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Roulette games are the most prevalent table ones due to the overall popularity of them around the world – all the major variations are playable plus the premium or pro versions of some. Top Asian Bookmakers can offer you a wide variety of roulette games. The arsenal is constantly augmented, though, with new variants being introduced, some of them based on popular themes or particular types of roulette. The standard (applying to all games except Multi-wheel Roulette, where they are £0.01, £0.1, £0.5, £1, £5, £10) chip values are £0.1, £0.5, £1, £5, £10, £25 and £100 while bets are typically possible anywhere within the £0.10 – £3k range (once again, Multi-wheel Roulette is an exception with the minimum at £1 and maximum at £20).

 William Hill Table Games

William Hill Premium European RouletteEuropean Roulette at William Hill – this variation is very much like the French one, except that the table layout is a bit different. The outside betting options are all displayed on one side of the numerical grid, with the Tiers, Orphelins and Voisins du Zero integrated in a track-like roulette number series located on the other side of the table.

William Hill Marvel RouletteMarvel Roulette.

A rather recent addition, it features Thor, Captain America, Spider-Man, Hulk, Wolverine and Iron Man on the background. The more significant difference is the presence of an additional pocket named MARVEL BONUS.

William Hill Multi-Wheel Roulette

Multi-wheel Roulette.

Here you can try your luck on six tables simultaneously. Simply place a bet on the grid and it will be multiplied by six then applied to all the wheels. The graphic design is of great quality, as the spinning wheels look like a video rather than some electronic drawing.

William Hill Roulette Pro

Roulette Pro.

Essentially a classic roulette variation, it offers a sidebar with five different types of special bets. We do not suggest you start playing Roulette Pro before taking a look at the betting strategies and tactics for roulette.

William Hill 3D Roulette

3D Roulette.

Get ready to go 3D, with a big spinning wheel as the centerpiece of the picture. The irreproachable graphics extend to the layout, as well and an oval-track-like special bets grid is also present.

William Hill Live Roulette

Live Roulette.

Altogether different from the other types of roulette playable at William Hill, its peculiarity is not in the table setup, but in the fact that this game is played live. A real croupier spins a real wheel for you and the atmosphere is that of a brick-and-mortar casino.

William Hill Classic Roulette

William Hill Classic Roulette.

As the name suggests, this variation is the typical single-zero roulette found in venues throughout the world. William Hill’s classic roulette is displayed in a friendly bar-like format.

William Hill American RouletteAmerican Roulette.

The main difference between this type of roulette and the classic one is the presence of the additional double-zero pocket, a tradition held on to in most of the North American casinos. Otherwise, as far as William Hill is concerned, the graphics are similar, except that you feel like being seated on the other side of the table.

William Hill Mini Roulette

Mini Roulette.

A simplified form of the classic roulette, this one only has 13 pockets numbered 0 through 12 and everything looks generally smaller.

William Hill Premium Roulette Pro

Premium Roulette Pro.

Here the graphics are improved, as are the betting options, compared to the regular Roulette Pro.

William Hill Premium French Roulette

Premium French Roulette at William Hill.

The progenitor of the European Roulette, this one only differs in the layout structure and the positioning of the wheel. The latter is entirely above the table, as opposed to the European’s case, where it is slightly lowered. Of course, it is known that the very first form of roulette can be traced back to France. If you are interested in the history of Roulette, feel free to check it here.

The layout is more significantly altered, with the outside betting options displayed on both sides of the numerical grid and named exclusively in French: Pair (Even), Impair (Odd), Manque (1-18), Passe (19-36), Rouge (Red), Noir (Black), Premiere Douzaine (P12, first twelve), Moyenne Douzaine (M12, second twelve) and Dernière Douzaine (D12, third twelve).

At William Hill Casino, the special betting oval is not present on the table, but it can be configured by regular players on their own or retrieved by casuals from other roulette games to be found within the casino.

William Hill Premium American Roulette

Premium American Roulette. With William Hill, it represents the typical double-zero wheel and layout displayed in an elegant casino style.

William Hill Wild VikingWilliam Hill Wild Viking. Often described as a combination of poker and roulette, this game offers the excitement of both. All 54 cards are on the table (including the two Jokers), with the regular 52 arranged in a roulette-layout-like fashion, as are most of the betting options. Five cards are dealt with by the banker against whom the game is played; you can wager on single cards or various combinations of them, which include all the poker hands. In order to commence playing Wild Viking at William Hill, you need to first choose the €2 – €100 or €0.50 – €30 betting range; after that, you will enjoy one of the wildest casino game cocktails.

William Hill CrapsCraps. This unique traditional game gives you the opportunity to try your luck by rolling a set of two dice and predicting the possible outcomes. Having evolved from the English game of hazard, it was heavily influenced by the French, hence its name (a derivative of crapaud, a word referring to the crouched position in which the game was originally played). The current version appeared after the “don’t pass” betting option was introduced in order to eliminate the possibility of taking advantage of the general settings. The modern popularity of craps is in great part due to the prevalence of street craps, a casual game played among friends where sometimes even a sidewalk curb can serve as a back-stop.

William Hill Solo MahjongSolo Mahjong (麻將). This game has its origins in 19th-century China; it experienced a boom as soon as it was introduced to the Western world at the beginning of the 20th century and has seen most casinos place it among their gaming options ever since. William Hill kept up with the trend by also adding Mahjong to its Table Games section. Play by picking up the right tiles (from three series of numerals, Bars, Wons and Dots, 1 through 9, four winds – E, W, S and N and three dragons – Wh, G and R), with bets starting at £0.10, while as high as £100.

The name of the game varies widely across Chinese dialects, sometimes this being a matter of pronunciation (má jiàng (麻將) in Mandarin vs. 麻將 [mu tsiaŋ] in Northern Wu), while in other situations it is a somewhat different word (麻雀), má què in Pinyin Chinese, which literally means “sparrow” and is still the most typically used name in certain Southern Chinese dialects, e.g. Cantonese or Min Nan and also in the Japanese language.

William Hill Sic BoSic Bo (骰寶). A Chinese game of ancient origin, it involves rolling a set of three dice and offers as many as 50 different bets on the outcome, from the simple single number options (1 through 6) to particular combinations. Until the Chinese immigration to the United States (late 19th – early 20th centuries) little known in the Western world, this game of chance is now the most popular table game in Macao and widespread throughout Europe.

Sic Bo literally means “precious dice” in Chinese, but it also has alternative names – tai sai (大細), dai siu (大小), big and small (the English adaptation of tai sai (大細), the literal translation reads “big or small) and hi-lo. At William Hill, Sic Bo is displayed in a user-friendly format and the betting chips are available in the £0.1, £0.5, £1, £5, £10, £25 and £100 denominations, while the minimum bet is set at £1; the most one can bet is £100.

William Hill Solo Mahjong PRO

Solo Mahjong (麻將) Pro at William Hill – a slight variation of Solo Mahjong, it has the same payout (based on Japanese rules), which looks like this:
Roulette has been a popular luck based game of chance for many centuries. The game is considered one of the classics right next to Blackjack and Poker. Open a betting account via agent and become a constant winner.