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roulette table wheel

Roulette 

Round and round it goes. Where it stops, nobody knows! Not even the seasoned veteran. That's right, it's time for Roulette! You won't find a simpler game. Your only decision is how much and where to place your bets. Of course, the choices seem almost endless. The numbers on the Roulette wheel consist of 1-36, plus 0 and 00, for a grand total of 38 numbers.

 

First, get your Roulette chips from the dealer. The dealer will give you a specific color to play with. You will need these in order for you to place your bets on the Roulette table. The different colors that each player receives, tells the dealer what position you are playing and also what each of your chips are worth.

 

Once you are finished playing on the Roulette table, it is important to cash in your chips with the dealer so that he or she can give you the correct chips for the rest of the casino play.

 

Now that you have your chips, place them down where you think the ball will land. You can place an inside bet or an outside bet or both.

 

Inside Bets

 

One number- Chip is placed on one specific number- odds are 35 to 1

Two numbers- Chip is placed in between two numbers- odds are 17 to 1

Three numbers- Chip is placed on the outside line of a row of three numbers- odds are 11 to 1

Four numbers- Chip is placed in the corner of four connecting numbers- odds are 8 to 1

Five numbers- Chip is placed on the line connecting the 0, 00,1,2, and 3. This is the only 5 number bet on the Roulette table. Odds are 6 to 1

Six numbers- Chip is placed on the outside line in between two rows of three numbers- odds are 5 to 1

Dozens- Chip is placed on the box marked 1st 12, 2nd 12 or 3rd 12. The winning number must hit within the dozen range of your bet. 0 and 00 would be losing numbers. Odds are 2 to 1

Columns- Chip is placed at the bottom of the long column of numbers. The winning number must hit within the column of your bet. 0 and 00 would be losing numbers. Odds are 2 to 1
Red or Black- Chip is placed on the box marked Red or Black, referring to the background of the winning number. 0 and 00 would be losing numbers. Pays even money.
Odd or Even- Chip is placed on the box marked Odd or Even, referring to the winning number. 0 and 00 would be losing numbers. Pays even money.

1-18 or 19-36- Chip is placed on the box marked 1-18 or 19-36. The winning number must hit within the range of your bet. 0 and 00 would be losing numbers. Pays even money.

 

Odds:

One number 35:1

Two numbers 17:1

Three numbers 11:1

Four numbers 8:1

Five numbers 6:1

Six numbers 5:1

Dozens 2:1

Columns 2:1

Red or Black 1:1

Odd or Even 1:1

1-18 or 19-36 1:1