How to Play Online Roulette

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Roulette makes up a staple part of brick-and-mortar casinos and is increasing in popularity in online casinos too. In today’s article, we’ll be taking a closer look at how online roulette works. Please note, that this is not a guide for live roulette, which is online roulette that includes a live dealer, but for the online variants which include a ‘digital’ dealer. So, without any more delay, let’s explore how to play online roulette. 

What is Online Roulette?

Roulette is a game of chance that may be found in both online and physical casinos worldwide.

It was first performed in Paris in the late 1700s, and by the 20th century, it had become popular all over the world. Any casino nowadays would be incomplete without at least one roulette table.

The game comes in three basic variants: American, European, and French. The variety and excitement of roulette have grown even more as a result of the emergence of numerous new varieties in the world of online casinos.

Basic Rules 

In order to win in roulette, you must correctly estimate which number the ball will land on after the wheel is spun. You do this by making bets on a roulette board, which, depending on the variation you're playing, has 37 or 38 numbers and a variety of betting alternatives. If your wager is successful, you will be compensated.

Since the game is totally based on chance rather than any kind of talent, even complete beginners have a possibility of winning when they play.

The basic rules of Roulette are as follows:

  • On the roulette table, place your wager in the designated area.
  • The table limits for roulette wagers must be adhered to.
  • Before the dealer ends the betting round, bets can be placed on the roulette wheel.
  • Only the dealer touches the chips of the players who placed losing bets and pays the winners.
  • Throughout any playing session, you shouldn't touch the marker of the winning number.
  • A paytable is used to determine payouts for various winning wager kinds.
  • Before the dealer ends the betting round, bets can be placed on the roulette wheel.
  • The red and black pockets of a roulette wheel are numbered 1-36, and the green pocket is marked with a single zero.
  • The additional double zero pocket on the American roulette wheel raises the house advantage (French and European Roulette do not feature this additional number).

Online Roulette Step-By-Step Guide

Step 1: Choose Your Roulette Wheel

Once you’ve created an account at Lord Ping you’ll need to decide the online roulette wheel you’d like to play. There’s a broad range of options on offer, so take your time and explore.

Step 2: Place Your Bets

Once you’ve chosen and loaded your game you’ll need to place your bet. In online roulette, the dealer is part of the game software (unlike live roulette which has a real dealer). You’ll still need to place your wager before the reel spins though!

Step 3: Collect Potential Winnings

Of course, roulette is 100% a game of chance, and therefore no wins are ever guaranteed. However, if you’re lucky enough to be a winner then you’ll be able to collect your winnings once the winning number/color has been revealed.

Play Online Roulette at LordPing

Now you know how to play online roulette it's time to explore the many roulette tables on offer here at Lord Ping. At Lord Ping you’ll find a range of roulette games on offer including all the popular variants such as European, French, and American roulette. Sign up and play today to discover more.

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