The aim of Roulette is to correctly guess which of the numbered compartments the ball will land in by placing bets on sections of the table that contain that number.
Place your chips carefully as positioning can alter the intention and type of your bet.
The Roulette table has many options for betting and players may make as many different bets as they choose during a round.
The simplest bets are even money bets, which cover 18 numbers. These include Red or Black, Odds or Evens, and Low (1 to 18) or High (19 to 36). Even money bets double your wager when they win and are a great introduction to playing Roulette. Remember, even money bets come in pairs: when one wins, the other loses.
Note: all wagers lose on zero except for Straight Up bets placed on zero, or those placed in a combination with the numbers that includes zero.
You can make any number of different bets each round to increase your chances of winning, and several bets can win at the same time! (e.g. three separate bets placed on BLACK, EVEN and 3rd 12 will all win if the ball lands on 28). Just remember you’ll also lose any chips that don’t win.
|Straight Up||Any number, or zero in the centre of any one number||35-1|
|Split||Any two numbers on the line between any two numbers to cover both||17-1|
|Street||Any three numbers on the end of a row||11-1|
|Corner||Any four numbers on the corner of four numbers||8-1|
|Six Line||Any six numbers on the end of the row, between two adjacent rows of three||5-1|
|Five Line||Any five numbers between 0 and 00||6-1|
|Column||First, second or third lot of twelve numbers in the box corresponding to your chosen column||2-1|
|Dozen||Group of twelve consecutive numbers in the box corresponding to the 1st 12, 2nd 12 or 3rd twelve consecutive numbers||2-1|
|Even Chances||Low (1 to 18) or High (19 – 36)
Red or Black
Odd or Even