Learning roulette consists of understanding the bets and the rules to follow to place them. On this page, we will examine the different possible bets and how to perform them, taking into account their particularities and the ratio in which they pay. Roulette rules: Single bets On a roulette table, single bets are found on both sides of the main game area with 37 numbers. There are no simple winning bets on zero. Let’s look at the different types of bets: Red or Black – The player can choose to bet on the color of the number that will come out. Tokens are placed in one of the red or black diamond-shaped boxes on the front of the board. This bet is very common for roulette because, as it is easy to understand, the chances of winning are almost 50%.

However, many players make the mistake of assuming that if five black numbers are out for example, the chances of the sixth being red exceed 50%. This reasoning is not logical, since the roulette wheel is not able to “remember” the previous part and the parts are independent of each other. This bet pays in a ratio of 1 to 1. Even or Odd – This bet is similar to the Red or Black bet, with the difference that the player bets on the possibility that the outgoing number is even or odd. Since zero is not considered an even or odd number, the roulette has 36 numbers for an even number of even and odd numbers. To make this bet, the player places his chips in the center of the square indicating “even” or the square indicating “odd” located on either side of the table next to the red or black squares. Pass or Miss –

Roulette rules allow you to bet on a wide range of numbers. By placing a bet / miss, the player wagers that the outgoing number will be between 1 and 18 or between 19 and 36. This is a bet whose odds are 50% that can be made by placing the odds. tokens in the corresponding boxes on which these series of numbers are printed. Columns – At one end of the array of 37 numbers are boxes marked “2 for 1”. Each box is located in the imaginary extension of one of the number columns of the central game board. If one of the numbers in the column the gambler has bet on, he wins and the bet pays in a r

atio of 2 to 1. Although separate from other bets, this bet is considered a single bet. Dozens – Very similar to the columns, the dozens allow the player to bet on either the first dozen numbers (1-12), the second (13-24), or the third (25-36). To make this bet, the player places his chips in the rectangular boxes between the surface for single bets and the surface for multiple bets. These will normally carry the indication 1st 12, 2nd 12, 3rd 12. This bet pays in a ratio of 2 to 1. Other roulette rules: Multiple bets Multiple bets are made on specific numbers or combinations of numbers inside or on both sides of the number table.

Remember that the total of all bets must be at least the minimum required at the table. The full number – This is a simple roulette bet. By betting on one of the 37 numbers and placing his chips, the player can win in a ratio of 35 to 1. A Cheval- The rules of the roulette also allow to bet on two numbers at once provided that these numbers are neighbors on the board. To make this bet, the chips must be placed at the bottom on the line separating the two chosen numbers.

This bet pays in a ratio of 17 to 1 if one of the two numbers wins. Full transversal – This bet is similar to the horse. It allows the player to bet on three different numbers at a time. To do this, the chips are straddled outside the row formed by three neighboring numbers. Thus, a player wishing to bet on both numbers 1, 2 and 3 will place his chips on the outer line of 3. This bet pays in a ratio of 11 to 1. Angle – The rules of the roulette also allow to other types of combinations. This form of bet, the angle, allows the player to bet on four numbers contiguous at a time. To do this, the player will place his chips at the intersection of four numbers. This bet is sometimes called Square. If one of the four numbers chosen comes out, she pays in a ratio of 8 to 1. Square – To make this bet, the player places his chips on the angle at the intersection of 0 and 3. The bet is winning if one of the four numbers 0, 1, 2 or 3 comes out. She pays in a ratio of 8 to 1.