American Roulette

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A staple of casinos around the world alongside online slots, American Roulette has made the leap online with no drop-off in edge-of-the-seat excitement.

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There are few things more thrilling in the casino than waiting for the roulette wheel to slowly come to a halt and seeing where the ball has landed. American Roulette manages to replicate these feelings of anticipation courtesy of stunning graphics and realistic sounds, and those feelings of immersion are enhanced yet further thanks to the HD capabilities of modern smartphones, tablets and laptops.

Focus on American Roulette

It may be called American Roulette, but players in Canada and beyond are enjoying this unique take on the classic casino game, which features an RTP of 94.74%.

If you are a newcomer to online roulette, or are more familiar with the American version of the casino favorite, then this version will be perfect for you as you can play for free in demo mode, if you wish.

Betting Rules

American Roulette is as straightforward as casino games get – if the ball lands in the pocket of the wheel that corresponds to the numbers you have selected then you win the corresponding size.

Your payout is determined by multiplying your stake by the odds of the selection. So, if you bet on number three and wagered $1 on it, your payout would be 1 x 35 (individual numbers pay out at odds of 35:1 in American Roulette) – or $35, to be exact.

There are lots of different combinations and bet types in American Roulette, and these are exactly the same as you would find in a bricks-and-mortar casino in Vegas or beyond.

Incidentally, American Roulette is different from other variants of the game because it features not one but two zero pockets – 0 and 00. This increases the house’s edge, but also enhances your payouts too with greater odds.

Gameplay of American Roulette 

You may already be familiar with roulette games in the casino, and American Roulette from NetEnt taps into those sensibilities with its intuitive on-screen layout.

You’ll see the gameboard at the bottom of your screen, and as ever you can place your bets simply by clicking or tapping on individual numbers, red or black, odd or even, splits, streets, corners and so on. You can even take advantage of neighbour and inside bets as well.

When you are satisfied with your selections, simply hit the ‘spin’ button to send the wheel a-turning….and then all you have to do is cross your fingers, toes and any other appendages for some good luck!

You’ll hear the ball dancing across the wheel with ultra-realistic sounds and voice commands keeping you in the loop. And when it comes to a stop, you might just be American Roulette’s next winner…

Our American Roulette Tips

There are lots of different betting options in American Roulette, and you can minimize or maximize your risk-reward balance as you see fit!

If you have a lucky number, you can wager on this and enjoy a payout of 35:1. There are other high-paying combinations too, including splits (two connected numbers), streets (three connected numbers) and corners (four connected bets), which pay out at 17:1, 11:1 and 8:1 respectively.

You can try lower-risk wagers too with the likes of lines (5:1), columns (2:1) and dozens (2:1), and if you want to increase your chances of winning even further there are the ‘50/50’ bets that pay out at 1:1 – odd/even, black/red and 1-18/19-36.

And if you are looking for some inspiration for your wagers, American Roulette features a ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ tool. This uses the statistics from the most recent spins of the wheel to identify numbers and bets that have been successful, as well as those pockets on the wheel which have gone cold of late. For more info, just hit the History button.

American Roulette FAQ

For more information about American Roulette, here are a couple of frequently asked questions and their answers.

Like many of NetEnt’s slots and table games, you can try American Roulette for free in demo mode.
As you may know, roulette was a game that was invented by Frenchman Blaise Pascal back in the 19th century. His wheel only featured a single zero, but as the game travelled from Europe to America a major change was made.
And so the main difference between American Roulette and other versions of the game is that this title features two zero pockets, rather than the standard one. There’s more risk (more numbers on the wheel) but greater rewards – in the form of higher payouts – too.
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