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How to Play French Roulette

Those who are used to playing American Roulette are probably wondering how different it is from French Roulette. Other players who are familiar with the European Roulette, on the other hand, are likely to presume that it is similar to the French Roulette.

If we are to compare the French Roulette to the American Roulette, the difference would be in number of divisions in the wheel. In the latter, the wheel is split into 38 parts; in French Roulette, it is divided into 37 parts, which includes the 0 slot.

Between French Roulette and European Roulette, they are, indeed, similar. They even have the same 37 number pockets. However, they differ when it comes to their respective table layouts as well as some of the best that can be made by players.

In French Roulette, the wheel is in the middle of the table. The outside bets, on the other hand, can be placed on either side.

The basic game play in French Roulette is no different from other types of roulette games. What you should do is to place your bet on the colors or the numbers where you think the ball may land on. Spin the wheel, and wait if the ball does land on where you placed your bets.

French Roulette games are also likely to have two additional game play rules: the La Partage and the En Prison Rule. The La Partage rule says that if you placed a bet on evens and the ball falls in the 0 pocket, you will lose only half of the amount you wagered. Using the same scenario, the En Prison rule states that all the wagers placed will stay on the table for the next spin.

Since this is French Roulette we’re talking about, it is a given that many of the terms used are also in French. It is important to be aware of what they are so you will be able to play with more confidence.

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