How to Play Roulette
The aim of Roulette is to pick the winning number that will appear on the Roulette wheel. You can bet combinations of numbers, choose the colour or whether it is odd or even. However Roulette is not as easy as it seems.
A roulette game consists of a layout, which is 36 numbers arranged 1 to 36, alternating red and black. On the sides of the layout are boxes for additional bets, including odd and even, red and black, first, second or third column, first, second and third dozen, and first half or second half. At the top of the wheel is a 0.
To play, drag as many chips as you wish anywhere on the layout. Click to spin the wheel. Wherever the ball lands, determines what number and side bets get paid off. Bets are paid at what the true odds would be if there were no 0, so a single number would pay off at 35 to 1 and a bet of red or black or odd or even would pay off at even money. You can bet more than one number at a time. To play multiple numbers that are touching, simply place the chips so that they are touching all the numbers. For example, to play two numbers, simply put your chips in between the two numbers you want. To play four, put the chips in the centre.
(European Style Roulette Table)
|Type of Bets||Odds|
|Straight bet-Pick one number||35-1|
|Column bet-Pick a column of 12 numbers down the table||2-1|
|Dozen bet-Pick groups of 12 numbers across the table||2-1|
|Red or Black-Predict the colour of the bed the ball will land in||1-1|
|Odds or Evens-Predict either an odd or even number||1-1|
|High or Low-Predict whether the ball will land on numbers 1-18 or 19-36||1-1|
|Split bet-Choose two adjacent numbers and bet on the line dividing the two numbers||17-1|
|Row or Street bet-Choose a 3-number row across the table ||11-1|
|Six Number bet-Choose two adjacent 3-number rows||5-1|
|Corner bet-Choose four adjacent numbers and bet on the intersection between the four||8-1|