How to Play
- Double Zero
- Racetrack Bets
- Standard Betting Options
Ever wondered how punters play American Roulette? Well, there is nothing complex about it. Here is everything you need to know about playing American Roulette by NetEnt.
Begin the fun by logging onto your Moon Games account or register for one. Once you are in the game, you start by setting up the bets of your choice. Click on the numbers that you wish to wager on. Done with the stakes? Click spin to start the game. The roulette ball will begin to spin and as the wheel loses speed, the ball will tumble into a numbered pocket. Then, that number is declared the winner. Of course, if you have wagered on the winning number, you are awarded wins based on the pay table. Here is more information about the bets.Bet Levels:
There are no bet levels on American Roulette. However, you can click your desired number multiple times to stack the chips.Amount of Paylines Selection:
Since American Roulette is a table game, there are no pay lines. Coin Values:
Adjust your stakes by clicking on the chips that you prefer. Chips are found at the bottom of the screen and there are plenty of values available. From a minimum of £0.10 up to a maximum of £1K. Suit yourself to select any of those values.Bonus Rounds Double Zero
Exclusively on American Roulette, you will be coming across two zeros. The single Zero is common yet the Double Zero is not. Play American Roulette to wager on this exclusive number that adds on to the bet ranges. Racetrack Bets
There are plenty of players that prefer setting up the bets on the numbers as they are ordered on the Roulette wheel. As such, the Race track bets become handy. Click onto the Racetrack icon at the bottom bar and access the option to set your preferred bets.Standard Betting Options
American Roulette presents the traditional betting options for roulette. You can choose from Straight, Split, Three, Corner or even Top Line, Six Line, Dozen, Columns, Red or Black and Even or Odds for your bets. Be sure to check out the pay table to know about the odds of wins.