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Roulette Rules

At first glance, roulette may seem like an incredibly complicated game to play. In fact, there are just a few bets that most people usually make, keeping the game relatively simple and fun. The great thing about roulette is that, for more advanced players, the game offers a large number of betting options so that everyone can enjoy the game.

Basic Roulette Rules
Usually about up to 8 players are allowed around the roulette table and play against the house. The dealer or “croupier” represents the house and spins the roulette wheel as well as handle all wagers and payouts. European roulette wheels have 37 slots and American roulette wheels have 38 slots, which affects the odds of each game. Odds are generally better in European roulette games.

All players can buy-in, trading their cash for casino chips. Some casinos use differently colored chips for each player so that bets don’t get mixed up. When you leave they can be traded for regular casino chips.

To play, you place the amount you want to bet on any variety of numbers on the table, including the zero. When everyone has placed their bets, the croupier will call out “no more bets”. After this no one is allowed to remove or change their bets. The croupier will spin the wheel and launch the ball. After a short time, the ball will fall into one of the slots on the wheel . All players must wait until the croupier puts the marker on the winning number and removes all the losing bets, before they can begin placing new bets. Those who placed a bet on or around the winning number are paid out their winnings.

House Edge
On a European roulette wheel with only one zero, the house edge is about 2.7%. On an American roulette wheel with a double zero, the house edge is 5.26%. The house gains its edge by paying winners a chip or two less than what it should if there was no edge.

En Prison
This roulette rule applies to bets of even money and not at all casinos. If the winning number is zero, some casinos will let the player take back half of their bet or leave the bet (en prison or “in prison”) for the next spin of the wheel. If the next spin also results in zero, the wager is lost.

La Partage
This rule is similar to en prison. The player will lose half of their bet and doesn’t have the option of leaving the bet for another spin. This roulette rule applies to “outside” even-money bets like Red / Black, Odd / Even, High / Low when the winning number is zero. Both en prison and la partage reduces the house edge on even money bets by half.

A single number bet, referred to as a “straight-up bet” pays 35 to 1.
A 2 number wager, called a split bet, pays 17 to 1.
A 3 number wager, called a street bet, pays 11 to 1.
A 4 number wager, called a corner bet, pays 8 to 1.
A six number wager pays 5 to 1.
A wager on the outside dozen or column pays 2 to 1.
A wager on the outside even money bets pays 1 to 1

Object Of The Game
In order to win, players must try to predict on which number the ball will land on each spin of the roulette wheel. This is, of course, no an easy thing to do and depends largely on luck. Players call winning numbers that tend to come up more often than others as “hot numbers”. Some players like to bet on numbers that haven’t won in a long time, thinking their appearance is due. Sometimes players will bet on multiple numbers to increase their chances of winning, but this reduces their payouts. Some try all kinds of combinations of systems, methods and money managements systems.


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