How To Play Roulette
Roulette is an extremely simple game to learn, understand and play. A
wheel with numbered pockets mounted inside a sunken "bowl" is
spun. The croupier (dealer) then places a small white ball into a groove
around the rim of the bowl and puts it to spin in the opposite direction
to the spin of the wheel. Gravity eventually causes the ball to fall into
the spinning wheel, where it will eventually come to rest in one of the
numbered pockets. The winners are those bets that are on or around the
numbered pocket that the ball lands and stays in. Also the bets on the
outside of the layout win if the winning number is represented. As you
can see, it's very simple to understand. So now do you think you know
how to play roulette like an expert? Maybe not I think.
All roulette bets are paid after the spin is completed, and all new bets
must be made before the next spin. However, players can often continue
to make bets right up to the instant before the croupier again drops the
white ball and it starts bouncing around the spinning wheel. Just a few
moments before the ball is about to drop over the slots, the croupier
says 'no more bets'. Then, from then onward, no one is allowed to place
or change their bets.
So now you know the basics of how to play roulette, it's the perfect
time for you to try Fat Tony's own free roulette game. Click on the image
above to the right to try it for yourself. I'm sure it will be loads of
fun, especially given that it comes with its own built in chatroom, so
you can interact with other roulette lovers as you play. If you've got
Shockwave already installed on your PC, you won't need to download
anything in order to play.
If you don't use Microsoft Windows, I'm afraid I can't necessarily guarantee
that it will work for you. For sure, it will not function properly for
WEB-TV and MAC users. Anyhow, if you have any problems whatsoever, and I'll get back to you ASAP.