French Roulette is an exciting online Roulette variant, offering extra rules that are advantageous to the players and a few extra bets, so you’ve got more choice and more fun when you spin the wheel! Modelled on the original game, you follow the same format - place your bet, spin the wheel and wait for the ball to settle to see what you’ve won – so you’ll be able to get stuck into the action as soon as you log in and hit the lobby. The betting structure is complex and allows for multiple bets – which means multiple payouts are up for grabs. Played with a single zero and boasting the ‘la partage’ rule, this game offers plenty of fun and the opportunity to scoop lots of rewards. And if you open a real money Slots Heaven New Zealand account today, you can also claim a $100 (plus 200 free spins) bonus to use on your favourite games, including French Roulette.
Click on the French Roulette option in the online casino games lobby to be taken to your game. You will see a betting table that displays the various bets on offer when you hover your cursor in different sections; other areas of the table are clearly marked so the bets are easy to locate, such as red and black, odds and evens. Click on the chip you wish to use, then click on the corresponding area of the table to make your bets. Increase your chips by clicking on your mouse, or decrease with a right click. Hit Spin to set the wheel spinning and when the wheel stops, any winning bets will be automatically paid out to your bankroll. The special ‘la partage’ rule that you only get in French Roulette games will return half of your stake if you bet on an even money bet and the game ends on the zero slot.
French Roulette boasts some extra bets that are only available in this version of the game. Voisins du Zero is made up of numbers from 22 to 25 on the wheel, and is a bet comprising of nine chips, made up of a combination of split bets, corner bets, and triplet bets. Le Toers du Cylindre covers a third of the wheel and is made up of the numbers opposite the zero on the wheel, with numbers ranging from 27 to 33. The bet is made up of six chips, and consists of six split bets. Orphelins is made up of eight numbers, and costs five chips to play, consisting of four split bets and the number one.