Exotic Live Roulette Betting

Roulette is one of casino’s revered table games. There’s a sense of class and sophistication when we play it, whether it’s at a regular land-based casino or online. In fact, even when we’re playing on our mobile I still dress up in a tuxedo. Obviously, the only way to make roulette even better is to add some “je ne sais quoi” to it. Which is exactly what we get on French Roulette.

Va Va Voom To The Wheel

What makes French Roulette stand out? Don’t worry, the red, black and green colours haven’t been replaced with red, white and blue. Nor has David Ginola been chosen to front up a special pro Roulette game like Mike Tyson did in his eponymous version. It’s the betting options which add the real exotic feel. This could be simply because they’ve got exotic sounding names…or it could be because they add some extra oomph to our roulette experience. We reckon it’s a bit of both.

Take for example Voisins du Zero. Otherwise known as “neighbours of zero” and referring to the 17 numbers that reach from 22 to 15. Or there’s the Tiers du Cylindre – the thirds of the wheel. This bet is on an exact third of the wheel, from 33 round to 27. And then there is the Orphelins – the orphans. These are two small areas that take the eight numbers not included within the other bets. For ease, it’s 9, 21, 14, 20 and 1, while on the other side of the table it’s 17, 34 and 6.

A Different Roulette Experience

Playing French Roulette is definitely unique. It adds another level of excitement as we’re not restricted to the typical side bets or playing it safe on black, red, even or odd. By splitting the table up like this, it makes us think more and place strategic bets. And with the names in French, we feel more cultured too. Mange tout, Rodney, mange tout.

By | 2018-06-04T09:10:36+00:00 June 5th, 2018|News|0 Comments