offers the chance to play some of the best free online roulette games on the net. Play, have fun and increase your skills at one of the most popular and fascinating casino games. Over the years, many people have tried to beat the casino - and turn roulette into a game on which the player expects to win - and a number of betting systems has been developed claiming of being able to beat the casino edge. True thing is that big fortunes changed hands during one night.

Classic Roulette

Island Roulette

When you sit down and play roulette in this classic game you appear in absolutely new world. It is bright and full of risk, hazard and passion. This very moment you start thinking of the way to win much money. You see nothing and hear nothing around you, because you are completely absorbed with the game! The roulette fascinates the player at the spectacle of a spinning ball. There is nothing more important in the world for you than the process of playing and winning money. This game affords pleasure and gives pungent feelings to every player, and if Fortune favors you with her smile, you will become a lucky winner.

Many years ago in the sea deep waters a ship went down. It was one of the biggest and more comfortable ships which were sailing those days. A powerful storm burst out and after a powerful crash the crew was washed overbroad. Those people were pirates and now they are lying at the bottom of the sea surrounded by their treasures. You see a thick uneven layer of rust and aquatic plants over the broken ship. Now it is a place of living for a great number of fishes and other underwater creatures. All equipment of the craft became useless but a table with roulette is still working. Sometimes the fishes are trying to play this game. You have a chance to keep them company and to win treasures. Island Roulette immerses the player to the mysterious underwater world and attracts him with money and easy winnings. Melodious music, original idea and high-grade graphics add the game charm and peculiarity.

Prehistoric Roulette

Japanese Roulette

All people know that roulette takes the main place among the casino games and it is a centre of everybody's attention. It can turn you into a tsar and God or into a poor man and a beggar. Both roulette and online roulette have the ability to changes people's live in a second. How many people does this impact every day? How many people have won money? Nobody knows the answer to these questions. So we made this game absolutely secure for your money. Just relax and take pleasure of the game. The rules are simple. Roulette is a game where you bet on numbers, combinations of numbers, even and odd numbers etc. A ball spins around the roulette wheel ...

When you play the game Japanese Roulette a beautiful girl attracts your attention. She has an unusual for a girl life story. She spent her childhood in a far away country having no chance to exploit her potentialities. Once, her elder brother taught her to play cards. It was the simplest game, but it made an impression on the girl. Since that day the girl became crazy about gambling games: she collected any sort of information about cards, developed sleight of hand and learned tricks. Pungent sensations, risk and hazard drew her with insurmountable power.

Egyptian Roulette

GoldRush Roulette

With Egyptian Roulette you set out to Ancient Egypt. When you appear there you will sure that its history was very interesting and many-sided. You will meet two beautiful Egyptian girls who overshadow the sun with their beauty; you will see the temples and play the roulette of course. You will plunge into a world which is full of risk, hazard and passion. From this very moment you will be completely absorbed with the game! The roulette fascinates the player at the spectacle of a spinning ball. This game affords pleasure and gives pungent feelings to every player, and if Fortune favors you with her smile you can win a huge amount of money. The game itself strikes you with the graphics and design. We offer you to listen to pleasant music and to take part in Egyptian Roulette to feel a glorious victory!

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 Series of Numbers

Voisins du zéro (neighbors of zero)

This is a name, more accurately Grand Voisins du Zéro, for the seventeen numbers which lie between 22 and 25 on the wheel including 22 and 25 themselves. The series is 22,18,29,7,28,12,35,3,26,0,32,15, 19,4,21,2,25 (on a single zero wheel).

9 chips or multiples thereof are bet. 2 chips are placed on the 0,2,3 trio; 1 on the 4/7 split; 1 on 12/15; 1 on 18/21; 1 on 19/22; 2 on 25/26/28/29 corner; and 1 on 32/35.

The bet on this section is very popular in Eastern Europe, most notably in the Czech Republic.

Jeu zéro (zero game)

Zero game, also known as zero spiel (spiel is German for game or play), is the name for the numbers closest to zero. All numbers in the zero game are included in the big series, but are placed differently. The numbers are as follows: 12, 35, 3, 26, 0, 32, 15.

The bet consists of 4 chips or multiples thereof. 1 chip on 0/3 split, 1 on 12-15 split, 1 on 26 straight up and 1 on 32-35 split. Popular bet in Germany and many European casinos. This bet is also offered as a 5 piece bet in many Eastern European casinos. As a 5 piece bet it is known as zero spiel naca and includes, in addition to the chips placed as noted above, a straight-up on number 19.

Le tiers du cylindre (Thirds of the wheel)

This is the name for the twelve numbers which lie on the opposite side of the wheel between 27 and 33 including 27 and 33 themselves. The series is 27,13,36,11,30,8,23,10,5,24,16,3 3 (on a single zero wheel). The full name (although very rarely used - most players just call it as "tiers") for this bet is "le tiers du cylindre" (translated from French into English means one third of the wheel) because it covers twelve numbers (placed as 6 splits), which is as close to 1/3 of the wheel as one can get. Very popular bet in British casinos. Tier bets out number Voisin and Orphans bets by a massive margin.

6 chips or multiples thereof are bet. 1 chip is placed on each of the following splits: 5/8; 10/11; 13/16; 23/24; 27/30; 33/36.

The Tiers bet is also called the "Small Series" and in some casinos (most notably in South Africa) "Series 5/8" It includes the following wagers which are all splits
5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, 33/36

A variant known as "Tier 5,8,10,11" has an additional chip placed straight up on 5, 8, 10 and 11; and so is a 10-piece bet.

