Live Roulette



The roulette wheel is iconic with the black, red, and green squares in a circle. The wheel is spun in one direction and the ball in the other, which falls where it may. The pockets on the wheel are numbered 1 – 36, with alternating blacks and reds for evens and odds that reverse every ten numbers. European variations have only a green zero, where as American roulette has the extra double zero.

The betting area is known as the layout. Players place their chips down to perform various bets based on where the ball will land. Inside bets include straight bets on a single number, a split bet on the line between two numbers, a street bet with a chip at the edge of the line to bet on three numbers, or a corner bet on four numbers by placing them at the intersection of the horizontal and vertical lines of a square. Depending on the game having a double zero or not, you may place a six-line or double street bet, a trio bet, a basket bet, or a top line bet on the lowest numbers to include either zero or double zero, and 1, 2, or 3. Outside bets have smaller payouts, but better odds, allowing you to bet on a dozen or more numbers at a time, either as a column of 12 or a range of 18. Outside bets also include betting on evens or odds, or reds or blacks. There is also something called a snake bet that involves putting a chip on each number on a column, but rules vary about whether or not this yields a different payout than a column bet.

The lower the odds, the higher the payout, making live roulette an exciting game. The odds range from 35:1 for a straight bet on a zero or double zero all the way up to 1:1 wider range outside bets. Since every player at a roulette table has to be betting, outside bets can come in handy. Live roulette draws in a variety of players looking to roll high or low in this game of chance.


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