Play Roulette For Free

If you love roulette, you are not alone! Roulette is one of the most enduring and popular gambling games ever invented. In fact, the basics of the game and the wheels used for live casino action have changed very little in the past 200 years. However, there are now many ways to play for free online, and with new features.

Online roulette games can be quick, easy to play, and visually appealing. The software running the websites has improved to the point where games have music, background noise, great graphics, and an RNG (Random Number Generator) system that results in very realistic play that rivals any live game in your local casino! In any case, let’s have a look at a game you can play for free – no signup required and no malware! Note: If you are on a mobile device, you may not be able to play or see the game below. I suggest going to our mobile Roulette page and try the free games at the listed sites.

Where to Play Free Roulette

There are plenty of places on the internet to play roulette, but not all are created equal. If you just want to play a no-download, flash game, a simple site like Great Day Games will allow no-sign-up play, but you’ll get ads and popups. And, the graphics are rudimentary. In fact, most of the “free roulette” sites use the same software, but it is free. If you want to accumulate any stats, or keep track of your wins and losses from one session to another, you’ll have to register with the site, and if you are going to do that, you might as well choose a site with better graphics.

Are these free games sites the best places to play Roulette for free? I think not! Personally I would prefer to download a casino software platform, or play in their browser version.  Casino operators spend millions on their software and when it comes to the best gaming experiecne, then I would prefer use a superior software. Don’t get annoyed by the thoughts of playing at an online casino. Every operators has a free version of their game  available. Simply find the play for free button on the site or software and then you are free to play as much as you want for free! Below are our favourite selection of online casinos that have a free option.

How to Join Casino Sites and Play for Free

You have the option to join an established “live” money site and play for “free” or in “practice” mode. There are some good reasons to do this, because you’ll get the best graphics and have the most options for different games such as single zero, double zero, European Rules, and multi-wheel games.

You’ll want to choose a well-established site like Bovada or Bet365 that is licensed to provide Internet gaming, but again, you’ll have to sign-up with most casino sites, choosing a user ID and password. Also, make sure that if you allow your computer to “remember” your sign-in information  it is going to be safe. Obviously you don’t want to do this on anything but your own computer, where no one else has access to your account. Sure, you are playing free games to start, but no sense allowing anyone else access to an account you might change to real money at some point!

Most sites offer instant apps, or flash games, but you’ll be prompted to download the casino software to take advantage of all the games available. You’ll want to close other applications before you download so the casino can make the updates without restarting your computer.

Software will most likely place itself in your program files, and you can delete the software any time you want by simply going to your control panel and choosing software and removing it. Don’t worry, the download is going to  be a tiny part of your hard drive capacity unless you are still playing on a dinosaur computer.

Your virus scanner will ask for permission to access the internet for the casino – allow this as long as you are comfortable with the program/software/casino group you have chosen, which is why you need to choose a reputable provider!

Other Differences Between Live and Online Play

Although mentioned above, there are other differences between playing for real money or play money, and playing online and live. Obviously playing live is going to be for real money unless you find yourself at a friend’s house or a charity casino event, but keep in mind that while you won’t be risking any money at these events, you probably won’t take your play very seriously. Those two settings aren’t ideal for taking notes, but playing online is.

In other words, you will play for the sheer joy of the game, which is great, but if you want to learn about playing to a bankroll or practice a new system like the Green-Black Attack or the Pivot, you’ll have to take the time to really watch what your are doing.

Online play for free or real money is much quicker than live casino play. The wheel spin is likely to be about 2 revolutions and your bet will be totaled and paid in less than five seconds. However, you don’t have to push the spin button until you are ready. That means you can practice inside bets galore, or concentrate on outside wagers and roulette systems.

What to Practice

Online free-play sites offer several game options to choose from. Although there are exotic games with two or three sets of numbers and multi-wheel games, your most important option is probably to choose either a single-zero or a double-zero wheel. If you want to practice a system like the Labouchere, choose the type of wheel you are likely to find at a local casino. That way you’ll learn the system and be able to apply it live when you want too. Otherwise, you can choose your favorite wheel-type and practice any roulette systems you are interested in and perhaps someday play them for live money.

To be certain, you should also play each roulette system to a specific bankroll. Free-play roulette online is often set to high-denomination chips, such as $1,000 chips. That’s not a very realistic amount. Most casinos use €1 to €5 chips, so you may want to adjust your given roulette bankroll to a believable set of units. If you want to risk €500 on a new system someday, set your sites on 500 practice units. If the chips are pre-set to €1,000 then you should pretend that you have only €50,000 in chips (500 total chips or units).

This type of practice is important, and so is writing down your results. If you log each spin of the wheel, you can look back at a practice session and see where a system let you down, or where it worked to perfection. You’ll also be able to see which systems demand more or less units to be the most successful, and that’s very important.

The best thing about playing online roulette for free is you’ll be able to weed-out the systems that are fun from those that are a bore to play. That’s pretty important when you decide to try again, especially if you want to play for real money. There’s no sense getting trapped in a boring system for hours trying to get even or grind out a little win if you aren’t having fun!

As a buffer between online and real world cainso, you may also want to take a look at live dealer roulette. Of course, due to the high overheads, there is no free version of live dealer games.