Play Club World Casino Roulette

When it comes to Club World Casino Roulette, you get your pick of American or European Roulette wheels. The American version has a 0 and a 00 pocket in green, and the virtual wheels rests on a red table. On the screen in the uppermost right hand corner, you get access to buttons like cashier, help, gaming options, and a back button. Running along the bottom most portion of the screen, you get buttons for spin, repeat, and clear. Your betting chips are displayed along the left hand side of the screen and the roulette wheel is on the upper left of the screen where you can watch it spin. The European Roulette option is established the same way, with the exception of the double 00 pocket on the Roulette wheel.

Casino Games Galore

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If you tire of Club World Casino Roulette, you can try your hand at specialty games like Craps, Sic Bo, Euro Slot Poker, Keno, Hot Dice, Magic 7s, 5 Diamond Blackjack, or Lucky 8s. Table games include options like Blackjack, BJ and Perfect Pairs, Face up 21, Match Play 21, Pontoon, Super 21, Baccarat, Caribbean Stud, Caribbean Hold'em, Caribbean Draw Poker, Pai Gow, War, Red Dog, Let 'em Ride, Tri-Card Poker, and Vegas 3-Card Rummy. There are more than 120 gaming options at the Club World Casino, including slots, video poker, and progressive games.

Fair Gaming

When playing Club World Casino Roulette you can rest assured in knowing that the gaming is fair; the company has a software application that you can use to enjoy gaming. This software is audited on a regular basis by a third party auditor identified as Technical Systems Testing. In addition, the site uses encrypted methods to keep your personal information and your payment details protected.

Get The Casino

To make use of the Club World Casino Roulette gaming options, you will need to have access to Internet Explorer 5.0 or greater, AOL 5.0 or greater, and Netscape Navigator 6.0 or greater, and a Windows operating system on your home computer. The casino is compatible with all Windows versions that are Windows 98 or greater. If you choose the Instant play options, you will need to make sure you have a Flash plug in installed, offered through Macromedia. Your home computer will require a 56K modem connection, 64 MM of memory, and a Pentium II 300 processor or better as well.