paid in play money, at a real-money, all bets and losses are deducted from your player account balance and all winnings are added to your bankroll.

Roulette Cheats Are There Any?

You will find thousands of allegedly working roulette strategies that can “beat the wheel” with some kind of almost magic roulette cheat. If you ask a true answer to the question weather there is something like that would be simply: no. If there would be a working roulette system cheat, wouldn’t you expect  all roulette players being millionaires and the casinos broken? Don’t pay for offered roulette programs and systems as the the only one that gets cheated with these scams is you.

Some tips from Roulette Pro’s: Robbie's personal story

Some Casino Tropez Blog readers out there may be thinking that it’s fine for us to go on and preach roulette betting strategies like the ones we talk about in our casino school, but surely they don’t work in practice. Let me reassure you to the contrary with the following personal story that happened to me in Las Vegas a few years back wherein I utilized 3 roulette betting strategies taught in the Casino Tropez Casino School, namely:

• Placing small roulette bets
• Placing one roulette bet at a time
• Placing only outside bets

The Roulette Croupier Beckons

When it comes to playing casino games, I’m actually much more of a video poker aficionado. On my way towards a bank of video poker machines one evening while staying at a Las Vegas Strip hotel, I was passing by a few empty roulette tables. One of the croupiers called out to me and asked if I wanted to try my luck. Intrigued, I figured it might be fun to give it a shot with $50 and see what would happen. With a $5 minimum bet, I calculated that my $50 would give me 10 spins in which to try and win money in the worst case scenario of losing each bet I made.

So I decided to try a combination of all three betting strategies mentioned above to maximize my bankroll and roulette playing time. After 2 or 3 misses, I started going on a pretty good run. Varying each bet between odd/even, or black/red, or 1–18/19–36, I was somehow able to run my stack of chips up to $120. While this was all happening, a drunk college kid sauntered by, took a $100 bill out of his wallet and placed it on red. He won and walked (more like stumbled) away $100 richer.

Betting just $5 at a time, my journey to $120 took approximately 2 hours. Winning pretty much time after time was an unbelievable rush! Then, the tide started to turn in the other direction. For the next hour or so I was losing more than winning, until my stack had dwindled down to about $75, so I decided to call it quits.

Sticking to the Roulette Betting Strategy Pays Off

I got 3 hours of fun, exciting roulette play and I even managed to increase my stack at the end by 50%. Sure, I was a little jealous of the college kid, who in 2 minutes won and walked away with more than I had been up at even my highest point in the session. On the flip side though, he probably doesn’t even remember it happening, while I had 3 great hours of roulette betting fun and a great story to tell.

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