How to Play

The object of the game is to predict where the ball will come to rest on the Roulette wheel. The Roulette wheel consists of numbers 1 through 36, alternately colored red and black, plus 0 which is green.


The goal and rules in French Roulette do not differ much from those used in other types of Roulette. The bet is places on a particular number, colour or group of numbers to win. The wheel has 37 number pockets as it is with the European variant. The number pockets are from 0 to 36,where numbers 1-36 alternate between red and black and the zero has green color. There is an additional rule in the French variant called “la partage”. According to the rule if the winning number is zero, half of the even-money bets is returned to players. All bets on the betting layout are in French and there are a few additional that distinguish this variant from others, known as “call bets”.

Pay Table

Inside bets: (also called layout bets)

A - 1 number, Straight up 35:1

B - 2 numbers, Split 17:1

C - 3 numbers, 3 Line 11:1

D - 4 numbers, 4 Corner 8:1

E - 5 numbers, 1st Five 6:1 (double zero roulette table)

* E - 4 numbers, 1st Four 8:1 (single zero roulette table - not shown)

F - 6 numbers, 6 Line 5:1

Outside bets:

G - 12 numbers, Column 2:1

H - 12 numbers, Dozen 2:1

J - 24 numbers, Split Columns 1:2
(Allowed in UK casinos. Some casinos may not allow it.)

K - 24 numbers, Split Dozens 1:2
(Allowed in UK casinos. Some casinos may not allow it.)

Even/Odd - Pays even money 1:1

Red/Black - Pays even money 1:1

1-18/19-36 (also called Low/High) - Pays even money 1:1