Online Roulette Games For Us Players
Roulette is one of the most popular casino games ever made, and playing online Roulette in the US is now easier than ever, thanks to more and more online casinos accepting US players.
In this artcile, we’ll look at types of Roulette, the pros and cons of playing… as well as a short “how to play” guide to get you started!
Note: This post discusses American Roulette. For our European Roulette guide, follow this link.
A Roulette wheel features 38 numbers; 1 through 36, 0, and 00. To play American Roulette you simply select the type of bet you wish to make, and press “Spin” – the animation of a Roulette wheel will then spin on your screen, and all you have to do is cross your fingers and wait for the result!
There are a lot of bets you can make on an American Roulette table.
The most popular bet type is the “single number wager”, and this is where you wager your money on a single number. If the number comes in, you get paid out at 35/1.
Another popular bet is the even-money bet, which includes betting on Red/Black, Odds/Evens, and High/Low numbers. These bets pay even-money – so a $50 bet returns $100 – and while the actual probability is around 49%, it’s considered a “safe” and fun bet.
Thanks to the simplicity of playing at an online casino, everything is worked out automatically, so all you need to do is simply select the casino chip you wish to bet... select where on the Roulette Table you want to bet… and the computer software does the rest!
Once you’ve selected your best, simply press the “Spin” button, and you’ll be ready to grab the edge of your chair and wait in anticipation for the wheel to spin!
In most cases, online roulette games are identical to land-based roulette games, with the only real exception being that online roulette is software-based.
The result is dictated using a random-number-generator, and in a lots of ways, this makes on-line roulette much easier for you; there’s no having to “fight through the masses” to place your chips… you don’t have to worry about placing your chips in a certain amount of time – it’s all at your own pace – and unlike land-based casinos, there’s no croupier, so you don’t have to wait after each spin for them to settle bets.
Roulette is a game of chance and that's a sure thing.
There are some types of wagers which have significantly better likelihoods of winning over other bets, but at the end of the day, the game is based around luck, and there is no “guaranteed” win system you can use – so don’t be duped into thinking there is.