Roulette - Guide to Hiring & Playing
Roulette consists of a wheel with 37 numbers; these include the numbers 1-36, 0. After all the bets have been established the wheel is spun and a ball is placed on the outer edge of the wheel. The ball will then drop into one of the numbered pockets once the wheel slows down. The numbers on the wheel alternate pairs of odd numbers with pairs of even numbers and alternate between black
and red. The zero is green in colour. The object of the game is to determine which number or colour the ball with ultimately land on.
The table layout is arranged so that the 36 numbers are arranged in 3 columns of 12 numbers each. The numbers are in sequence, and can be either red or black, depending on the number. There are two types of roulette bets: inside bets and outside bets.
The 6 inside bets: straight bet,
split bet, street bet, corner bet, five
number bet, and a line bet.
There are three basic outside bets: evenmoney, column, and dozen bets.
You can place as many different types of bets at any time. There are no limits to the number of wagers placed on each spin.
Place your chips directly on any single number (zero included). There are 37 possible straight Up bets.
You win if the ball lands on your number.
Odds 37:1 Payout 35:1