American Roulette is as simple as the original one, but it’s based on the standard American Double Zero Roulette, which means that it contains 36 numbers plus 0 and 00. The point is still the same – you need to guess the result of each roulette spin and to do that, you need to select chips and place them on the roulette table.
However, this roulette variation has a number of ways to place bets, which may make your betting choices difficult, but also improve the odds of winning against the bank. Those are: straight up (when you place a bet directly on an individual number, including 0 and 00); split bet (bet wagered on two adjacent numbers); street bet (the chip is placed on the outer right border of a row with three numbers); corner bet (the chip is placed in an intersection of four numbers); first five bet (a bet which covers numbers 0, 00, 1, 2, and 3); line bet (this one covers two rows of three numbers); column bet (placed on any 2to1 field); dozen bet (betting on one of the three groups of 12 numbers); red/black, even/odd, and low/high bets (bets placed on some of the boxes on the left side of the roulette table).
With this amount of choices, you need to select wisely, because prizes can certainly be generous. But whatever the final outcome of your American Roulette ventures, you’re bound to have a great, exciting time with this game.
Author: Natalie Stephanopoulos