ROULETTE

Roulette is probably the oldest and most famous casino game. Each player is given chips of a unique colour so they can distinguish their bets from those of other players. To play the game, the Dealer spins the wheel in one direction and the ball in the other. The players try to correctly guess which segment the ball will finally rest in.

Roulette Rules


How to Bet at a Roulette Table

Players may place multiple bets from the selections described below.

1. Straight up (Single Number) 35:1

Chips can be placed on any single number, including zero. If that number comes up on the next spin of the wheel you win back 35 times your bet. For example, if you bet £5 on 33 and 33 wins, you win your original bet plus 35X5 = £180

2. Split (Two Numbers) 17:1

A chip can be placed in the middle of a line directly between two numbers. If either number comes up on the next spin of the wheel you win back 17 times your bet.

3. Street (Three Numbers) 11:1

A chip can be placed on the line at the edge of the layout. This covers the three numbers on that row or street), 1, 2, and 3 for example. If any of the 3 numbers covered by the bet comes up on the next spin of the wheel you win 11 times your bet.

4. Corner (Four Numbers) 8:1

A chip can be placed on the corner between 4 numbers. This covers the four numbers the chip touches, 25,26,28 and 29 for example. If any of the numbers covered by the bet comes up on the next spin of the wheel you win 8 times your bet.

5. Six Line (Six Numbers) 5:1

A chip can be placed on a point where 2 lines cross at the edge of the layout. This covers the six numbers on those two streets, for example 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. If any of the numbers covered by the bet comes up on the next spin of the wheel you win 5 times your bet.

6. Columns (Twelve Numbers) 2:1

A chip can be placed in the box at the bottom of the 1st, 2nd or 3rd Column that covers 12 numbers vertically on the layout, for example 1,4,7,10,13,16,19,22,25,28,31,34. If any of the numbers covered by the bet comes up on the next spin of the wheel you win 2 times your bet.

7. Dozens (Twelve Numbers) 2:1

A chip can be placed in a box dedicated to the 1st, 2nd or 3rd group of 12 numbers on the layout. If any of the numbers covered by the bet comes up on the next spin of the wheel you win 2 times your bet .

8. Red or Black (Eighteen Numbers) 1:1

A chip can be placed in a box dedicated to either RED or BLACK. Every number of the wheel has a colour and if the number on the next spin corresponds with the colour you picked you’ll win same amount as you bet. If the zero comes up you lose your bet.

High or Low (Eighteen Numbers) 1:1

A chip can be placed in a box dedicated to either LOW or HIGH. If you bet LOW and the winning number is between 1 and 18 or you bet HIGH and the winning number is between 19 and 36 you’ll win same amount as you bet. If the zero comes up you lose your bet.

Odd or Even  (Eighteen Numbers) 1:1

A chip can be placed in a box dedicated to either ODD or EVEN. If the number on the next winning spin corresponds with your odd or even bet then you’ll win same amount as you bet. If the zero comes up you lose your bet.

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