Enjoy the thrills of a European roulette table without having to break the bank!
User Guide / Rules
In European Roulette, you try to predict the number slot where the ball will stop. The European Roulette version of Roulette has only one zero and offers more chances to win than the American Roulette which has two zeros.
2. GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Roulette type: European Roulette
Minimum Bet for 0.1-10 table: 0.1 Euro
Chip stacks: 0.1, 0.5, 1, 5, 25, 50
Note: The game will disconnect if no actions are taken for 15 consecutive minutes.
2.1. Disconnection while the ball is spinning
- If the amount bet is taken from the balance, and the game disconnects: once the connection is re-established, the winning number is shown in the History panel, and any winnings are added to the balance.
- If the amount bet is not taken from the balance, and the game disconnects: once the connection is re-established, no winnings are awarded, as the bet was not completed.
Note: The game information is saved in the game logs; to access the game logs click the History button or press the H key.
Note: In case of malfunction all pays and play are voided; any bet that was not yet accepted will be voided, any bet that was unsettled will be refunded.
2.2. Betting limits
|Bet Type||0.1-10 Table – Maximum Bets|
|Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High||250|
|Finals (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)||40|
|Finals (7, 8, 9)||30|
3. MINIMUM PC REQUIREMENTS
The minimum hardware requirements are:
- Pentium with 1-gigahertz (GHz) processor or faster
- At least 256 megabytes of RAM (512 MB is recommended)
- At least 300 megabytes of available space on the hard disk
- Keyboard and Mouse or some other compatible pointing device
- Video adapter and monitor with Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution
3.2. Instant Play
In order to launch Instant Play, you need to have installed Adobe® Flash® Player 9 or newer.
|Microsoft® Windows®||Mac OS X||Linux® and Solaris™|
|Processor||Intel® Pentium® II 450MHz, AMD Athlon® 600MHz or faster processor (or equivalent)||Intel Core™ Duo 1.33GHz or faster processor
PowerPC G3 500MHz or faster processor
|800MHz or faster processor|
|Memory||128MB of RAM||128MB of RAM||512MB of RAM|
|Graphics memory||128MB of graphics memory|
Instant Play is supported on any desktop operating systems and browsers that support Flash Player 9+.
Windows Server® 2008,
Windows Server 2003,
|Internet Explorer 6.0 and above,
Mozilla Firefox 2.0 and above,
Google Chrome 2.0 and above,
Safari 3.0 and above,
Opera 9.5 and above,
AOL 9.0 and above
|Mac OS||Mac OS X 10.6,
Mac OS X 10.5,
Mac OS X 10.4 (Intel),
Mac OS X 10.4 (PowerPC)
|Safari 3.0 and above,
Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above,
Google Chrome 2.0 and above,
Opera 9.5 and above,
AOL Desktop for Mac 1.0 and above
|Linux||Red Hat® Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5 or later,
openSUSE® 11 or later,
Ubuntu 7.10 or later
|Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above,
Google Chrome 2.0 and above,
SeaMonkey 1.11 and above
|Solaris||Solaris™ 10||Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and above|
4. TYPES OF BET
- Straight Up – 1 number – Pays 35:1
You can bet on any number, including 0, by placing chips directly on a number.
- Split – 2 numbers – Pays 17:1
You can bet on two numbers using the same wager by placing a chip on the line that separates the two numbers.
- Split 0 – 2 numbers – Pays 17:1
You can bet on combinations such as 0+1, 0+2 and 0+3, by placing a chip on the line that separates the 0 from the other numbers.
- Street – 3 numbers – Pays 11:1
You can bet on three numbers using the same wager by placing chips on the exterior top borderline of the Roulette table – above the 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33 and 36 roulette table numbers.
- Trio – 3 numbers – Pays 11:1
A bet on the intersecting point between 0, 1 and 2, or 0, 2 and 3.
