European Roulette

European Roulette

Microgaming has released different roulette games over the years. One game that was released in 2004 and continues to be popular among players is European Roulette. This variant of roulette is considered to be among the simplest roulette offerings from Microgaming and has decent graphics and animations and the basic roulette bets for you to use. All the standard roulette rules and simple bets are available for you to play. The chip size in this game ranges from 1 to 50 and the maximum bet you can place is £970.

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European Roulette Review

  • Software Provider: Microgaming
  • Game Type: Roulette

Over the years other variants of roulette from Microgaming like European Roulette Gold and Premier Roulette Diamond Edition have taken up players' attention but European Roulette still continues to shine. The game screen has the roulette betting table at an angle to your line of vision, with the roulette wheel at the top left. The History table is at the top right and the box at the bottom left gives you a view of the ball as it spins and lands on a specific number. The chip denomination you can click to choose is at the top side of the betting table with the chips themselves stacked to its left.

Place your bets by clicking on the chip value you want and then clicking the different sections of the betting table you want to cover. Once you have placed your bets click the Spin button. The croupier's voice says 'No more bets please' as the wheel starts spinning. The ball lands on a specific number and you then get paid out depending on the bets you had placed. Once the round is over you can either clear the table to place new bets by clicking the Clear button or repeat your bets by hitting the Repeat button. You can change a bet on the table by clicking the Undo button.

Review Details

  • Review of: MicrogamingEuropean Roulette
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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  • Review Date: May 22, 2017
  • Last Updated: April 24, 2020