The aim of this casino game is to place bets on the outcome of where the ball will land on the roulette wheel. This game uses a standard French Roulette wheel, which has numbers 1-36 coloured Red or Black, as well as 0 which is coloured Green.
To Play the Game:
There are two menus on the right hand side of the screen to place a Neighbour Bet or Announce Bet.
To Place a Neighbour Bet:
To Place an Announce Bet:
How to Play:
The minimum and maximum betting limits could be dependent on your VIP level.
The following buttons will appear on screen:
Confirm Bets – press to confirm your roulette bets.
Clear Bets – press to retract any bet before the game has started.
Rebet – place the same bet as the previous spin.
Spin – starts the game by spinning the wheel.
Rebet & Spin – place the same bets as the previous spin and spin the wheel immediately.
Double – instantly double all the bets that you have placed on the betting area.
Neighbour Bets – select this to open the Neighbour Bets screen.
Announce Bets – select this to open the Announce Bets screen.
Please Note: Some of the buttons will only be available when Time Mode is activated and some will be disabled when Time Mode is activated.
The bottom of the screen will display the Casino Toolbar options. These are as follows:
The available funds you have in your casino account.
Select this to open the casino bank to make deposits/withdrawals or view your transaction history.
Play For Real Money
This button will be displayed when you are playing in Fun Mode or Offline. Selecting it will allow you to log in to your Real Money Account, or bring you to the Sign Up page for William Hill Casino Real Money Accounts.
This button can only be used to chat to other players when in multiplayer mode, or to answer a casino administrator when they contact you.
Selecting this allows you to access the following:
This button will close Premium French Roulette and return you to the Casino Lobby.
You can use your keyboard to perform certain functions:
Moves across and highlights the game buttons.
Acts as an alternative to clicking on a highlighted button.
Will place the same bet as the previous round. Press again to spin the wheel and start the game.
Use the number keys on your keyboard to select chips. Each chip corresponds to a number on your keyboard. Please note: these numbers are subject to change due to the minimum and maximum bet limits.
Exits the game and returns to the lobby.
Note on Large Wins:
Any win over $10,000, or the equivalent in other currencies, must be verified by a casino administrator before becoming available to the player.
Note on Malfunctions:
In the event of a malfunction all bets are considered void, with the stake being returned to the player.
Note on Disconnections:
The software used in Premium French Roulette is designed to remember your last point in the game before any disconnection from the internet. If a game is in play when disconnected, you can view the outcome of the game in the game history section.
There are multiple betting options for Premium French Roulette, including Neighbour and Announce Bets. The different betting options are displayed below. A payout table will also be displayed further down the page.
The following is a list and description of the combinations of Standard Bets that can be made in this version of online roulette:
Plein (Straight Up): A bet on a single number being the winning number. Place your chip entirely inside the square of the number you wish to bet on.
Cheval (Split Bet): A bet on two numbers that sit adjacent to each other on the betting area. Place your chip on the line that divides the two numbers.
Transversale Pleine (Street Bet): A bet on 3 numbers that sit in the same row of the betting area. Place your chip on the line on the edge of the ‘street’, for example on the left edge of ‘16’ to bet on 16, 17 and 18. You can also bet on 0, 1 and 2 or 0, 2 and 3 as a Street Bet by placing a chip on the intersection where those combinations meet.
Carré (Corner Bet): Betting on 4 different numbers. Place your chip on the intersection of lines where 4 numbers meet.
Transversale de Quatre (Four Bet): a bet on 0, 1 , 2 and 3. Place your chips on the line where 0 meets the first row (1, 2 and 3).
Transversale Simple (Line Bet): a bet on two streets. Place your chip at the point where at the point where the two lower numbers on each line meet. For example, placing the chip on the intersection between ‘16’ and ‘19’ would place a bet on 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22.
Colonne (Column Bet): a bet on a strip of twelve numbers. Place your chip in one of the three boxes at the bottom of the right of the table (directly opposite the ‘0’ square). If, for example, you place a chip on the left hand square (the one closest to you), that would place a bet on numbers 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34. It pays 2-1, with ‘0’ being a losing bet.
Douzaine (Dozen Bet): a bet on twelve numbers in numerical order, i.e. 1-12, 13-24 etc. Place a chip in one of the boxes marked P12, M12, D12, they stand for first dozen (1-12), middle dozen (13-24) and last dozen (25-36) respectively. It pays 2-1 with ‘0’ being a losing bet.
Rouge/Noir (Red/Black): a bet on the ball landing on a Red or Black segment. It pays 1-1 (Evens). Place your chip on one of the squares with the large Red or Black Diamonds. If the ball lands on the ‘0’ segment you will be given half your stake back, this is called La Partage Rule.
Pair / Impair (Even / Odd Bet): a bet on the ball landing on an Odd or Even number. Place your chip in one of the rectangle with Impair/Odd or Pair/Even. It pays 1-1 (Evens). If the ball lands on the ‘0’ segment you get half your stake back.
Manque (1-18) / Passe (19-36) (Low / High Bet): a bet on the first (1-18) or second (19-36) group of numbers. Place your chip in one of the rectangles marked Manque/1-18 or Passe/19-36. It pays 1-1. La Partage Rule applies when the ball lands on ‘0’.
The table below displays the information on the different announce bets you can make:
Voisins du Zero
The roulette wheel area around the zero.
With 2 chips: 0/2/3, 25/26/28/29
With 1 chip: 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22, 32/35
Tiers du Cylindre
The roulette wheel area opposite to the zero, minimum number of chips.
5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, 33/36
Orphelins en Plein
The orphan numbers (those located between the two sectors), one chip on each number.
1, 6, 9, 14, 17, 20, 31, 34
Orphelins a Cheval
The orphan numbers (located between the two areas), minimum number of chips.
1, 6/9, 14/17, 17/20, 31/34
All numbers which end with 7, 8 or 9, minimum number of chips.
7/8, 8/9, 17/18, 19, 27, 28/29
A series of numbers neighbouring the zero, minimum number of chips.
0/3, 12/15, 26, 32/35
Finales en Plein 0
All numbers that end in 0, one chip per number.
0, 10, 20, 30
Finales en Plein 1
All numbers that end in 1, one chip per number.
1, 11, 21, 31
Finales en Plein 2
All numbers that end in 2, one chip per number.
2, 12, 22, 32
Finales en Plein 3
All numbers that end in 3, one chip per number.
3, 13, 23, 33
Finales en Plein 4
All numbers that end in 4, one chip per number.
4, 14, 24, 34
Finales en Plein 5
All numbers that end in 5, one chip per number.
5, 15, 25, 35
Finales en Plein 6
All numbers that end in 6, one chip per number.
6, 16, 26, 36
Finales en Plein 7
All numbers that end in 7, one chip per number.
7, 17, 27
Finales en Plein 8
All numbers that end in 8, one chip per number.
8, 18, 28
Finales en Plein 9
All numbers that end in 9, one chip per number.
9, 19, 29
Finales a Cheval 0/1
All numbers that end in 0 and 1, minimum number of chips.
0/1, 10/11, 20/21, 30, 31
Finales a Cheval 1/2
All numbers that end in 1 and 2, minimum number of chips.
1/2, 11/12, 21, 22, 31/32
Finales a Cheval 2/3
All numbers that end in 2 and 3, minimum number of chips.
2/3, 12, 13, 22/23, 32/33
Finales a Cheval 3/4
All numbers that end in 3 and 4, minimum number of chips.
3, 4, 13/14, 23/24, 33, 34
Finales a Cheval 4/5
All numbers that end in 4 and 5, minimum number of chips.
4/5, 14/15, 24, 25, 34/35
Finales a Cheval 5/6
All numbers that end in 5 and 6, minimum number of chips.
5/6, 15, 16, 25/26, 35/36
Finales a Cheval 6/7
All numbers that end in 6 and 7, minimum number of chips.
6, 7, 16/17, 26/27, 36
Finales a Cheval 7/8
All numbers that end in 7 and 8, minimum number of chips.
7/8, 17/18, 27, 28
Finales a Cheval 8/9
All numbers that end in 8 and 9, minimum number of chips.
8/9, 18, 19, 28/29
Finales a Cheval 9/10
All numbers that end in 9 and 10, minimum number of chips.
9, 10, 19/20, 29/30
Finales a Cheval 0/3
All numbers that end in 0 and 3, minimum number of chips.
0/3, 10/13, 20/23, 30/33
Finales a Cheval 1/4
All numbers that end in 1 and 4, minimum number of chips.
1/4, 11/14, 21/24, 31/34
Finales a Cheval 2/5
All numbers that end in 2 and 5, minimum number of chips.
2/5, 12/15, 22/25, 32/35
Finales a Cheval 3/6
All numbers that end in 3 and 6, minimum number of chips.
3/6, 13/16, 23/26, 33/36
Finales a Cheval 4/7
All numbers that end in 4 and 7, minimum number of chips.
4/7, 14/17, 24/27
Finales a Cheval 5/8
All numbers that end in 5 and 8, minimum number of chips.
5/8, 15/18, 25/28
Finales a Cheval 6/9
All numbers that end in 6 and 9, minimum number of chips.
6/9, 16/19, 26/29
Finales a Cheval 7/10
All numbers that end in 7 and 10, minimum number of chips.
7/10, 17/20, 27/30
Finales a Cheval 8/11
All numbers that end in 8 and 11, minimum number of chips.
8/11, 18/21, 28/31
Finales a Cheval 9/12
All numbers that end in 9 and 12, minimum number of chips.
9/12, 19/22, 29/32
When playing Premium French Roulette you must adhere to certain betting restrictions. These are called the Minimum and Maximum Betting limits. The limits for a Straight Bet are clearly marked above the betting area. If you click on the Limits Icon a table showing the limits for the different bets will appear on screen. Information can also be found on the accumulative limit total for several bets.
Please note: if you do not reach, or exceed, the limits you will not be able to place your bet.
