The Basics of Roullete


Roulette is a casino game that offers glamour and mystery to players. It’s a favorite game among gamblers around the world, and it provides an exciting level of depth for serious betters.

Roullete (pronounced roh-leh-tay) is derived from the French word for “little wheel.” It was developed in the early 18th century and is now found all over the world. It was invented by French mathematician Blaise Pascal, and it is considered a game of chance.

There are many variations of the game, but they all have a similar layout. The wheel consists of a solid wooden disk with divisions around its edge. The divisions are numbered in a seemingly random pattern and alternate red and black.

On American wheels, a second green compartment carries the number 0. The numbers on the wheel are colored red or black and can be grouped into groups of eighteen called “dozens.” In European-style roulette, a separate 37th compartment carries the number 0.

Inside Bets:

Inside bets in roulette are made by placing chips on specific digits. These bets are usually more conservative and offer a lower payout than outside bets, which are bets on groups of numbers.

The Outside Bet:

Outside bets in roulette are bets on a group of numbers that do not fall into any particular category. These bets have a higher likelihood of winning but a lower payout.

The Outside Bet:

The Outside Bet is the most common type of bet in roulette and can be made by placing chips on any of the 18 outermost numbers. This bet pays 1-1 if the ball lands on a single number, but it has no advantage over an inside bet.

Street Bet: The Street bet is another popular type of bet in roulette and it’s also known as a three-number bet or the side bet. This bet involves placing chips on a row of three consecutive numbers and paying 11-1 if they win.

Corner Bets:

The corner bet is a four-number bet that pays 8-1 if any of those numbers wins. It’s made by placing chips on the point shared by four numbers.


The dozen bet involves wagering on the first 12 numbers on the layout, or the second dozen or the third dozen. The payout is 2-1 for the first twelve and 2-1 for the second or third dozen.

Odd or Even:

The odds and evens in roulette are based on the house edge, which is a percentage of each bet that the house takes. This edge varies from place to place, but is normally not much greater than the house edge in craps. It also varies between double-zero and single-zero wheels.

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