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Hey everyone! Welcome to our video tutorial.
In this tutorial we're going to teach you how to play American Roulette.
American Roulette essentially follows the same rules as normal Roulette,
except that American Roulette has two "zero" pockets instead of just one.
As you can see on this table, American Roulette offers the exact same bets
as any other Roulette variant. Let's launch a new game by placing a "low bet" which is
a bet on the first half of the table which are the numbers 1 to 18.
And unfortunately we didn't win because the ball landed on the
number 28. But let's play again. This time we'll play a "straight-up" bet
on the number 19.
And we lost.
But let's play one final time.
A cool thing you can do in American Roulette - and in any other roulette variant -
is to place multiple bets at once. Let's place a "low bet" as well as a bet on "red".
And since the ball landed on the number 8 we won our first bet.
However, since the 8 of black number, we lost our second bet.
As you can see, American Roulette is played exactly the same as any other
roulette variant, with the only difference being that an American Roulette wheel
contains two "zero" pockets instead of just one. In case you didn't know, the "zero"
pockets are in place to give the casino an edge. This is because each time the ball
lands in a "zero" pocket, the player will lose. In roulette games with two "zero" pockets
players have lower winning chances than in roulette games with only one "zero" pocket.
So if the casino offers both American and European Roulette, you should always
play European Roulette because European Roulette only has one "zero" pocket.
Check out our additional video tutorials or visit OnlineCasinoAdvice.com for
more information on Roulette. Thanks for watching!