Orphelins (orphans)

These numbers make up the two slices of the wheel outside the Tiers and Voisins. They contain a total of eight numbers, comprising 17,34,6 and 1,20,14,31,9.

5 chips or multiples thereof are bet. 1 chip is placed straight-up on 1 and 1 chip on each of the splits: 6/9; 14/17; 17/20 and 31/34.

... and the neighbors

A number may be backed along with the 2 numbers on either side of it in a 5 piece bet. For example, "0 and the Neighbors" is a 5 piece bet with 1 piece straight-up on 3, 26, 0, 32 and 15. Neighbors bets are often put on in combinations, for example "1, 9, 14 and the neighbors" is a 15 piece bet covering 18, 22, 33, 16 with 1 piece; 9, 31, 20, 1 with 2 pieces and 14 with 3 pieces.
Any of the above bets may be combined, e.g. "Orphelins by 1 and Zero and the Neighbors by 1." The "...and the Neighbors." is often assumed by the croupier.

Final bets

Another bet offered on the single zero game is "finals". Most often pronounced finaal, but also finale (common with Italian speakers), and finals.
Finaal 4, for example, is a 4 piece bet and consists of 1 piece placed on each of the numbers ending in 4, that is 4, 14, 24 and 34. Finaal 7 is a 3 piece bet, 1 piece each on 7, 17 and 27.
Finaal bets from finaal 0 (zero) to finaal 6 cost 4 pieces. Finaal bets 7, 8 and 9 cost 3 pieces.
Some casinos also offer split-finaal bets, for example finaal 5/8 would be a 4 piece bet, 1 piece each on the splits 5/8, 15/18, 25/28 and 35.

European roulette wheel, including announced bets in French [Image credit:]

 Roulette Strategies

Over the years, many people have tried to beat the casino, and turn roulette - a game designed to turn a profit for the house - into one on which the player expects to win. Most of the time this comes down to the use of betting systems, often relying on the "Gambler's fallacy", that is the idea that past results are a guide to the future (for example, if a roulette wheel has come up 10 times in a row on red, that red on the next spin is any more or less likely than if the last spin was black).

All betting systems relying on patterns, when employed on casino edge games will result, on average, in the player losing money. One can win, sure, and may indeed win very large sums of money, but the losses (which, depending on the design of the betting system, may occur quite rarely) will outweigh the wins.

Here are the most know strategies:

Martingale betting strategy

The numerous even-money bets in roulette have inspired many players over the years to attempt to beat the game by using one or more variations of a Martingale betting strategy, wherein the gamer doubles the bet after every loss, so that the first win would recover all previous losses, plus win a profit equal to the original bet. The problem with this strategy is that, remembering that past results do not affect the future, it is possible for the player to lose so many times in a row, that the player, doubling and redoubling his bets, either runs out of money or hits the table limit. A large financial loss is certain in the long term if the player continued to employ this strategy.

Fibonacci system

Another strategy is the Fibonacci system, where bets are calculated according to the Fibonacci sequence. Regardless of the specific progression, no such strategy can statistically overcome the casino's advantage, since the expected value of each allowed bet is negative.

The dopey experiment

While not a strategy to win money, former Los Angeles Times editor Andrés Martinez described a betting method in his book on Las Vegas titled "24/7". He called it the "dopey experiment". The idea is to divide one's roulette session bankroll into 35 units. This unit is bet on a particular number for 35 consecutive spins. Thus, if the number hits in that time, the gambler wins back the original bankroll and can play subsequent spins with house money. However, there is only a  = 60.68% probability of winning within 35 spins (assuming a double-zero wheel with 38 pockets).

Labouchère System

The Labouchère System is a progression betting strategy like the Martingale but does not require the gambler to risk his stake as quickly with dramatic double-ups. The Labouchere System involves using a series of numbers in a line to determine the bet amount, following a win or a loss. Typically, the player adds the numbers at the front and end of the line to determine the size of the next bet. When he wins, he crosses out numbers and continues working on the smaller line. If he loses, then he adds his previous bet to the end of the line and continues to work on the longer line. This is a much more flexible progression betting system and there is much room for the player to design his initial line to his own playing preference.

This system is one that is designed so that when the player has won over a third of his bets (less than the expected 18/38), he will win. Whereas the Martingale will cause ruin in the event of a long sequence of successive losses, the Labouchère system will cause bet size to grow quickly even where a losing sequence is broken by wins. This occurs because as the player loses, the average bet size in the line increases.

As with all other betting systems, the average value of this system is negative.

D'Alembert System

The system, also called montant et demontant (from French, meaning upwards and downwards), is often called a pyramid system. It is based on a mathematical equilibrium theory devised by a French mathematician of the same name. Like the Martingale, this system is mainly applied to the even-money outside bets, and is favored by players who want to keep the amount of their bets and losses to a minimum. The betting progression is very simple: after each loss, one unit is added to the next bet, and after each win, one unit is deducted from the next bet. Starting with an initial bet of, say, 10 units, a loss would raise the next bet to 11 units. If this is followed by a win, the next bet would be 10 units. Another win would lower the next bet to 9 units.

This betting system relies on the gambler's fallacy - that the player is more likely to lose following a win, and more likely to win following a loss. does not promote illegal, underage gambling or gambling to those who live in a jurisdiction where gambling is considered unlawful.
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