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Offline martina

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Live Roulette Guide - How to choose the right game
 
Amongst the numerous casino games, one of the most popular is the roulette and can be played can be played by people of all age at www.Irokobet.com. It is easy to learn and you do not need any special gaming knowledge of skills; plus, it is lots of fun. However, for new players, even though it helps to improve your betting skills, this casino option may be a daunting experience. This is because of the wide range of options and the less chances of winning. Ultimately, to increase your chances at winning, it is important that you choose the right live roulette game. For the sake of this article, let's take a look two topmost factors you should consider.
 
The type of Roulette
Similar to the typical casino, live roulette games are basically of three types - American, European and French. These variants come with their differences but their object still remains the same - placing a bet on your prediction of which number the white ball will land on. On the side of the difference, you can tell from the design of the table and wheel. While the sections of the American and European are labeled in English, the French is labeled in French.
Another difference is the special rules included in the French roulette: En Prison and La Partage. The biggest of them is the number of zeros you have on the table and the wheel. There’s just a single 0 in the French and European variant, while for the American variant, it is 0 and 00. The implication of this is an increased house-edge of 5.3% for American roulette, 2.7% for European and French roulette. However, with the La Partage rule, the edge experiences a further drop to 1.35%.
 
Your bankroll and the table limits
Aside from house edge, there are other factors to consider when deciding which live roulette variant to play at an online casino. Similar to most live dealer games and standard table games, there are a range of bet sizes that roulette can be played. These range from a spin as low as $0.50 to a whopping $20,000 (i.e. high stakes games for VIP). These limits are clearly and prominently displayed in Live roulette games so players can have this information before or while making their choice.
It is advised that new players and low budget gamers should start out with low limit games. While wins will be smaller, this is also mean smaller losses. As exciting as high stake games sound, it could quickly leave you empty-handed should your bankroll not cope with a series of large bets.
 
Conclusion
Unlike RNG casino games, there's hardly a provision for free play mode or demo for live roulette games. This means the moment you enter a live dealer game, you are automatically playing for real money. This is why choosing the right roulette game cannot be overemphasized as it impacts on your success rate.
Now that you have this basic knowledge, your next thought is probably on the best live casino platform. You should consider irokobet.com. With their state-of-the-art technology, you get one of the smoothest and exhilarating gambling and betting experience right from the comfort of your computer or mobile device.
 
 
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Live roulette games typically come in three variants - American, European, and French.


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American roulette has 0 and 00, while European and French have a single 0. This affects the house edge, with American having 5.3%, European having 2.7%, and French having 1.35% with the La Partage rule.


 

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