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Free European Roulette Gold game

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About European Roulette Gold

European Roulette Gold is an excellent version of the timeless casino game. The various types of bets and odds permutations you encounter while playing this game are so numerous that may find yourself playing this one for hours. So, pull up a stool at the virtual table, survey the board, make your bets, and then spin to your heart's content in this classy, time-honored game that never seems to lose its luster.

Various sites and gaming providers offer up various versions of Roulette, but perhaps none has as an overall presentation that's more crisp and smooth than this installment from Micrograming. The graphics are stellar, the spinning of the Roulette wheel and plastic ball appear very life-like, and even the voice of the virtual gambling assistant seems to add a cool extra element to the game.

How to play European Roulette Gold

Yes, a roulette table may be a bit intimidating for those just being initiated into the game but getting the hang of playing this game is actually quite simple: The goal of the game is to guess on which of 37 numbers a plastic ball will land after it is spun in a large, wooden wheel. You are allowed to make any number of bets on single numbers or on categories of numbers. Note that payouts are higher for bets where you have a lower chance of guessing correctly.

The types of bets players can make while playing European roulette are:

  • Single : Guess on which single number the plastic ball will land on. This bet offers the highest possible reward as well as the highest risk.
  • Red or black: Every value aside from zero is classified as red or black; pick which color will come up when the ball finishes spinning.
  • Ranges: Similarly, you can also try to guess in which range - high, medium, or low - the ball will land in.
  • Odd or even: This one is fairly self-explanatory; guess whether the number that comes up will be odd or even
  • Pairs or quads: Put your chips on the borders between numbers to select either sets of two or four values.
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    lvblck
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    5 July 2017 - 1:36pm
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    I tried this roulette table a few days ago at Slotjoint casino. I am not the biggest fan for roulette game but I thought that the graphics and layouts were really nice looking.

    bgsharpe
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    5 July 2017 - 8:26pm
    #2

    I prefer American and not European roulette to be honest, the other thing that annoyed me is the fact this roulette spinning way too slow I think, decent one but nothing special I think.

    auCL-Ed
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    6 July 2017 - 5:57am
    #3

    You prefer American roulette??? What the?!? Sorry but I must shatter your illusions sharpe! Wink

    American Roulette is a travesty! It is a crime committed by casinos against naive players. It should be banned on the grounds that it is such a rip-off that I can't believe that anyone knowingly plays it.

    Well ok... deep breath... the difference of course is that the American version has a 00 pocket as well as a 0, which means an extra chance for you to lose on every spin and a doubling of the house edge to well over 5% which makes it one of the worst table game bets in the casino. Aside from that its pretty much the same game.

    My best tip: never play American Roulette! Smile

    1 member gave thanks for this useful post: sharpe

    bgsharpe
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    6 July 2017 - 12:39pm
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    I must say I play a roulette extremely rare Ed, but one of the American roulette versions I think it was on WinADay so I liked that particular one but apart of that I'm not too much of a roulette player and I guess all that you saying is completely right, didn't thought of the 00 and the house age but it still returns you half of the stake or I think it was the whole stake?
    I don't like those 5 reels roulette's which become modern lately.

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