Welcome and get ready to play at Silver Oak Casino roulette games! There are three types of roulette available, including French, European and American style games. Each have unique rules, differing house edges and varying pocket numbers.
We hope you're ready to play Silver Oak Casino Roulette games. Read below to determine which game is right for you!
Silver Oak Casino roulette tables are based on real-life tables and will be green or red. This is where you will place your chips when playing to make your bet. You must click the lines between numbers to make your bet, which can vary based on the game.
Inside bets are individual numbers you bet on, including 1-36, 0 and 00 (if you are playing American Roulette). They have lower odds of winning, but offer higher payouts. Outside bets include all other bets, including red, black, pair (even), impair (odd), number combinations and more. Note that while outside bets have better odds of winning when playing, they offer lower payouts. The minimum bet on inside and outside bets is $1, while the maximum bet is $200 on inside and $250 outside bets.
Once you are ready to play, you press spin to release the ball - and make sure you're ready! You cannot change your bet once the wheel is spun. Whatever the ball lands (number, color) determines the winner based on the current bets.
French roulette is the oldest form of roulette, and while it is similar to American roulette, the board looks different. It is still easy to play with a house edge of 1.35%, which is the best odds of our three offerings!
When you're ready to play Silver Oak Casino French roulette, there are several different ways you can place a bet. If you wish to bet on a single number, place your chips directly in that number's square. You can also bet on two numbers by placing your chips on the line that connects multiple numbers. Additionally, you can play on red, black, pair (even numbers) or impair (odd numbers), manque (1-18) or pass (19-36). The final options are to bet on P (1-12), M (13-24) or D (25-36). Remember that 0 is not considered an even number.
Now that you know what the different betting options are, simply click on your chips and click a part of the felt to move your chips to your desired bet. Once you're ready to play, click spin and hope the odds are in your favor! If the ball falls within your bet, you win and you will get paid out. Each time you spin, you will want to modify your bet each time based on the previous winning numbers. There is no Auto Play in French roulette unlike European and American roulette.
French roulette has one special rule when playing, which is called "la partage" or to split. This means that if the ball lands on the 0 pocket, you will be able to keep half of the original wager, which is unique to French roulette. Keep in mind that while you can play on multiple options at once, you cannot bet on "all" squares (for example red and black). They will cancel each other out, and you will always break even. The only exception is if you hit 0, which you will lose.
There is no jackpot in Silver Oak Casino French Roulette, but there is a random progressive jackpot during which you could win up to 35x your bet. During this game play, the more numbers you include in your original bet, the lower your prize money. The fewer numbers you include in your bet will increase your chances of winning when you play. For example, if you bet on 19 and the ball lands on 19, you will get the full 35X payout. If you choose red or black when playing, your payout will be your original bet.
Silver Oak Casino European Roulette, again, while similar to American roulette game play, is slightly different and has a house edge of 2.7%. The wheel has 37 pockets with 1-36 colored red and black and 0 colored green. European roulette game play has more betting options than its American and French counterparts, and they vary by inside bets and outside bets. There is only one zero pocket during the game play.
Inside bets include:
Outside bets when playing Silver Oak Casino European roulette with 1:1 payout odds include red, black, even, odd, 1-18, and 19-36. Outside bets with 2:1 payout odds include the first 12 (1-12), second 12 (13-24) and third 12 (14-36). Additionally, you can bet on the 2-1 column, which have three options. The first column includes 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34. The second column includes 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32 and 35. The third column includes 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33 and 36.
Remember that in Silver Oak Casino European roulette, you can repeat your bet when playing by selecting repeat or you can clear your previous bet to place a new one after each spin.
Silver Oak Casino American roulette has a 38-number wheel when playing, which includes 0 through 36 and 00. With the additional 00 pocket, this gives the house a higher edge at 5.26% - the highest of the three Silver Oak Casino roulette games. It's fast paced, simplified betting and cashing options make one of the most popular roulette games in casinos worldwide. Similar to its counterparts, there are two types of bets you can make when playing - inside and outside bets.
Inside bets include:
Outside bets that offer 1:1 odds can be played on red, black, even, odd, 1-18 and 19-36. Outside bets that offer 2:1 payoff odds are the first 12 (1-12), second 12 (13-24) and third 12 (25-36). Additionally, there is a 2-1 column bet that has three options to play. The first column is 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34. The second column is 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32 and 35. The third column is 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33 and 36.
In Silver Oak Casino American Roulette, you can place multiple bets. If you'd like to repeat your bet during game play, select the repeat button. You can also clear and place new bets after each spin when playing. Note that 0 and 00 are not even or odd in American Roulette.
We hope you enjoy the Silver Oak Casino Roulette Games and happy playing!