American Roulette is truly one of those timeless games that never seems to lose its appeal. Numerous celebrities, well-known films and other popular media have made roulette one of the more stylish pursuits associated with the high life and one of the more popular casino games out there. This is the more well-known version of the game to the gaming world, even though it actually offers slightly worse odds for the player than does the French version of the game because it has both the ‘0’ and ‘00’ number bets.
This game does not offer anything that sets it apart from the other Roulette offerings on the market today, so you should look elsewhere if you're looking for something unique and different. On the other hand, if you're looking for a solidly-executed rendition of a time-tested game that needs no fancy gimmicks, then you need look any further than this game. So, grab that glass of whiskey and that stogie and pull up to the table.
Even though the Roulette board might seem indecipherable at first glance, American Roulette is actually a fairly easy game to learn. The point of the game is to guess in which of 38 slots a virtual plastic ball will land. You begin by making a bet or several bets and then giving the wheel a spin. If you make the right call, you win.
When playing Roulette, you can make any of a number of bets. The amount you can potentially win from each bet is inversely proportional to the probability that your guess will be correct. The types of bets you can make are: