Interactive Roulette | Casino de Montréal
Predict on which number the ball will come to rest after being spun in the roulette wheel.
Good to know
Before playing Interactive Roulette, you might benefit from learning about certain notions of the game. These helpful tips and basic rules will give you a sense of what to expect before you get to the casino. Once you are at the table, don’t hesitate to ask the dealer any questions you may have. Helping you understand how the game is played is part of their job.
Taking a seat at the table
Interactive Roulette tables can be easily identified by their green contour, the roulette wheel and the illuminated glass playing surface.
First, find a spot that isn’t already occupied. A special marker is used to indicate spots reserved for players who have temporarily left the table. These spots may be used until the absent player returns.
The bets and the chips
Place your money on the table. Never hand it to the electronic gaming attendant. You purchase credits directly at the Interactive Roulette terminal. These credits are deposited at your player position and allow you to use electronic chips with your own personal colour.
Choose your desired chip value from the three available options.
The available bets and odds are identical to those of English Roulette, but now you can place your bets by using the machine’s touch screen located directly in front of your player position.
When the words “Faites vos jeux” (place your bets) appear on the screen, touch the control button at your player position with one hand and touch the numbers on the screen on which you wish to bet with the other. You will need to touch the screen for each chip you wish to bet. When the words “Rien ne va plus” (no more bets) appear on the screen, your bets for the current spin will no longer be accepted.
Inside bets and outside bets
There are two categories of bets:
Inside bets, on which you may bet on one, two, three, four, five, or six numbers with a single bet.
Outside bets, on which you may bet on twelve or eighteen numbers with a single bet.
The electronic gaming attendant spins the wheel in one direction and the roulette ball in the other. Bets may be made until the electronic gaming attendant announces “Rien ne va plus” (no more bets). For a spin to be valid, the ball must complete at least seven revolutions without any obstruction. When the ball comes to rest on a number, the electronic gaming attendant announces the winning number and marks it on the layout.
Winning and losing bets
All bets involving this number win and are paid according to the betting charts. All other bets lose. Players must wait for the dealer to announce “Faites vos jeux” (place your bets) before placing their bets for the next game.
This text gives a summary of the main rules regarding Interactive Roulette. For more detailed information, please consult Québec’s By-law respecting casino games. In case of a discrepancy between the rules in this text and those in the By-law, the rules in the By-law prevail.