New to playing at the casino? Roulette is a great game for beginners because it's entirely based on luck! Each Roulette wheel has 36 numbers, a zero, and a double zero. The Dealer spins the Roulette ball in the opposite direction of the spinning wheel. Players bet on where they think the ball will land. There is a table next to the wheel that indicates each of the slots on the wheel. This is where bets are placed. Each player gets different colored chips to differentiate between bettors. The chips are purchased in stacks of twenty. For example, if you would like your chips to be worth $1 each, then you would purchase a stack for $20.
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COVID SAFETY PRACTICES
- Any chips being presented for redemption at a table must be sanitized by the customer prior to presentation to the dealer.
- Players will be allowed to play 2 spots when available
- No pitch games
- 4 players per table
- Customers will be required to sanitize their hands prior to play
- Beverage servers will remain available and serve beverages upon request. No food at the tables
- Guests may not congregate behind players
Making a bet is easy. Each player places their chips on the numbers, color, or sets of numbers they want to bet on. You can make multiple bets per spin. The player will win if the ball lands on any of their numbers. Players can place a bet on an individual number or place an "outside" bet on a combination of numbers.
The most common Roulette bet is a Red or Black wager, which allows players to bet on either color. If the player wins, he will keep the initial bet and win the equal amount. Another common bet is Odd or Even, which has the same payout ratio. A High or Low bet is also a similar type of bet where one has to choose between numbers ranging from 1 to 18 or 19 to 36.
There are also Outside Bets that pay 2-1. The most popular version is on Dozens, which means players bet on the first twelve numbers, the second twelve, or the third twelve. The same twelve number bet applies to a Columns Bet, but there is a difference in the distribution on the betting grid.
Inside bets are higher risk bets. Players bet on a single number, and if they win, the payout will be 35 to 1. A split is when a player bets on two numbers, and if they win, the bet will be increased by 17 times. A street bet is when a player bets on three numbers with a payout ratio of 11 to 1. A double street wager is when a players bets on six numbers with a payout ratio of 5 to 1.
How to Win
Players can continue placing bets until the dealer says "no more bets" and drops the ball onto the wheel. When the ball lands in a slot, the dealer will announce the winning number and color as well as place a marker on the table where the winning number is. He will push aside all the losing bets and place payouts next to the winning chips.
|Bet common name||Winning spaces||Payouts||Odds against winning|
|Straight up||Any single number including 0||35 to 1||36 to 1|
|Split||Any two adjoining numbers vertical or horizontal||17 to 1||17.5 to 1|
|Basket||0, 1, 2, or 0, 2, 3||11 to 1||11.33 to 1|
|Street||Any three numbers horizontal (1, 2, 3, or 4, 5, 6 etc.)||11 to 1||11.33 to 1|
|Corner||Any four adjoining numbers in a block (eg. 17, 18, 20, 21)||8 to 1||8.25 to 1|
|Six line||Any six number from two rows (eg. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33)||5 to 1||5.167 to 1|
|1st Column||1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31, 34||2 to 1||2.083 to 1|
|2nd Column||2, 5, 8, 11, 14, 17, 20, 23, 26, 29, 32, 35||2 to 1||2.083 to 1|
|3rd Column||3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36||2 to 1||2.083 to 1|
|1st Dozen||1 – 12||2 to 1||2.083 to 1|
|2nd Dozen||13 – 24||2 to 1||2.083 to 1|
|3rd Dozen||25 – 36||2 to 1||2.083 to 1|
|Odd||1, 3, 5, 7 ... 35||1 to 1||1.056 to 1|
|Even||2, 4, 6, 8 ... 36||1 to 1||1.056 to 1|
|Red||Red numbers||1 to 1||1.056 to 1|
|Black||Black numbers||1 to 1||1.056 to 1|
|1 to 18||1, 2, 3, 4 ... 18||1 to 1||1.056 to 1|
|19 to 36||19, 20, 21, 22 ... 36||1 to 1||1.056 to 1|