French Roulette in South Africa

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French roulette is one of the more popular casino games in South Africa. The game also known as Roulet à la française has 37 pockets on the roulette wheel. These pockets are numbered 0-36. There is a betting table which shows all these numbers and the many types of bets that can be placed. Bets in the game are almost the same as most other forms of roulette. The white ball falls into a pocket to determine if a player has won.

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Tips for Playing French Roulette at South African Online Casinos

There is no special way that the game is played in South African which is different from the rest of the rest of the world. Therefore the tips on how to play the game are the same. Below we have listed the most important things that will help players to enjoy their French roulette.

  1. The most important thing to do is to find a safe and trustworthy casino to play the game. There are many online casinos that are just waiting to scam players. So be safe.
  2. There is no point in playing casino games for real money without knowing the rules. That is unless you are on a mission to throw away money. Make it a point to know the rules of the game before you begin to play for real.
  3. Set and maintain a bankroll. The best way to set a bankroll is to first determine how much you want to play with per day. Divide your bet into the smallest stakes. This will give you more time playing even if you are losing. Reducing the speed of the game also helps to give you more time enjoying.
  4. Winners know when to stop. For most people when they are on a winning streak they want to continue playing. Often this leads to losing the winnings. Unless if you are an irresponsible gambler who gambles with funds not intended for gambling, a losing streak will force you to stop.

How to Play Online Roulette

French Roulette Bets

Players can bet on a single number which gives the top prize of 35 times the bet. This is an example of an inside bet. Although inside bets pay more, the odds of winning them are lower. Outside bets like betting on odd or even numbers have a higher probability of winning. But the payouts for such a bet are marginally short of doubling your bet.

Basics of Online Roulette

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