French Roulette is world-class variation of Roulette with distinctively French table layout characteristics.
Essentially, French Roulette can be remarked for its peculiarly striking resemblance to European roulette, but there is an unmistakable difference that is immediately apparent: different table layout. A few betting areas have been shifted and quite possible visualized in geometric forms. A few bet types can be renamed in French (Premiere 12 versus The First 12), but they function in the same usual manner.
As in the European Roulette, French Roulette’s wheel features 1 to 36 numbers and a single zero, so no peculiarity here.
It is worth mentioning the La Partage rule, which is a common term in French Roulettes. This term means that if a player makes an even-money bet and the ball lands on zero, a player loses only half their bet.
Key benefits for operators:
– The most popular gaming diversification tool
– Massive scalability and international appeal
– Roulette with huge marketability
Key benefits for players:
– Unique French table design layouts
– Easy-to-follow rules
– High payouts and various bets (Inside Bets, Dozen Bets, Bets on Colour, etc.)
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