How to Win at Roullete
Roullete is a casino game of chance that has offered glamour, mystery and excitement to players worldwide since its origin in the 17th century. Its simple rules and high winning probabilities have made it one of the most popular games at physical casinos as well as online. But despite its simplicity, it offers a surprising depth for serious betters who know where to place their chips on the table to reap maximum rewards.
The game has many different betting options which range in the amount they pay out if a bet is successful. The best payout is the single number bet, which pays out 35 times the amount you placed. This makes it the most desirable type of bet to make in roulette. The house edge of the European roulette variant is also lower than its American counterpart, which can be as high as 5.6%.
As soon as you’ve decided on the type of bet you want to make, you place your chips on the table. You’ll be given a different color of roulette chips which are distinct from the regular casino chips to help you separate your bets. When the wheel has stopped spinning, the dealer will announce which bet is successful and pay out your winnings. Losing bets will be collected and deposited into the casino’s income.
The roulette wheel consists of a solid wooden disk slightly convex in shape, with metal separators called frets and compartments called pockets around its circumference. Thirty-six of these compartments are painted alternately red and black and numbered nonconsecutively from 1 to 36. A green compartment on the outside carries the sign 0 while the inner red and outer black compartments each contain numbers 1 and 3. The game is played with a ball that’s spun in an oval motion around the wheel, which contains no friction or magnetic forces.