Low Limit Roulette

Now everyone can enjoy the thrill of roulette when they play for low limits.

Low limit roulette is the perfect game for players who are new to gambling, infrequent gamblers and low-rollers. Low limit roulette can be found at online casinos, as well as land-based casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Macau and Singapore. Players all over the world are becoming enthralled with it! The low limits of the game make it accessible to players of all bankrolls, not just those with deep pockets. The great thing about standard and low limit roulette is that they generally give players favorable odds, offering 35:1 payouts on individual numbers.

Players can choose how they play low limit roulette; some choose to take their time while others play in rapid mode. In order to win large sums of money in roulette, players have to bet large sums! In low limit roulette, the stakes are lower but so are the bets. Players who want to genuinely understand and enjoy the game generally find that low limit roulette is the best place to start. In Atlantic City, Las Vegas and online, players can easily find low limit roulette tables that have $.50 or $1 minimum bets. In fact, there are even low limit roulette games that require a minimum bet of just $0.05!

As in standard roulette, there are a number of different variations of low limit roulette. Players can choose from French, European and American roulette, keeping in mind that the house edge in French and European roulette is much lower than in American roulette. The edge in European roulette is 2.63%, while the edge in American roulette is 5.26%. The difference in the house edge is due to an extra zero in American roulette, specifically added to give the house a higher edge.

Another difference between the versions is that French roulette's “in prison” rule limits a player's losses when the ball lands on zero, so even if money bets have been placed, the player only loses half of his actual wager.

There are a number of different strategies that players can use when playing their favorite version of low limit roulette. Strategies include the Martingale system, Fibonacci system and D'Alembert system, all three of which work off the basis of the player's bankroll. Players should keep in mind that roulette is a game of luck, not skill, so the strategies cannot guarantee any wins. They can, however, prolong your participation in the game, and your enjoyment!

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