- Corner – 4 numbers – Pays 8:1
You can place a bet on four numbers at a time, by placing chips on the corners where the four numbers meet. E.G.: the central point that the roulette numbers 4, 5, 7, and 8 meet.
- Corner 0 – 0, 1, 2 and 3 – Pays 8:1
You can bet on 0+1+2+3 by placing chips on the exterior point where numbers 0 and 3 meet.
- Six Line – 6 numbers – Pays 5:1
You can place a Six Line bet (meaning six different numbers in two adjacent rows of three numbers each – called streets), by placing chips on the exterior top border line where the line dividing the two streets is cut.
- Column – 12 numbers – Pays 2:1
At the bottom of each of the three number columns, there is a box tagged “2:1”. You can bet on any of the three columns by placing chips on the “2:1” tagged boxes. You win if the extracted roulette number is on the column you had placed a bet. The wins are paid according to a 2:1 ratio; 0 is a losing number.
- Dozen – 12 numbers – Pays 2:1
You can bet on a group of twelve numbers by placing chips on one of the three boxes marked “1st 12”, “2nd 12”, or “3rd 12”. If one of your 12 numbers is the number where the Roulette ball has stopped, you are paid according to a ratio of 2:1; 0 is a losing number.
- Red – 18 numbers – Pays 1:1
A bet in the box marked with a red diamond. The 0 is not included.
- Black – 18 numbers – Pays 1:1
A bet in the box marked with a black diamond. The 0 is not included.
- Even – 18 numbers – Pays 1:1
A bet in the box marked with “EVEN”. The 0 is not included.
- Odd – 18 numbers – Pays 1:1
A bet in the box marked with “ODD”. The 0 is not included.
- Low – 18 numbers – Pays 1:1
A bet in the box marked with “Low”. The 0 is not included.
- High – 18 numbers – Pays 1:1
A bet in the box marked with “High”. The 0 is not included.
Click the GROUP BET button on the bottom left corner of the game screen to access bets such as Neighbours, Thirds, Orphans and Finals.
- Zero’s Neighbours – Pays 35:1 for 0/2/3 25/26/28/29 4/7 12/15 18/21 19/22 32/35
To place this type of bet click the GROUP BET button on the bottom left of the roulette table, then click the ‘Zero’s Neighbours’ button. For a Zero’s Neighbours bet, 9-chips cover 0 and 16 other numbers:0/2/3, 25/26/28/29 – each with two chips and 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22, 32/35 – each with one chip.
- Neighbours (0-36) – Pays 35:1
To place this type of bet click the GROUP BET button on the bottom left of the roulette table and place the mouse cursor over the desired number in the Neighbours section of the Special bets. Its neighbours (4 numbers, two on each side of the selected number on the roulette wheel) and the selected number will be highlighted. When you click a number in the neighbours section, one chip will be placed on each of the highlighted numbers.
Thirds – Pays 17:1 for 5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, 33/36
To place this type of bet click the GROUP BET button on the bottom left of the roulette table, then click the ‘Thirds’ button. For a Thirds bet, 6-chips cover 12 numbers: 5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, 33/36 – each with one chip.
Orphans – Pays 35:1 for 1 and 17:1 for 6/9, 14/17, 17/20, 31/34
To place this type of bet click the GROUP BET button on the bottom left of the roulette table, then click the ‘Orphans’ button. For an Orphans bet, 5-chips cover number 1 with one chip and numbers 6/9 + 14/17 + 17/20 + 31/34 – each with one chip.
Finals – Pays 35:1
To place this type of bet click the GROUP BET button on the bottom left of the roulette table and place the mouse cursor over the desired number in the Finals section of the Special bets.
