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Online Roulette at mr.play

If you enjoy playing Roulette then you willfind that you are spoilt for choice here at mr.play Casino. We have a hugerange of online Roulette games designed to cater to every type of player. Youwill find multiple versions of European and American Roulette, each offering aslightly different playing experience, but all thoroughly enjoyable. Inaddition, you can play Live Roulette with a real croupier for the mostimmersive and realistic experience possible without visiting a land casino.Start exploring our Roulette games today and we guarantee that you will havefun.

How to Play Roulette

If you have never played Roulette beforethen don’t worry, the game is very straightforward and you will pick it up inno time at all. The game focuses on a spinning wheel, in fact, the wordRoulette comes from the French for ‘little wheel’. The wheel has been dividedinto numbered segments (the exact number of which depends on the version of thegame that you are playing), a ball is released into the wheel and you need tobet on which segment the ball will come to rest on.

There are a few things that make the gamemore interesting and expand the betting options. The segments on the wheel arecoloured red or black (except zero, which is green) and the numbers do not runsequentially around the wheel. Coupled with this is the layout of the bettingarea, which has the numbers arranged in a grid. The result of this is that inaddition to betting on individual numbers, you can also bet on groups ofnumbers. Broadly speaking there are two types of groups, numbers that sharecharacteristics, such as all the red, black, odd or even numbers, and groupsformed by the layout of the betting area or wheel.

Thanks to this, there are many differenttypes of bets and they all offer different payouts. It is important that youget to know all of the different bets in order to put together the bestRoulette strategy possible. 

Roulette Strategies

Over the years, a number of differentRoulette strategies have emerged, and you can read about many of them in greatdepth in the mr.play magazine. However, whichever strategy you choose to adopt,there are some basic things that you need to remember. The main thing is tocarefully manage your bankroll. You are likely to want to play many rounds soyou need to make sure that you are betting a small enough amount per round toensure that you can keep playing for as long as you wish.

The most common Roulette strategy isprobably the Martingale system. It is very simple to grasp and when usedproperly, it will minimise your loses. It works on the idea that you increaseyour bet after every consecutive loss until you win, at which point you returnto your original bet.  The strategy worksbest with even money bets, such as Red/Black, Odd/Even, and 1-18/19-36. You wouldstart with a bet of €1 and if you lose, you double it to €2, then €4, then €8,€16, and so on. As soon as you win, you will make a profit of €1. The onlydownside of the system is that if you start with a bet of €1 then after 14 betsyou will be betting €8192 per spin, so it is vital that you start with a smallamount.

The Martingale system is just one of manyRoulette strategies. There are strategies based upon the Fibonacci sequence,there is the D’Alembert strategy, the Labouchere strategy, and even strategiesbased upon James Bond’s style of play in Ian Fleming’s’ books. Be sure to do alittle research and you are guaranteed to find one that appeals. 

European Roulette vs American Roulette

European and American Roulette are the twomost common forms of the game and there is really only one major differencebetween them. A European Roulette game has 37 numbered segments on the wheel,from 0 to 36 inclusive. An American Roulette game has 38 numbered segments,from 0 – 36 inclusive and an extra 00 position. This extra position on theAmerican Roulette wheel increases the betting options, but also slightly altersthe odds.

At mr.play there are many European andAmerican Roulette games to play. If you want a truly stunning European Rouletteexperience then you could play 3D European Roulette. The game features abeautifully rendered Roulette wheel and you can watch as the ball is releasedinto the wheel in high-definition and can even see it bounce to a stop. Thegame offers many other features including a full Racetrack view betting area,history of previous spins and statistical information.

Those who prefer American Roulette can alsoenjoy an excellent version of the game. Once again it features a beautifullydesigned wheel that you can watch spin and decide your fate. The betting areais very well designed, making it quick and easy to place bets and it alsofeatures a racetrack view for placing neighbour bets, there are also shortcutsfor placing bets such as Red Splits, Black Splits, Orphelins Plein, 007, Snakeand Random 7.

If you are after a bit of special treatmentthen you could give Roulette Royal a spin. It is a European Roulette game thathas three different modes, Standard, High Rollers and loyalty program. Thanks to this, youcan enjoy a high quality Roulette experience regardless of your bankroll.

Play Live Roulette for Added Realism

If you really want to take your Rouletteplay to the next level then our live dealer games are the answer. They arehosted by real croupiers who are streamed to you in high definition to createan incredibly realistic and immersive experience.

You will find many different versions ofLive Roulette on offer. If you want to return to the game’s origins then youcould give Live French Roulette a spin. The game makes use of the originalFrench betting terms and it also features the La Partage rule, which ensuresthat you won’t lose all of your money if the ball lands on zero.

For the ultimate up-close experience, youshould try your hand at Live Immersive Roulette. This game features multiplecamera angle, giving you a better view of the spinning wheel than ever before,and it is streamed to you in full HD at 200 frames per second. It is a standardgame of European Roulette, but draws you into the action like no other.

Those looking for something a bit differentshould take a look at Lightning Roulette. In this game between one and five ofthe numbers are struck by lightning in every round to become Lucky Numbers.They are then assigned multipliers of between 50x and 500x and if you haveplaced a straight up bet on a Lucky Number then you could be in for an enormouspayout. 

How to Win at Roulette

As mentioned, in order to really make the most out of Roulette you need to fully understand all of the bets. Here is a rundown of the basic ones:


Straight Up: A bet on a specific number.

Split Bet: A bet on two numbers that are neighbours on the betting area.

Trio Bet: A bet on the numbers 0-1-2 or 0-2-3.

Street Bet: A bet on three numbers in a vertical line (a street) on the betting area.

Square Bet: A bet on four numbers that form a square on the betting area.

Line Bet: A bet on six numbers, two adjacent streets on the betting area. 

Dozen Bet: A bet on the first, second or third group of 12 numbers (1-12, 13-24 or 25-36). 

Column Bet: A bet on the twelve numbers that make up a horizontal line in the betting area.

Red/Black Bet: A bet on either the red or the black numbers. 

Even/Odd Bet: A bet on all the even or all the odd numbers.

Low/High Bet: A bet on whether the ball will land on a low or high number (1 – 18 or 19 – 36). 


Many games also offer a number of advanced bets that can be placed using a special Racetrack betting area or other shortcuts. The most common of these bets are: 


Voisins du Zero: A bet on the numbers neighbouring 0 on the wheel, it includes every number between 22 and 25. 

Tier: A bet on the area of the wheel opposite 0, the bet covers about a third of the wheel between numbers 33 and 27. 

Orphelins: A bet on the numbers 17, 34, 6, 1, 20, 14, 31 and 9. 

Neighbours: A bet on five numbers that are next to one another on the wheel. 


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