Electronic roulette comes in two main forms:
• Solo machines that are similar to slots.
• Dealer-assisted setups.
• You should be very familiar with the first version if you’ve played slot machines before. Such electronic terminals offer betting options that are similar to a slot.
• Furthermore, the results are determined by a random number generator (RNG). The only difference in these games versus a slot is that you’re betting on a software-generated wheel rather than spinning reels.
• Dealer-assisted roulette features a human dealer and real wheel. In this way, it’s quite similar to traditional roulette.
• However, it also includes a bank of roulette terminals. One player sits at each machine and bets on the outcome of the single wheel.
You can think of this setup as a regular roulette game—only with seats. If you like regular roulette, then you should appreciate this version too.
• Make your payment to the cashier who in turn credits you the equivalent of your payment.
• Select your coin denomination.
• Lay your bet(s) on the electronic board.
• Confirm your wager(s).
• Wait for the dealer to spin the wheel and determine results (in dealer-assisted games)