Play Online Roulette at Mansion Casino Australia

Roulette is an exciting casino game that comes with an interesting history. As the game has grown and developed over the years, different versions of roulette have been created. The game of roulette is both fun and easy to play, although players should take some time out to learn about the various roulette bets that are available to choose from. While there is some skill in choosing the best roulette bets to make, the game itself is a game of luck that can be played in the same way in both land-based and online casino. The odds of the game are affected by the variation chosen, so it is important to become familiar with the game variations and in order to make the best roulette choices.

History of Roulette

The earliest roulette-style games that can be traced date back to the Roman and Greek eras to games that were played by spinning wagon wheels. The wheels were spun and when it stopped spinning, the number that would win was the number that stopped next to an arrow that had been stuck in the ground.

Roulette as we know it today can be traced back to the French scientist, Blaise Pascal, who invented a roulette wheel that worked on perpetual motion in 1655. The actual word roulette means a ‘small wheel.’ There were a number of changes and developments that took place over the years, and by the 18th century, players were already taking part in roulette games of the French roulette version that included the small ball that comes to rest in one of the pockets next to the numbers on the roulette wheel. The American version of the game was developed around the same time.

Roulette became a standard casino game in brick and mortar casinos, and therefore had a natural progression to online casinos, just as other popular land-based casino games did.


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Odds

There are a few different variations of roulette that come with different odds. The odds change according to the number of pockets that are found on the roulette wheel. For example, the American roulette version has an additional pocket, the double zero “00” that brings the total number of pockets to 38. The house edge of American roulette is 5.26%. In comparison, European roulette only has a single zero, and not both the single and double zero pockets. The house edge for European roulette is 2.7%, which is lower than that of American roulette.

In addition to this, since roulette has a number of different bets that can be placed, the odds will change according to each type of bet. The bets that have high payout rates have low odds of winning, and the bets that pay out even money or are closer to even money payouts, have greater odds of occurring. The bet with the worst odds for the player is a single number bet that is usually paid out at 35:1 and comes with odds of 36:1. Players can also choose far more general bets, such as whether the ball will land on either a red or black pocket, or whether the number will be high or low. The payout for these bets is 1:1 with the odds being 1.01:1.


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Game Rules

The rules of roulette are simply and all players need to do is make the decision of which wager they would like to play. The roulette wheel is spun, with the addition of a small ball that is thrown in the opposite direction to the wheel. Players must place wagers before the casino employee or casino software stop accepting wagers since the ball is about to come to rest in one of the pockets. It is possible to place a few bets on different outcomes in the same game. The wagers that are placed in roulette are either inside bets or outside bets. They are known as either inside or outside bets because they are either placed on the inside section of the roulette table or on the outside section of the table.

Roulette inside bets:

  • Straight or Single Bet - This bet is placed on a single number between zero (0) or double zero (00) and 36. Players should make sure to place the bet in the centre of the betting square.
  • Split Bet - In order to place bets on two numbers that lie adjacent on the roulette table, players can place a bet on the line that connects the squares around the two numbers.
  • Street Bet - This bet is also known as a row bet. The bet is placed at the end of a row of three numbers.
  • Corner or Square Bet - The player places a bet on four numbers by placing the wager at the point where four squares meet.
  • Six Line or Double Street Bet - The bet is placed at the end of the row touching two horizontal lines.
  • There are a few other bets that can be placed only on either the single zero or the double zero games, or differ slightly between the two game variations, such as the Trio, Basket and Top Line bets.

Roulette outside bets:

  • Odd or Even Bet - Players can choose either that the ball will land on an odd or even number. This wager is placed on a space that reads “odd” or “even.”
  • Red or Black Bet - Players can choose either that the ball will land on a red space or a black space. This wager is placed on the red or the black diamonds.
  • High or Low Bet - This wager is placed on the ball landing on either the low bet between numbers 1 and 18, or the high bet between numbers 19 and 36.
  • Dozen Bet - This wager is placed on either the first dozen numbers between 1 and 12, the second dozen numbers between 13 and 24, or the third dozen numbers between 25 and 36.
  • Column Bet - As with the row bet, the wager is placed at the end of a column. If the ball lands in any of the numbers in that column of 12, the player wins the bet.

Once the bet has been placed, click on the “Spin” button to release the ball into the spinning wheel. Wait for it to come to rest and you will be paid out for any wins.


