Have a spin of the classic casino wheel in EU Roulette.
Enjoy all of your favourite roulette features, and place special bets such as Tiers and Orphelins.
Take your pick of three alternate camera angles, and speed up your game using the available Turbo Mode!
Place your bets.
The bet sizes available in EU Roulette range from £1 to £200.
How to Play
When you play EU Roulette, you will be using identical rules to any standard roulette table.
Your objective is to accurately predict the numbered pocket that the white ball will land on at the end of its spin.
You have the ability to customise parts of EU Roulette, as you can select alternate colours for the table, and there is also Turbo Mode to play at an enhanced speed.
Placing a Bet
To place a bet in this casino game, you must click the Chips button. This then enables you to alter the value of the chips that you will be using.
After you have selected your chip, it will be surrounded by a white glow, and moved to the centre of the chip selector.
You can add the chip to a bet by selecting the area of the table that you wish to cover, or you can drag the chip over the area and drop it.
Once you have added a chip to the table, you will be able to use the 'Undo', 'Clear Bets' and 'Double' options.
Alongside your standard roulette wagers, you will be able to place Tiers, Orphelins, Voisins Du, Zero Spiel and Neighbour Bets in EU Roulette.
Select from three available colours for your online roulette table in this game: red, blue and green.
In the settings window, you will be able to select your favourite.
Speed up the pace of the game by using Turbo Mode.
You will have three alternate speeds to select from.
In EU Roulette, you can view three different camera angles.
To edit the angle of the camera, select the 'View' button on your screen.
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Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 97.30%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.30 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.