Of French origin, Roulette is the most popular game of chance throughout Europe and has developed a strong following among Great Canadian Casino customers.
Roulette is not as complicated as it first looks. The Roulette wheel consists of numbers 1 through 36, alternately coloured red and black, plus 0 and 00 which are coloured green.
To bet, simply place your chips on the numbered layout. The dealer spins the ball and will call NO MORE BETS prior to the ball dropping. The winning number is marked and all losing bets are removed. The dealer will then pay all winning bets.
Straight Up: Place your chips on one number only, inclusively the zero and the double zero.
Split Bet: Place your chips on the line between two numbers including the zero and the double zero.
Street Bet: Mark any row. Street bet covers three numbers.
Corner Bet: Place the chip in the cross where four numbers meet. You will be playing on all four numbers.
Five Bet: This bet may only be placed on one spot on the Roulette table. The bet covers the following numbers, 0, 00, 1, 2 and number 3.
Line Bet: A line bet consists of two street bets that are marked by a counter. Along the long line you mark in the t-cross and cover six numbers e.g. 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.
Column Bet: On the short side of the Roulette table there are three boxes marked 2 to 1. By putting your chips in one of these you mark all numbers above, excluding 0 and 00. Totally you will be marking 12 numbers.
Dozen Bet: Here you can mark 12 numbers by putting your bet in one of the three marked boxes, 1st 12, 2nd 12 or 3rd 12.
Red/Black, Even/Odd, Low/High: A chip put in one of these boxes, put along the long side of the table closest to the player, makes it possible to cover half the table. What you are playing on is described in each box. Single zero, 0, or double zero, 00 are not covered by these boxes. Each box covers 18 numbers.
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