Play Online Roulette
The Roulette wheel has represented glitz and glamour since the 19th century, and it still draws huge crowds at all of the Caesars Casino properties. Putting your money down on a number and then waiting in anticipation to see if the spinning ball on the wheel will make you are winner is captivating. CaesarsCasino.com offers the most popular Roulette variations, including Classic Roulette and European Roulette.
How to Play Roulette
A thrilling game with elements of luck and chance, Roulette online is played with a wheel displaying 36 numbered slots and a 0 slot. All 36 slots are colored either black or red and the 0 slot is green. Some Roulette wheels also contain a 00 slot. Before the croupier gives the wheel a spin and sends a small white ball whirling, players need to predict which number the ball will land on. Players place bets on the numbers of their choice on the Roulette table and the croupier makes the fateful spin. If the players guessed correctly and the ball lands on their number, they win a prize according to the payout table.
How to Play Roulette
Online Roulette offers a wide variety of betting options to the player. Inside Bets are placed on specific numbers. Outside Bets are placed on the outside area of the Roulette table and cover groups of numbers. Some Roulette games offer extra betting features like Neighbor Bets, which are wagered on numbers that are next to each other on the Roulette wheel.
There is a wide range of strategies that players follow when they play Roulette online, like the D'Alembert Strategy and the James Bond Strategy. However, the most common strategy seems to be the Martingale Strategy, which consists of doubling bets post-loss in a 50/50 chance game.
Martingale Strategy bets can be on black or red, even or odd, 1-18 or 19-36. If the player wins, he bets again with the same size wager. If the player loses, he doubles his previous wager amount and places the same bet again. For example, if the player bet $1 on odd numbers in his first bet and lost, his second bet will be $2 on odd numbers again. If the player wins on the second bet, he pockets the cash and reverts back to his original $1 bet for the next round. If the player loses on the second bet, he must double his bet once more and try again.