Euro Gold: Quick guide to playing

Euro Gold Quick Guide

With so many different roulette variations flying around, it is no wonder that some online Canadian gamblers started to crave the classic version. A stylish, old school variety of the ever popular online casino table game.

That's exactly where Euro Gold came from, a new game that takes plenty of influence from the original format of online roulette whilst adding in the newest top-of-the-range graphics. It is because of these features that it has remained a popular online roulette variant in Canada.

Read further to learn more about:

  • How to play Euro Gold
  • The types of bets you can place
  • The game's history
  • The availability of the game


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How to play Euro Gold

As with French Roulette, Euro Gold has a wheel with 37 slots. 36 for the numbers 1-36, half red and half black, and a green slot for the number zero. With no fancy rules and with a slick and minimalist layout, Euro Gold is one of the easiest forms of online roulette for new players to understand and enjoy.

You place your bets (more on this later) on colour-coded numbered spaces on the table, which is divided into three columns. Then you let the dealer spin the roulette wheel, throw in the ball, and wait for it to land in one of the numbered slots. Where the ball ends up will determine whether your bet wins or loses.

Types of bets

There are many different types of bet available in Euro Gold Roulette, with payouts ranging from even money (i.e. if you bet $10 and win then you get $10 plus your original stake back) all the way up to the 35:1 long-shot (where a winning $10 bet can earn you $350). Below is a breakdown of the different bets you can make in Euro Gold:

Inside bets:

  • Straight Up': A bet on a single number (pays 35:1 if your number comes in)
  • Split': Two numbers next to each other on the table, e.g. 1 and 4 (17:1)
  • 'Street': three numbers all in a row, e.g. 1, 2 and 3 (11:1)
  • 'Corner bet': four numbers on a corner (8:1)
  • 'Six-line': six numbers (5:1)

Outside bets:

  • 'Column': a sequence of 12 numbers, either 1,4,7,10,13,etc., 2,5,8,11,14,etc. or 3,6,9,12,15,18,etc. This pays out 2:1
  • 'Dozen': A specific set of 12 numbers, either1-12, 13-24 or 25-36. Like the 'column' bet, this pays out 2:1
  • 'Red or Black' (even money)
  • 'Odd or even' (even money)
  • 'High (19-36) or low (1-18) also pays even money

History of Euro Gold

Euro Gold Roulette is a product of the online era, with top online casino sites able to introduce stylish top-of-the-range graphics to a popular and enduring variant of the game. However the genesis of the original European Roulette on which it is based is quite interesting.

The game originated in Germany in the mid-19th century, and is credited to Louis and Francois Blanc, two brothers from France. It is notable for being the first variant of roulette to begin life with just one zero on the wheel rather than two, thus reducing the house edge and improving the player experience.

Availability online vs offline

Euro Gold Online Vs Offline

As a product with its origins in the realm of online roulette, Euro Gold has no natural equivalent in the offline space. Some casinos in Las Vegas will offer real money European Roulette, often with impressive graphics, but you are unlikely to find anything comparable in Canada, where American Roulette continues to rule the roost.

Many of the best online casinos take real pride in Euro Gold Roulette, and as such it is one of the most impressive looking casino table games on a lot of Canadian sites. It is also, of course one of the more readily available, with players able to play Euro Gold at Canadian online casinos for a variety of different betting stakes.

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