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Popular Roulette Games

While all roulette games are played in the same way, there are a number of popular variations that are played both online and offline.

  • American Roulette - In addition to the numbered spaces from 1 to 36, this game also has the 0 and the 00 spaces. The name of this version is American roulette because the 00 was added in America in order to increase the house advantage.
  • European Roulette - This roulette version has 37 pockets ranging from the single 0, and then from 1 to 36.
  • French Roulette - This game is much like the European roulette version of the game, although it is always labled in French, and it has the additional call bets added.
  • Mini Roulette - This is simply a smaller version of the game and is only found in online casinos and not in land-based casinos. Mini roulette has a single zero and is numbered up to 12.
  • Premium Roulette - These games can be offered for all roulette variations. In addition to the higher quality design, these games can be played as both single and multi-player games.
  • 3D Roulette - This is an online version of the game that comes with a 3D display to give more of the look and feel of a land-based roulette wheel and table.

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Roulette Tips

Choose a Single Zero Game: The single zero versions of roulette, such as European roulette offer greater odds of winning. When possible, this format of the game should be played.

Choose Outside Bets: While outside bets may pay out less per win, the odds of winning are greater. This means that over time there is a greater chance of winning on these bets. The more general the bet is, the more chance there is of a win.

Do Not Buy a Betting System: While there are many roulette betting systems available, the only system that really works is making wise betting choices.

Play Free Roulette Games: The best way to learn to play roulette is to first play free games. This will give you a chance to practice making the various bets so that you can place them more quickly when playing real money games, and not feel pressured to make a quick decision. Playing free roulette games also gives you a chance to try out the various roulette variations that are available.

Manage Your Bankroll: As with all online casino games, it is important to set your own limits and manage your bankroll in order to stay in control of your gaming experience.


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Game Buttons Information

Spin - Starts the wheel spinning at the beginning of the game, and at the end of a winning round, this button can be used to spin after leaving the winning chip/s on the table.

Clear - Removes all chips from the table.

Rebet - When a player wishes to replace the bets from the previous round.

Rebet & Spin - This button replaces the previous bet’s chips and spins the wheel.


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Glossary

Colour Bet: A bet that is placed on either red or black winning.

Column Bet: A bet placed on one of the three columns of 12 numbers each.

Corner Bet: This bet is placed on the four numbers that make up the corners of the roulette table.

Double Stree/Line Bet: When a bet is placed on two rows of three numbers each, totaling six numbers.

Dozen Bet: Placing a bet on a dozen numbers in sequence.

Even Money: Even money is paid out on bets such as the odd/even bet, the red/black bet, and the high/low bet. An even money payout is 1:1.

Five Number Bet: This bet is found in American roulette and is placed on the 00, 0, 1, 2, and 3.

High/Low: A bet can be placed on high numbers 19 - 36, or on low numbers 1 - 18.

Inside Bet: Bets that are placed inside the rectangle of bets on the roulette table.

Odd/Even Bet: This bet is placed on the ball landing on either odd numbers or even numbers.

Outside Bet: This is a bet placed outside the rectangle of numbered bets on the roulette table.

Payout: When the casino pays out winnings.

Racetrack: In the French roulette version, there are some additional bets that can be placed known as the racetrack bets.

Roulette Wheel and Ball: The wheel that is spun, with the ball spun in the opposite direction, that help determine which number is the winning number for that round.

Split Bet: This bet is an inside bet that is placed on two numbers that are located next to each other on the roulette table.

Straight Bet: This is a bet on a single number between 0/00 and 36.

Street Bet/Row Bet: This bet is placed on three numbers that are in a row on the roulette table.


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Opening an Account and Playing for Real Money

If you wish to play roulette with the chance to take home your winnings, you need to open up a Real Money account at Mansion Casino Australia. An account with the online casino is easy to open, and once a player is registered with a user name and password, and has deposited funds into their online casino account, they can begin playing Real Money roulette games.

The steps that are needed to open a Real Money account begin with filling in the online form with personal details. Players will also need to choose the Australian dollar as the currency choice, and will need to choose a payment method by which to fund the account. The payment method can be chosen from the list that is found in the cashier section of the website. When players fund their accounts, they can also benefit from the $5,000 new player Welcome Bonus package that is offered. After having taken these steps, simply go to the lobby or the casino games tab and pick your favourite online roulette variation.

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