Why You Should Play Free Roulette
Like all other casino games, roulette can be played absolutely free of charge. In the demo version of roulette, there
are no time, features, or betting limits: there is no actual difference, except that real money is not used. Playing
roulette for free is not just a fun experience, it also offers many advantages. For example:
You learn the rules by practicing
There are different betting options in roulette, and it can take a long time to learn what they all include
and how much they pay. Therefore, playing in demo mode allows you to practice and learn the rules without
taking any risks.
You test different strategies
There are multiple strategies that increase your chances of winning at roulette or determine how you should
manage your bankroll. You can test them in free roulette games to find out which ones work and which is best
There is no need to share your personal information
Moreover, you do not need to download anything. Demo roulette games can be played by simply pressing the
"play" button. At Roulette 77, we do not want our visitors to register, download a program or share personal
information with us.
You can get a completely casual experience
When playing roulette for real money
, you are subject to various constraints, both in terms
of budget and time. You need to carefully consider every bet you place and avoid overspending. But in free
roulette online, you don't have to worry about financials as no real money is used.
Variants of Roulette Games
Whether you play for fun or real money, there are three main variants of roulette, and on Roulette 77, we offer all
- European roulette is the most common variant out there: Its wheel contains one
zero and 37 numbers in total. The house edge of the game is 2.70% and this is the best option for beginners.
- American roulette has two zeros (0 and 00) and 38 numbers in total on the
wheel. Due to the additional zero, its house edge is slightly higher (5.26%) and there is a special bet option
called “basket bet” in this variant.
- French roulette is basically the European variant, but it is played with additional betting
rules (la partage or en prison) that refund some of the losses on bets. For the same reason, its house edge can
be as low as 1.35%.
You can, of course, find lots of other games such as mini roulette, 3D roulette,
and double ball roulette, but all of them will be based on one of these
main variants. We invite you to try them all!