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How is French Live Roulette different from other forms of Roulette?

In French Live Roulette, the croupier spins the ball opposite to the direction of the spinning wheel. The rules are basically the same as European Live Roulette and American Live Roulette. Place your bets in the Live Roulette game by clicking on the on-screen controls.

The wheel has 37 numbered slots including one green 0 and 1-36 numbers. All the numbers are placed alternatively in black and red boxes.

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How to play French Live Roulette

Choose a proper live casino. Select a proper Live Roulette table according to your choice of bets and wagering requirements. Start the game by placing your bets. The rules are similar to European Live Roulette games except that French Live Roulette takes into account a number of special bets. These new bets keep the game interesting and bring something new to the game.

Type of Bets in French Live Roulette Payouts in French Live Roulette Probability in French Live Roulette House Edge in French Live Roulette
Straight 35/1 2.70% 2.70%
Split 17/1 5.41% 2.70%
Street 11/1 8.11% 2.70%
Trio (0,1,2 / 0,2,3) 11/1 8.11% 2.70%
Four-Number (0,1,2,3) 8/1 10.81% 2.70%
Square or Corner 8/1 16.2% 2.70%
Six Line 5/1 32.4% 2.70%
Column 2/1 32.4% 2.70%
Dozen (P12, M12, D12) 2/1 32.4% 2.70%
Red / Black 1/1 48.64% 2.70%
Impair (Odd) / Pair (Even) 1/1 48.64% 2.70%
Manque (Low) / Passe (High) 1/1 48.64% 2.70%

Inside bets in French Live Roulette

Straight-Up Bet – these are the bets that are placed on a single number including 0 and any other number.  Its payout is 35 to 1.

Split Bet – this bet is placed on the line between the numbers and features tow adjacent numbers, The numbers 0 and 1, 0 and 2, 0 and 3 may be included in the bet. The payout is 17 to 1.

Street Bet – This bet is placed on the line at the row ending and features all three numbers in a row. You can also include other combinations like  0, 2, 3 and 0, 1, 2. The payout of this bet is 11 to 1.

Corner Bet – In this bet, four adjacent numbers on the table or 0, 1, 2 and 3 are covered. The chip has to be placed in the middle of all the four numbers. The payout is 8 to 1.

Line Bet – In Line Bet, six numbers found in two adjacent rows of three horizontal numbers are covered. The payout of this bet is 5 to 1.

Outside bets in French Live Roulette

Column Bet – In column bet, the bet is placed in the box at the end of the respective column and showcases the total column. The payout is fixed at 2 to 1.

Dozen Bet – In this bet, 12  numbers are featured. Here in French Roulette, the respective boxes are [positioned in tow areas and marked as Premier Douzaine (numbers 1 to 12) or 12P, Moyenne Douzaine (numbers 13 to 24)  or 12M and Dernière Douzaine (numbers 25 to 36) or 12D. The payout of Dozen bets is 2 to 1.

Bet on Color – This bet involves either all the red numbers or the black nunbers. The bet is placed by putting the wager on the Rouge or Red Diamond or the Noir or the Black diamond. The payout is 1 to 1.

Bet on Odd/Even – In this bet, all the even numbers or all the odd numbers are considered. The bet is placed on the Impair or odd number box or the Pair box or the even number box, the total payout is 1 to 1 for this bet.

Bet on Low/High – This bet features all the low-value numbers or Manque box (1 to 18)  or the Hogh value numbers or Passe box (19 to 36). The payout of this bet is 1 to 1.

Special bets in French Live Roulette

En Prison – If the player has placed a bet on an even money chance and the ball lands in the zero slot, this bet comes into play. The stake remains the same on the table for the next spin.

La Partage – It is similar to En Prison Rule except for the fact that the player receives half of the stake back.

Summary

Name: How is French Live Roulette different from other forms of Roulette?
Author: Stephanie Regan
Published Date: 06/05/2019