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    French Roulette at Playtech

    Good news for all French roulette loving players.

    Playtech has now made French roulette available 24hrs a day from its European Riga studio.

    Previously it was only available during Peak shift (5pm-2am Latvian time) on table Juno.

    Playtech have now updated the software to enable players to choose to play French roulette on one of their other tables - Vesta - which is open all day.

    For those players, and almost all dealers who don't know ... the important difference with French roulette is the "La Partage rule".
    Whenever the ball lands in zero, players get half of their money back placed on even chances - red / black , odd / even , high / low.

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ID:	890 <-- French Vesta ..... spot the differences

    Sweet Glorija who always seems to be giggling only talks in English though, not French

    p.s. Playtech - I would be a very happy player If I could also play on Italian Cleopatra roulette legit !

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    Administrator LD's Avatar
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    Nice one Unclefester...and good heads up on La Partage

    Obvious implication here for players....if even money outside bets are your thing, play the French tables!
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    More good news !!

    Playtechs' other main roulette table Aphrodite is now also available to play as French roulette

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ID:	955 ... choose the French layout and get some of your money back thanks to the La Partage rule

    Now there is no excuse for not playing the French tables with your favourite dealers !

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    As I suspected would happen, the previous French roulette table Juno at Playtech now appears to be closed to players.

    Lets wait and see what it becomes in future

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    Lets wait and see what it becomes in future
    The Juno table has been used since closure as a training & practise table for new and current dealers.

    Also as a replacement when dedicated areas were having work carried out.

    & NOW ... the table has been removed and replaced with William Hill's dedicated Italian blackjack table.

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