Roulette French Roulette difference

Monfaire

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I was just wondering how French roulette is different in terms of the rules of play. Is there anyone who can explain this to me?
 

Tredger

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From what I know french roulette is just another variation of roulette which became popular after the French revolution. Other than that, I don't think there is much difference in the way the game is played.
 

Tolly

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I thought the French, like most European casinos played with a single zero, while the American casinos tend to have 0 and 00 pockets. It means the house edge is slightly less and the players get slightly better odds (36 not 37). I thought there was something different about the table layouts for the two games, but I'm not sure. It's not my game.
 

Monfaire

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Thanks for the replies guys. It gives me some idea of what the difference is and where I can do some more research. I'm really interested to know the difference in the rules and what that means for me as a player.
 

purple

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French is great for the 'en prison' rule. Your even bets are imprisoned when 0 turns up, but you don't lose them. The bad thing with French roulette is that there is no 'running track'.
 
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