On the right-hand top corner of the screen a History will display the outcome of the previous nine rounds.
Just below the History display, the Table Cover will show the percentage coverage of the roulette wheel from all placed bets.
Winnings for Standard Bets
Plein (Straight Up)
35 to 1
Cheval (Split Bet)
17 to 1
Transversale Pleine (Street Bet)
11 to 1
Carré (Corner Bet)
8 to 1
Transversale de Quatre (Four Bet)
8 to 1
Transversale Simple (Line Bet)
5 to 1
Douzaine (Dozen Bet) or Colonne (Column Bet)
2 to 1
Rouge/Noir (Red/Black), Pair/Impair (Even/Odd) or (Manque/Passe (Low/High Bets)
1 to 1
Winnings for Announce Bets
Description of returns
35 to 1
The winnings also depend on the number of chips involved in the bet. For example, in the case of Finales a Cheval 9/10, four chips are placed to cover 9, 10, 19/20, 29/30, If 9 or 10 is hit, the return is 35 + 1 - 4 = 32 chips. If 19, 20, 29 or 30 is hit, the return is 17 + 1 - 4 = 14 chips.
17 to 1
11 to 1
8 to 1
Winnings for Neighbour Bets:
The odds for betting on a winning number will always be 35-1. However, the return will depend on the number of chips placed. For example, if you place a winning bet on 15, 16 and 17 and place 3 chips on the outcome, the two losing chips will not be returned.
La Partage Rule:
Premium French Roulette uses La Partage (sharing) Rule. If the ball lands on ‘0’ in even money bets, i.e. Red/Black, Odd/Even or High/Low, you will be get half your stake returned.
Here's a rundown of some of our most popular online casino games, including how to play them, and which offers the highest payouts.
Online slots are played more than any other online casino games. They’re relatively simple to play, which makes them a great option for beginners. Slots can also offer large payouts, particularly for a jackpot win.
Playing slots online is very straightforward. The simplest form of online slots are three-reel slots, which are based on the traditional fruit machines you may have seen in arcades. In these slots, you’ll see three columns and three rows of symbols, with the middle row being the payline. You place your bet and spin the reel, and if you get a winning combination, you win the amount stated on the paytable.
There are many other kinds of slots online available at William Hill Canada, such as five-reel slots and video slots, but they essentially work in the same way. While the odds of winning at slots are slimmer than other online casino games, they do allow you to play with small stakes on a wide variety of slots. Slots with a jackpot offer a larger prize pool, so let’s have a look at those next.
The main difference between regular online slots and jackpot slots is that the former have a lower maximum payout. With jackpot slots, however, there are larger top prizes, sometimes offering up to a seven-digit win on just a single spin.
While 'jackpot' can refer to a fixed huge cash prize awarded during jackpot games, the term is also used to describe progressive slot games. For fixed jackpot slots the size of the jackpot is, well, a fixed amount. With a progressive slot, the size of the jackpot increases each time a player places a bet on the game. Progressive jackpot slots are a great way to add to your online gambling experience. These games can offer some of the most exciting experiences of all casino games, as they provide you with the chance to win the biggest payouts you'll find online.
Online roulette games consist of a wheel with spaces that are either red or black and are numbered from 1-36. This popular game is easy to learn and even easier to play. All you need to do is predict where the ball will land and place your bet. The roulette wheel then spins, and if it lands on where you placed your bet, you win.
You may think that only one variant of roulette exists in online casinos, as this is typically the case at real-world casinos. However, at William Hill Canada, you’ll find multiple variants available, including a European version with one zero, and an American version with two. You’ll also find a French version that offers slightly improved odds if you bet on an even-money proposition.
To win at online blackjack, you need a higher number than the dealer without exceeding 21. You are dealt two cards and can ask for another card as many times as you want before you reach 21.
One of the great things about playing online blackjack is the number of variants available. At a real-world casino, you’re restricted to just one or two games, but you'll find more here at William Hill Canada, including Blackjack Scratch, Royale Blackjack, and Blackjack Super 21.
This is where online casino technology really comes into its own. Some players enjoy the thrills provided by a real-life casino but also enjoy the convenience of playing online. Live casino offers the ultimate experience to these players. The only difference between playing live casino at home and playing at a land-based casino is that with the former, the action is live-streamed to your device.
You’ll be playing at real tables, with real cards, and with real croupiers dealing your cards or spinning the wheel. Depending on the game, you'll also be playing with other players from all over the globe. With the ability to enjoy live chat with both players and the dealer, live casino offers a fantastic opportunity to enjoy an immersive experience while playing your favourite casino games online.
An online casino bonus is a great way to boost your balance with extra funds and make playing your favourite online slots even more fun. Casino bonuses come in a number of different forms and are applicable to a variety of online casino games.
Almost all casinos bonuses are subject to their own terms and conditions, but what you get back is certainly worth it. If you look at our current bonuses, you’ll see our welcome offer, along with any other offers we may have available. There isn’t a one-size-fits-all bonus, so just make sure to keep your eye on our bonus page in order to enjoy our selection of games the fullest.