With the advancement of technology and the rate at which online casino are developing over the past few years, Australian online players may sometimes find it overwhelming searching through their countless lists in search of the one that suits them the most. So much so, that there are few online casinos which can classify themselves as Australian. The All Australian online casino is one online casino which has been produced with solely Australian players in mind. It has adapted its All Australian online casino game, functionality and services to suit Australian players alone.

Among the various all Australian online casino games being offered by this Australian online casino is the most popular table game in casino history, roulette. Not only is all Australian roulette being offered in two different versions, but it also gives Australian online players the unique chance to play with one of the leading land based casinos within Malta; the Portomaso Casino. The virtual game of blackjack has been developed by one of the leading online gaming software companies called Netent. Although the All Australian roulette game is played in the same method in both versions, the main difference between the two is that in virtual mode, players are playing with automated computerised dealers while in the real mode, as mentioned earlier, players are able to place bets on an imitation table while real live dealers spin the roulette wheel. Being one of the oldest and most popular table games in casino history, roulette provides a fun filled and exciting game no matter they type being played. All that is required to play the All Australian roulette is a small white ball, a numbered spinning wheel, and a numbered Roulette layout. As the All Australian roulette is based on European roulette, it makes use of a single zero and numbers from one to thirty six. The roulette wheel is divided into 37 numbered slots (including the single zero) in different sequences depending on the rules and regulations of European roulette. Each numbered slot is either marked in red or black apart from the zero which is marked in green. The same colour coding applies to the roulette layout on the table except that the numbers are placed in numerical order.

The objective of the game is simple and easy to understand and can be applied by Australian online players of various levels. All a player would need to do is place bets on the online table in the hopes of predicting the correct winning number. The winning number is determined by the ball spinning within the roulette wheel once it has landed on a numbered slot within the wheel. In the case of virtual All Australian roulette, the game can be as fast or as slow paced as the players desires and it is up to them to place bets and set the ball spinning within the wheel. On the other hand, in the case of the live All Australian roulette, online players are given a specific amount of time for which to place their bets. Should this time expire, no more bets are accepted and the winning number is revealed. If the player has predicted the right number, then they will receive their wins according to the type of bet placed.

There are different ways from which a player can place a bet on the table. These main bets are divided between inside and outside bets. An inside bet is like a straight up of street bet where they are placed directly on the numbered roulette layout. Outside bets on the other hand are designated markings off the numbered section of the table which groups a particular set of numbers together. In order to better understand these various types of bets and their odds, the below will provide a better understanding:

– A Straight Up is a bet on a single numbered and is marked by placing a bet directly on that single number. The odds are 35 to 1

– A Split Bet is a bet on two adjacent numbers and is marked by placing a bet on the line between any two numbers. The odds are 17 to 1

– A Street Bet is a bet on three adjacent numbers and is marked by placing a bet at the end of any row of number or the corner where the zero meets with the two and the three or the two and the one. The odds are 11 to 1

– A Corner bet is a bet on four adjacent numbers and is marked by placing a bet at the corner where four numbers meet. The odds are 8 to 1

– A Six-line bet is a bet on six adjacent numbers and is marked by placing a bet at the end of two rows at the intersection between them. The odds are 5 to 1

– A Column bet is a bet on all numbers in the selected column and is marked by placing a bet in one of the boxes marked at the end of the columns (marked 2 to 1). The zero is not covered by any of the columns. The odds are 2 to 1

– A Dozen bet is a bet on all numbers in the selected dozen and is marked by placing a bet in one of the three boxes marked “1st Dozen,” “2nd Dozen,” or “3rd Dozen” covers those twelve numbers. The odds are 2 to 1

– A Dozen bet is a bet on all numbers in the selected dozen and is marked by placing a bet in one of the three boxes marked “1st Dozen,” “2nd Dozen,” or “3rd Dozen” covers those twelve numbers. The odds are 2 to 1

– A Red or Black bet is a bet on all red numbers or on all black numbers and is marked by placing a bet in one of the boxes marked either in red or in black. The odds are 1 to 1

– An Odd or Even bet is a bet on all odd numbers or on all even numbers and is marked by placing a bet in one of the boxes marked either Odd or Even. The odds are 1 to 1

– A Low or High bet is a bet on all numbers between 1 and 18 or all numbers between 19 and 36 and is marked by placing a bet in the box marked “1 to 18” or the box marked “19 to 36”. The odds are 1 to 1