How to play roulette
Roulette is one of the best games in the casino, it’s easy to learn and to learn and exciting to play. There are two main types of roulette tables, American and European, and the difference is that the American roulette has one extra number, it has a new so-called double zero and thirty-eight number in total. It offers slightly worse odds for the player and the same pay out as the European roulette, so it is always preferred to play on a single-zero European roulette. It has 37 numbers, from 0 to 36, the point of the game is to predict the number that will come in the next spin simple as that.
Getting to know the odds
If you place a chip straight up on a single number and if that number wins the next time then you are paid 36 times for the original bet. If you bet 10 US dollars on a bet and if you win, you will be paid 360 US dollars, but it is quite hard to predict the exact number where the ball will land. The solution to this is to wager more than one number with just one chip when you bet on many numbers, the probability of winning a bet increases but at the same time, your pay out decreases accordingly. The beauty of the roulette is that the player can choose from a multitude of wagers with different odds and pay-outs. Let’s take a look at the roulette table layout and see how various multinumber bets can be placed. On a table, there are six outside bets because they are placed outside of the grid for the 36 numbers; each of these bets includes 18 numbers and has roughly had a 50/50 chance to win. These bets are divided into red and black numbers, odd and even numbers, low and high numbers which constitute of 1-18 and 19-36 respectively. You can risk any of these bets with a chance to double your money.
The main bets
There are six 12 number bets divided into three individual dozen bets and three standing column bets, and these bets pay you three times of the original bets when zero comes then all outside bets lose. The inside bets cover less number than the outside bets and have better pay-outs. You can play six numbers by playing a line bet which can win you six times the original bet, a corner bet is four numbers and pays out nine times the initial investment. A street or three number bets will help you get a total pay-out of 12 times the original bet. You can win 18 times of your original wager by playing two numbers or a split, a single number is called straight-up and pays out 35 times.
The numbers on a roulette wheel are not placed in a numerical order to make sure that red and black, low and high, odd and even numbers are in an alternating sequence. Unlike the American roulette table, the European roulette table you can play different bets on the wheels itself as it is segregated into different number schemes.