- Finals 0
4-chips cover 0 + 10 + 20 + 30, each with 1 chip
- Finals 1
4-chips cover 1 + 11 + 21 + 31, each with 1 chip
- Finals 2
4-chips cover 2 + 12 + 22 + 32, each with 1 chip
- Finals 3
4-chips cover 3 + 13 + 23 + 33, each with 1 chip
- Finals 4
4-chips cover 4 + 14 + 24 + 34, each with 1 chip
- Finals 5
4-chips cover 5 + 15 + 25 + 35, each with 1 chip
- Finals 6
4-chips cover 6 + 16 + 26 + 36, each with 1 chip
- Finals 7
3-chips cover 7 + 17 + 27, each with 1 chip
- Finals 8
3-chips cover 8 + 18 + 28, each with 1 chip
- Finals 9
3-chips cover 9 + 19 + 29, each with 1 chip
The European Roulette wheel is marked with numbers ranging from 1 to 36 and of alternating colour – red and black – and a green ‘0’.
Note: The table limits displayed on the roulette table (MIN: 0.1 and MAX: 25) are related to the Straight Up bet.
From left to right, the layout is as follows:
- Left: the Game options, roulette wheel and table limits, the chip stacks, the History panel and the AUTOPLAY and GROUP BET buttons on the lower left
- Middle: the Roulette Table, the game buttons (before the game starts, only the SPIN button is displayed) and the info bar with the current balance, current bet and winnings
- Right: the group bets menu – the special bet menu is displayed when you click the GROUP BET button.
The History panel shows the last 10 numbers where the roulette ball has stopped. The order is from left to right meaning newest to oldest.
The GROUP BET button allows access to popular number bets such as Neighbours, Third, Orphans and Finals.
Placing the mouse cursor over a number on the roulette table highlights that certain number; keeping the mouse cursor over a highlighted area shows the maximum amount that can be bet on it as well as the placed bet (if any) and the possible payout.
Different numbers and/or different number combinations can be highlighted on different parts of the table.
Example: If you place the mouse cursor over a number, that number is highlighted and if you place the mouse cursor on the line between two numbers, both numbers are highlighted (‘split bet’).
Note: on the Group bets panel, if you place the mouse cursor over a particular bet type, the bet type and the relevant numbers will be highlighted.
The number where the ball stops is marked and highlighted. In addition, the outside bets sections to which that number belongs are also highlighted.
7. GAME RULES AND SETTINGS
7.1. Game settings
The default chip denomination selected is 0.5.
Placing conflicting bets is not possible. The conflicting bets are:
- betting on both Red and Black for a single spin
- betting on both Even and Odd for a single spin
- betting on both High and Low for a single spin
- betting on all three Column areas for a single spin (betting on two out of three Column areas is allowed)
- betting on all three Dozen areas for a single spin (betting on two out of three Dozen areas is allowed)
7.2. How to play
Click the desired chip stack in the lower left corner of the Roulette table. Once you select a chip value, it remains selected until you decide to change it by clicking a different chip stack. This means you can play on the same bet value without returning to the chip stacks.
Note: You cannot place more than the allowed amount of chips on any of the numbers or sections.
After you choose a chip value, place the mouse cursor over the Roulette table and click the area(s) where you want to place a bet – each click places one chip on the highlighted area.
To remove a bet click the ‘CANCEL BET’ button, then click the bet you want to remove.
Click the ‘CANCEL ALL’ button to remove all bets from the table.
Note: Bets cannot be removed if the ball is in motion.
Click the ‘SPIN’ button to spin the roulette wheel after the bets are placed. Once the ball is in motion, you cannot place any more bets until it stops.
Any amount you win is displayed on the info bar and is added to the balance. The Roulette wheel part with the number on which the ball stopped is displayed on the left of the History panel.
After the ball stopped, you can:
- Click the ‘LAST BET’ button to place the previous bet and then click the ‘SPIN’ button to start a new spin.
- Click the ‘NEW GAME’ button to start a new game, and then go to Step 1.
- Click the ‘REBET & SPIN’ button to add the previous bet on the table and automatically start the spin with both the current and previous bets; the ‘REBET & SPIN’ button is available once you place a bet on the table and play one time.
