If you love playing roulette and you’re soon visiting the UK, you are in luck: the UK is a great destination for roulette players. London in particular undoubtedly qualifies as one of the top 2 or 3 locations in the world.
With more than 40 casinos, nearly all situated within a mile or less from the city center, and with an average of around seven or eight roulette wheels in every casino, it’s not hard to see why this city is so highly rated among roulette players.
Aspers is the biggest casino in London and can probably most aptly be described as a super entertainment center. It is situated to the East of London City Center, in Stratford City’s Westfield Mall. This is one of the UK’s more modern casinos and definitely has a snazzier vibe.
On their European Roulette tables they play the La Partage rule which reduces the house edge to about 1.3% on even money bets. For players who prefer to play against the machine instead of against others, there’s a great selection of 150 Electronic Roulette stations.
Grosvenor Casino in Gloucester Road London is another great option. It’s not far from the city center, it has a great ambiance, and there are more than enough roulette wheels on offer so you usually won’t have to wait your turn.
If you happen to be heading for Bath, with its many tourist attractions – including the famous Roman baths from which the city derived its name – make time to visit Century Casino. It offers 18 table games and 35 gaming machines, as well as 2 restaurants. Options here include American Roulette and Electronic Roulette.
If you are relatively new to roulette, you would probably want to first get familiar with the basics of the game on the Internet before you arrive in the UK. You will find an interesting explanation of the La Partage and En Prison rules in roulette at rakebackdeal.co.uk.