Roulette> is certainly one of the most popular casino games, whether you're talking brick and mortar casinos or virtual gaming venues. While its mostly a game of chance, there are a few tricks and tips that new players can learn in order to help their chances of winning. You can check the various versions out at JackpotCity or other top-online casinos.

There are 37 numbers at the European and French version and 38 in the American version because it has a double 0, is spun, and the ball spins in the opposite direction on a circular track that runs all the way around the wheel. It's a game in which players place a variety of bets. The bets can be what number or numbers the ball will land on, what color it will land on, and whether the number is even or odd. The number where the roulette ball lands is called the "pocket".

There are several variations to online roulette, the major two being American and European.

American Roulette: There are 38 numbers on the roulette wheel in this order:

0 - 28 - 9 - 26 - 30 - 11 - 7 - 20 - 32 - 17 - 5 - 22 - 34 - 15 - 3 - 24 - 36 - 13 - 1 - 00 - 27 - 10 - 25 - 29 - 12 - 8 - 19 - 31 - 18 - 6 - 21 - 33 - 16 - 4 - 23 - 35 - 14 – 2

With American Roulette, there are two zeroes, zero and then double zero. If the ball lands on either of these, then all bets go to the dealer. With American roulette, there is a house edge of 5.26%.

European Roulette: With European roulette there are thirty seven numbers on the wheel, as there is no double zero. The numbers run in this order:

0- 32 - 15 - 19 - 4 - 21 - 2 - 25 - 17 - 34 - 6 - 27 - 13 - 36 - 11 - 30 - 8 - 23 - 10 - 5 - 24 - 16 - 33 - 1 - 20 - 14 - 31 - 9 - 22 - 18 - 29 - 7 - 28 - 12 - 35 - 3 - 26

If the ball lands on the single zero, then all best go to the dealer with European roulette. The average house edge with this game is 2.7%. Notice that it is less than with American roulette as there is no double zero.

French Roulette: French roulette is very similar to European roulette, as both have thirty seven pockets as well as only one zero. The difference between European and French roulette lies mostly in the table. With French roulette the table is red. The game also has its own calls: "Manque" means 1-18, "passe" means 19-36, "pair" means even and "impair" means odd.

The roulette table sections are translated into English with this game.