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Tom Horn brings Monte Carlo casinos’ style in its French Roulette La Partage


In its latest take on roulette, Tom Horn Gaming invites players to enjoy a French roulette variant La Partage, featuring a rule specific to even money bets.

With a single zero pocket, 37 numbered pockets, and many bet types, French roulette is an interesting roulette version which will make the players’ hearts beat faster the moment they put their chips onto the table and hit the spin button.

Unlike the other European Roulette types, French Roulette. La Partage comes with the lower house advantage, thus approaching the traditional low house edge games such as blackjack and baccarat.

In this game, players can benefit from the La Partage strategy. La Partage rule is applied when the player puts their bets on red/black, odd/even, or low/high numbers. When the ball settles on zero, they get half their wagered bets back.

Apart from the La Partage rule, the game is packed full with features which make the game incredibly enjoyable to play on any device. The intuitive transition between particular sections such as recent game history, statistics, as well as placing the bets is very effortless and smooth, resulting in a seamless and fast gameplay. The favorite bets feature enables the player to save the current bet pattern and use it in future rounds.

The player can choose their stakes from eleven bet levels, with 0.1 EUR being the minimum bet and 100 EUR the maximum bet amount.

The game comes with a RTP of 98.65 and max exposure of up to x36 the player’s bet.

French Roulette. La Partage with its sleek and elegant design and lots of convenient and time-saving features brings a real Monte Carlo experience, which players around the world can enjoy whenever they are.

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