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The table below shows the best bonuses currently available for Roulette players, including the maximum amount you can get, the percentage match available, plus the specific amount you have to wager on Roulette in order to cash out your winnings.
As Roulette is the kind of game that attracts high-rolling players, casinos often impose high wagering requirements on Roulette bonuses. As a high wagering requirement is the main factor working against Roulette players, we rank our casinos from low to high based on the Roulette-specific wagering requirement.
NB ALL bonuses - Ts & Cs apply, 18+, New Customers Only, Wagering Requirements Apply, Play Responsibly, Gambleaware
|Casino||US?||Wager||Max amount||% match||Details||Get Bonus|
|75x||£100||100%||New Casino customers only. Deposit min. £10. Applies to first deposit to Casino only. Max. bonus £100. 15x wagering (game weighting applies) on deposit and bonus to make the bonus balance withdrawable. Time limits and T&Cs apply.||Play|
|90x||£100||100%||Minimum deposit of £10, x45 wagering, Roulette and blackjack 50% weighting. Bonus Valid for 7 days. Not available to customers using Moneybookers/Skrill or Neteller as a payment method. Full T&Cs apply.||Play|
|120x||£50||500%||18+. Bonus must be accepted with 48 hours, has 40 x wagering reqs (certain games only) and is valid for 30 days. Paypal and certain deposit methods excluded. Bets covering >70% of Roulette table don't count to wagering. T&C's apply.||Play|
|200x||£50||500%||18+. New Casino players only. Deposit required. Bet £10+ on qualifying games. 40x wager reqs (bonus only) on selected games. Accept Bonus within 14 days. Bonus valid for 30 days. Certain deposit types excluded. Player restrictions and T&Cs apply.||Play|
|200x||£200||100%||New players only. Min deposit £/$/€ 10. Wager req: 20x. Bonus balance is paid with 10% instalments to account balance. Bonus balance is not playable. Max bet is £/$/€ 20. Account balance is withdrawable at any time. Upon withdrawal, any bonus balance is forfeited. Play responsibly.||Play|
|350x||£100||100%||New Customers Only. Min £20 deposit. Max bonus £100. Wagering 35x bonus. No max cash out on deposit offers. When playing with bonus funds, max bet is £5. Welcome bonus excluded for deposits with Skrill/Neteller. T&Cs apply.||Play|
Roulette is a simple game to play - you just place as many bets as you like, wherever you choose, wait for the spin and - hopefully! - collect your winnings.
There are, however, some subtle differences between European and American Roulette that every serious player should understand.
Our complete guide to Roulette explains these differences and walks you through every betting option you have - from the simple single number bets to the complex 'French bets' - giving you the odds and probabilities for each.
As discussed above, Roulette is so popular because its simplicity allows players of all levels to play quickly and easily.
But because it's simple, players imagine there must be a system or strategy that would give them the edge over the casino.
Most of these strategies have been around for decades, and some for centuries. But they keep being reinvented and sold by unscrupulous individuals as 'unbeatable' - sometimes for thousands of pounds.
To help you find your way through this jungle, we've tested the most popular ones in 6 'real life' scenarios.
a lower risk progression, adapted by Fortune Palace from the 1-3-2-6 system.
a slow, fairly safe sequential system from the 1960s.
a 900 year old system based on a naturally occurring mathematical sequence.
a safe and consistent sequential system, only increasing bets after a win.
a negative progression system, invented by a mathematician.
a low risk, positive progression system that doesn't chase losses and never loses big.
better known as the cancellation system.
the simplest and most popular of Roulette systems - especially with beginners.
a higer risk version of the Martingale.
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