French Roulette House review
Many mobile game developers have created their respective versions of the French Roulette. But Play’n GO’s version of the classic table game is exceptional with sharp graphics and a clutter-free screen.
Players don’t easily get distracted when they’re playing the game. The background music keeps the casino vibe, and the female dealer’s voice brings out the classiness of the game. The roulette wheel is on point, too. As it spins, you’ll hear the exact sound of a spinning roulette wheel.
You won’t only enjoy the overall design of the French Roulette, but the gameplay is also very easy. You only need to choose the desired chip value, which is located at the lower left of the screen.
Click on your chosen value, then click on any part of the number grid to place the bet. Once you’re satisfied with your bet, click SPIN to begin the round.
You’ll be happy about the generous betting limits. You can bet from 1 to 100 for INSIDE and OUTSIDE bets and even wager on a total bet of 1000. There are ANNOUNCE bets and GROUP bets, which can be found above the numbers grids.
You can place a bet by clicking on one of the sections from that area. You are also given the chance to remove you bets all at once and place the same bet again in one click.
Play’n GO’s French Roulette has no bonus rounds, free spins, or auto plays. However, it offers many betting options, which are also outstanding features of the mobile game.
INSIDE BETS – Seasoned players have the confidence to wager on these bets because of the high payouts. However, the chances of winning INSIDE BETS are really low, unless it’s your lucky day.
|Straight Up||A bet placed on a single number||35:1|
|Split||A bet placed on the line adjoining two numbers on the roulette table; It means that you’re betting on those two adjacent numbers||17:1|
|Street||A bet placed on any row that covers three numbers; You put the chips at the end of the row.||11:1|
|Trio||A bet that covers three numbers including 0. These combinations are 0/1/2 and 0/2/3.||11:1|
|Corner||A bet placed at the intersection of horizontal and vertical lines, covering four numbers on the board. It’s the middle point of four numbers||8:1|
|Line||A bet placed on the board’s outer border; It’s the middle point of two rows, consisting of six numbers.||5:1|
OUTSIDE BETS – This set of bets is highly recommended for first-time players, and those who want to have a good chance at winning. The downside is that the payouts are not that grand compared to INSIDE BETS.
|Columns||A bet placed on “2 to 1” boxes; It covers an entire column of 12 numbers.||2:1|
|Dozens||A bet placed on “1st 12”, “2nd 12”, and “3rd 12” boxes; Each box covers 12 consecutive numbers: 1-12, 13-24, and 25-36.||2:1|
|Red/Black||A bet placed on the two colours of the roulette; If the ball rests on 0, you lose the game.||1:1|
|Impair/Pair||A bet placed on ODD or EVEN numbers; If the ball rests on 0, you lose the game.||1:1|
|Manque/Passe||This bet covers to sets of numbers: set 1-18 and set 19-36. It doesn’t include 0||1:1|
ANNOUNCE BETS – This is called the FRENCH BETS, seeing the names of the bets. Choosing any of them automatically places chips of various numbers before the round commences.
|Jeu 0 (Zero)||This is a small version of the Voisins du zero. It consists of four bets, automatically placing a chip on STRAIGHT UP 26 and three chips on SPLITS 0&3, 12&15, and 32&35.|
|Jeu 7/9||This is similar to Jeu 0, but it consists of 6 bets. It automatically places one chip on STRAIGHT UP 19 and 27, and one chip on each of the four SPLITS: 7&8, 8&9, 17&18, and 28&29.|
|Voisins du Zero||You need to place 9 chips to bet on this. It comprises two chips on STREETS 0, 2, and 3 (25,26,28,29 corner) and one chip on the SPLIT 4&7, 12&15, 18&21, 19&22, and 32&35.|
|Tiers du Cylindre||There are six chips in place, consisting of one for every SPLIT 5&8, 10&11, 13&16, 23&24, 27&30, and 33&36.|
|Finales en Plein||These are STRAIGHT UP bets that have a common end digit such as 1, 11, 21, 31 or 4, 14, 24, 34.|
|Finales a Cheval||This covers a sequence of split numbers. It’s an advanced type of bet, so you don’t have to worry about this.|
|Orphelins en Plein||This bet consists of 8 STRAIGHT UP numbers, including 1, 6, 9, 14, 17, 20, 31, and 34.|
|Orphelins a Cheval||This bet places five chips on the table. It includes one chip on STRAIGHT UP 1 and one chip on each SPLIT bet 6&9, 14&17, 17&20, and 31&34.|
|Black Splits||These are adjacent black numbers. It automatically places bets on 7 SPLITS such as 8&11, 11&10, 10&13, 17&20, 26&29, 29&28, and 28&31.|
|Red Splits||These are adjacent red numbers. It automatically places bets on 4 SPLITS such as 9&12, 18&21, 16&19, and 27&30.|
GROUP BETS – This is located above the numbers grid. It includes Serie 5/8, Orph, Serie 0/2/3, and Zero bets. Depending on where the chip is placed, you can win payouts from 11:1 to 35:1.
The French Roulette of Play’n GO is one of the best versions you can play with. There is nothing complicated with the overall design, it offers many betting options, and you have the liberty to bet on how much you can or you want. If you’re on legal age, you can play this one.