European Roulette Gold
European Roulette Gold is the luxe version of what is already one of the most popular forms of Roulette from Microgaming. European Roulette has some similarities to American Roulette but is played with 37 spots on the wheel, meaning 36 numbers and only 1 zero. This lowers the house edge, making the European game much more player friendly.
Why Play Microgaming European Roulette Gold
Microgaming has improved on a good thing in designing its Gold series of casino games. The graphics in this Roulette version are highest quality and extremely clear, all important when you wish to see the Roulette wheel in motion and be sure of exactly where it lands. In fact the Edit Layout function allows you to opt for an overhead view of the table. Other functions that make this game of European Roulette Gold from Microgaming ideal for serious players include an Auto Play mode, Red Splits, Black Splits and Zero Game. Two additional bets are offered - the neighbor bet and the call bet. The Neighbor bet is a straight-up number bet which includes up to 9 of the numbers bordering the chosen number on the wheel.
The fine tunable customization possible and the increased numbers of betting options add fun and excitement to this game. Another very useful option is the possibility to "rebet," that is, to conveniently and simply replay your last table bet without the necessity to replace chips. The various bet types in this game have differing limits; to illustrate, a Straight bet is limited to $15, split bets cannot exceed $20, square bets can go up to $30 and the max for a dozen bet is $70.
Rules and Strategy
Since, as mentioned, the different bets have different maximum betting limits, it is fundamental to familiarize yourself with these limits to get the most out of playing this game. You can then choose a European Roulette strategy to increase the odds of a win. While any form of Roulette is governed by random chance, the Martingale strategy may prove helpful; after an unsuccessful bet, double your next bet, while wagering steadily on Red or Black or Odd or Even, so that your eventual winnings may cover your losses. The Grand Martingale is similar, except it has the additional requirement of adding the mount of your original wager to the doubled bet.