French Roulette is somewhat different from the French, American, and European versions in that the wheel’s number placement is different. There are still 37 red and black numbers with a green 0, but it is the numbers on the Roulette board with their lack of color designation and a black and white background that is unique.
Low rollers can benefit from this game because of the existence of “la Partage,” which is when the ball stops on 0. This results in a 50% loss as opposed to a 100% loss. French Roulette is a very exciting form of Roulette that allows players to exercise very creative strategies in order to hit the jackpot.
- Call bets are possible.
- The house advantage is typically 2.7% on a single zero roulette table.
- When given the opportunity to leave or take back the bet due to the outcome being zero, the En Prison rule states that the bet can be left for a second spin. If the outcome is zero once again, the entire bet is lost.
- The La Partage Rule is when the outcome is zero, but there is no option to pass by the bet in order to take another spin.