Note: If you try placing a chip on a number or section after the maximum bet amount is reached or if you do not have enough money, you will notice that the chip flashes for a few moments and no additional chips are placed.
In the bottom left corner of the screen, click the AUTOPLAY button. This opens the autoplay menu window where you can set up the following:
- Select the number of spins for the autoplay feature – use the left and right buttons to scroll through the values list.
- Advanced options – click the ADVANCED OPTIONS button to open the advanced configuration menu:
- STOP WHEN ALL THE SPINS HAVE BEEN PLAYED – the autoplay stops when all spins are completed;
- STOP WHEN THE WIN IS GREATER OR EQUAL TO – the autoplay stops when the win is greater or equal to the value you enter;
- STOP AT THE FIRST WIN – the autoplay stops at first win;
- STOP WHEN THE BALANCE INCREASES BY – the autoplay stops when the balance increases by the value you enter;
- STOP WHEN THE BALANCE DECREASES BY – the autoplay stops when the balance decreases by the value you enter.
Note: The autoplay feature is available only after you place a bet.
When using the Advanced options, the Autoplay will stop at the first condition met, provided it is selected; the other conditions are ignored.
Click the STOP button to stop the autoplay feature at any time.
|Standard Bet Type||Payout|
|Red/Black, Even/Odd, High/Low||1:1|
10. GAME OPTIONS
The Options button is located in the top left corner of the game screen. Click this button to open the Sound and Game options window.
Click the Save button to save any changes made or the Cancel button to close the options window without saving.
You can change the volume of the game sounds by moving the volume sliders.
You can change the volume for winning sounds, game sounds, background sounds as well as the general volume.
You can enable or disable the following visual effects:
- Turbo Speed – skip animation
- Bet Zones Highlight – select this option to highlight numbers or combinations when the mouse cursor is placed over them
- Fade in Highlight – select this option to enable the highlight fading effect
- Show warning message – if the option is checked, additional information is displayed during gameplay, such as:
o maximum bet reached
o minimum bet not reached
o bet adjusted
o not enough money to complete action
o not enough money for minimum bet
o no money
10.3. Mute button
To turn off the sound completely, click the speaker button in the upper left corner of the game screen, next to the Game options button.
10.4. Rules button
To view the game rules click the ‘?’ button in the upper left corner of the game screen, next to the Mute button.
10.5. History button
To view the detailed history of current game, click the History button next to the Rules button (‘?’ symbol).
To view the payouts for the game, click the Cards symbol next to the History button.
10.7. Full screen mode
To enable or disable the full screen mode, click the FULLSCREEN button in the upper right corner of the game screen.
10.8. Exit game
To exit the game, click the close button (X) in the upper right corner of the game screen.
11. KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS
- O – open/close the options window
- M – mute/restore general volume
- R – open the rules window
- F – enable full screen mode
- Esc – exit the full screen mode or hide any opened windows
- H – show session history
- A – open/close the autoplay window when a bet is placed
- X – changes the mouse cursor to “CANCEL BET”; the player has to click the bets to be removed. To change the cursor back to default, press X or click on an area where you do not have any placed bets.
- C – removes all bets from the table
- L – places the previous bet
- G – open/close the special bets window
- Space – spin the roulette wheel
- Enter – re-bet and spin
- Mouse scroll/Up Arrow Key/Down Arrow Key – change chip value
- P – Open / Close Paytable
Tooltips are available throughout the game. If you hold the mouse cursor over an action item (such as a button), you can view the purpose and the keyboard shortcut for that item.
Note: all keyboard-related ActionScript, is disabled in full-screen mode. The exceptions are:
- Selected non-printing keys, specifically the arrow keys, space bar, and tab key
- Keyboard shortcuts that terminate full-screen mode: Esc (Windows and Mac), Control-W (Windows), Command-W (Mac), and Alt-F4