With all the red tape in United States for online gambling, it’s often difficult to find a game of American Roulette or an online casino that accepts US players. This particular American roulette game, as it has been rolled out by the folks at RealTime Gaming (RTG), is a beautifully-designed representation of the game that US players are most familiar with. RTG needs no specific introduction in the world of online casino software, as it has long been hailed as one of the leaders in the industry.
The American version of the game of roulette, whether it is in a land based casino or online roulette, is different from its European counterpart in very fundamental ways. The most prominent of those ways is that there is both a zero (0) and double zero (00) on the roulette wheel
RTG’s American Roulette is one roulette game where it is absolutely easy to get started. The virtual chip tray is just to the left side of the interface, and you simply click on one of the four different denominations to establish what you your basic bet is going to be. Then just proceed to the layout and click at whatever bet you want to place - and if you want to take a denomination and bet it multiple times, then just click it as many times as you have to. Of course, you can make straight bets (bets on any specific number) in this game, along with:
* Street Bets, which cover any set of three numbers in a row.
* Line Bets, which cover a set of six numbers in two adjacent rows.
* Column Bet, covering a whole column of numbers on the table and pays off at 2-to-1 odds;
* Even-Money Bets, resulting from a bet on 18 numbers at once, covering various groupings of numbers, whether they be by sequence (e.g., 1-8), by color (red or black), odd or even, etc. Basically it's an even money bet, or let's put it this way - it's about as close as you're going to get to it in the game of online roulette.
If you're someone that likes to play roulette
with a "strategy," you're certainly going to have the chance to use it.
When you mouse over the various wagers, you can easily see what the payouts are, as well as the maximum wager. For instance, you have the chance to mouse over the number 19 on the layout and it will tell you that the odds of the payout are 35-to-1 and that the highest wager you can put down is $10. If you move the mouse over to the line that is between the 19 and 20, you'll find out that the odds are 17-to-1, and the maximum bet allowed is $20.
When you being your mouse over the propositions, like the "1st 12" or the "Odd," you'll see a yellow outline that will tell you precisely which numbers the bet covers, and as a result you are never going to be left "in the dark" when you lay your money down. .
It's the same case when the numbers come out, especially if you are one of those people who track them, which is a popular practice among roulette players, regardless of where they are. You're going to be able to see which numbers have been already landed in the current sequence, in a tote board that records those numbers "live." Then if you want to go ahead and base your wagers on some strategy, that is up to you. If you take a look and see that six black numbers have come up against just a couple of red numbers, do you start making decisions based on the "law of averages"? Well, maybe you do.
One thing you can have no doubt about is your ability to clearly see any number that comes up on the spin. You've got both the tote board at the top (which sort of resembles the tote board at a race track), and also both a long view and a short view (in the inset) of the roulette wheel.
Roulette may be thought of by some as an "exclusive" game, but that's not really the case. In point of fact, roulette is a game that is surprisingly accessible to small-money players since it can be played, in this game anyway, with a minimum bet of just 25 cents. So there is no excuse for you not to start playing this game of American Roulette, if you are a fan of online roulette.