European Roulette Gold Series (Microgaming)

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European Roulette from Microgaming is part of their very successful Gold Series range of games with advanced features that appeal to the high rollers or more experienced roulette player.

Bets can be placed from as low as 1.00, so they do allow gamers of all budgets to take a bet. If you have played roulette before, you will recognise the layout of the European Roulette Gold Series table – but there are minor differences to the standard European Roulette game.

European Roulette Gold Series (Microgaming)

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Playing the game

The aim of the game is simple, you have to predict where you think the ball will come to rest after spinning round the roulette wheel. There are 37 pockets on this wheel; a zero and numbers 1 to 36. There are different returns offered for the various bets on offer – so the riskier the bet (least probable outcome), the higher the return will be. A straight up bet offers a 35 to 1 return as it is the least likely to come out. Bets that are considered to be ‘safe’ offer a low percentage as these are more than likely to come out; by choosing a safe bet of red or black will offer a percentage of 1 to 1.

What makes this game different?

If you were to compare European Roulette Gold Series to a standard European Roulette game, the difference would be the design, layout and the inclusion of certain bets. European Roulette Gold Series from Microgaming allows players to take a punt on neighbour bets and call bets – these two wouldn’t be found on a standard European roulette game. Neighbour bets: this bet includes five numbers. Choose a number on the table as your bet and the two numbers either side of that will become your four other numbers to make a bet of five. So, if you were to choose number 30 as your initial marker bet, 11 and 36 to the right and 8 and 23 to the left would become part of that bet. Call bets: there are four bets that make up this; Vosisins du zero (neighbours of zero) with nine chips, Tiers du cylinder – a bet on the twelve numbers that lay opposite the zero, Orphelis is the remaining orphaned numbers that aren’t covered in the previous bets and final bet; is a four chip bet placed on every number ending in the same number (5, 15, 25 and 35).

What’s the house edge?

You can expect to find a house edge of 2.70% which is standard with the majority of European Roulette versions.

Other perks

European Roulette Gold Series from Microgaming allows you to customise your table to suit your playing preference. Switch to expert mode and you will find all the tool you need to set your desired layout.

Mobile pleasure

Thanks to HTML5 technology, you can enjoy this game on the go via your mobile or tablet – with no downloads required.

US welcome?

Residents of the US are not able to access this game.

Other games by software provider

There are other games that make up the Gold Series range from Microgaming, these include; High Speed Poker Gold Series, Blackjack Gold Series, European Blackjack Gold Series, Classic Blackjack Gold Series, Multi Wheel Roulette Gold Series, Baccarat Gold Series, Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker Gold Series, Atlantic City Blackjack, Double Exposure Blackjack Gold Series, European Blackjack Redeal Gold Series, Multi Hand Vegas Downtown Blackjack Gold Series, Vegas Single Deck Blackjack Gold Series and Hi Lo 13 European Gold Series plus many, many more. Microgaming don’t only specialise in roulette or table games, because they have an extensive catalogue of slots and video poker too.

Summary

The player interface and betting options that European Roulette Gold Series offers are a welcome edition to the roulette community. More bets equal more fun and the layout of the table is able to be customised, too. There is a demo version of the game available should you wish to try before you buy.

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