Enjoy a classic casino game.
The principle of American Roulette is easy: you simply bet which number the ball will land on, before the Dealer spins it around the revolving Roulette wheel.
You decide where you think the ball will land by choosing a number or numbers from 0-36 on the Roulette wheel. Each number is either red or black except zero which is green. Placing your bet on the equivalent number on the table, the Dealer spins a ball around the revolving wheel. It eventually comes to rest in one of the compartments and that compartment holds the winning number. The dealer will show this on the table layout by placing a marker on the winning number.
You can place bets on the following options:
If the ball doesn’t land on your number in the Roulette wheel, you lose your bet to the House. If the winning number is zero all stakes on the even chance bets will lose half of the stake to the House.
Generally, you will be given different coloured wheels chips to play with. These make it easier for both the Players and the Dealer to see whose chips are whose.
On the tables you will see an oval track which consists of the wheel numbers in order. This is for the Dealer to place ‘Neighbour bets’: a 5-piece wager covering five adjacent numbers, two either side of the number you called. For example, for ‘Zero’ the neighbours will cover 3, 26, 32 and 15 as well as 0. If one of these is a winning number the Dealer will place one of the five pieces on to that number.
You can play specific sections of the wheel. These are known as the French bets and are as follows:
We have a great selection of tables here with bets ranging from £10 min to £30,000 max on even chance, and £10 min to £15,000 max on dozens and columns.
French bets go by £5 min – Voisin = £45, Tier = £30, Orphelin = £25 up to table max. All variable on table minimum.
There are 25 Electronic Roulette machines: 25p min to £5 max.
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