What's your lucky number? There's nothing like placing a healthy chunk of chips on your favourite and seeing it come in.
You're in it together - you and the numbers you pick. You're a team looking to 'beat the wheel' and rake in the winnings. This is why roulette has been a casino mainstay for centuries.
Online Roulette at Kerching
We love the classic casino games at Kerching, so we've expanded our roulette catalogue to include many variations of the wheel.
What is it you love about roulette? Whether it's the hypnotic spin of red and black, the elusive but rewarding green 0, or just that sound of the ball dinking into place - the software we house at Kerching does everything to bring those features to life on your screen.
Online Roulette Bonuses
We're big gamers at Kerching and we love the odd casino night out playing on the classy tables… but what we love about online roulette is that the game can be tweaked, enhanced and much more rewarding - through the introduction of bonuses:
The Roulette with Hot Streak Bonus lets you put down a 'Hot Streak' bet, meaning a bonus stake can be placed on any six number groups. So, if you're on a roll, the Hot Streak bonus keeps on rolling with you - a multiplier of up to 25,000x can be reached if you're really on form.
All the bonuses add a nice touch of flavour to traditional roulette, which only adds to the experience - taking nothing away from the realism on offer at Kerching.
Betting with Online Roulette
Roulette is much more straightforward and forthcoming than its distant cousins in poker & blackjack. You only need to know about two betting types; inside and side.
Any wagers placed on the numbered area of the board is considered an 'inside bet'. This can be anything from a 'Straight Up Bet' on a single number, to 'Split Bets' placed on the lines between two adjacent squares (splitting the value of the bet in half between the two relevant numbers).
You can also stick some chips on the 'intersection' of four adjacent numbers (splitting the value of the bet into quarters between the four relevant numbers).
If you're sticking a bet on the outside of the numbered section (on a colour for example), then you're 'side betting'.
The chance of winning is higher out here but the payouts are less. Regulars tend to mix up their betting patterns and adjust to the momentum of the wheel.
How well do you think you can surf the tides of luck today?