How To Play European Roulette

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The European Roulette does not differ from the other live roulette variations in its fundamentals. Players make their bets on which number pocket the sphere will certainly fall. The European Roulette wheel is included 37 number pockets. Numbers from 1 to 36 alternate in between black and red and there is only one zero pocket, which is colored in green. The positioning of the pockets on the wheel seems random, but is really organized in a mathematical order so there would be and equal possibility for each number to win.

The house benefit in European Live roulette is considerably decreased as compared with the American, due to that it has only one zero pocket. The European variant has the extra “en-prison” rule According to this rule, if the sphere falls down on the absolutely no pocket, players who put an even-money bet have the opportunity to either lose half of the original bet or leave it where it is to be played in the next round.

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The European Live roulette makes use of routine gambling establishment chips, instead of the special roulette chips in the American variation. This makes keeping track of your bet a bit more difficult, so each player should pay attention where his wagers were positioned. All bets are handled by the croupier with the aid of a special stick. Bets could be placed on the table until the croupier reveals “no more bets” and any made after that moment would be discarded.

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Betting

The bets pay according to the likelihood of the number to come out as winning. Each table has a various minimum and optimum and players can not bet accordingly less or more than the fixed amounts. The betting layout is not much different than those of other roulette variations and the bets fall into two major groups – “inside” and “outside” bets

Inside bets

Straight bet
Bet is placed on one number. The odds and payout are 35-to-1

Street bet
Bet is put on three numbers positioned in a row on the betting area by setting the chips on the edge line at the end of the row. The odds and payment are 11-to-1.

Split bet
Bet is put on two adjoining numbers on the betting location by setting the chips on the line between the numbers. The probabilities and payout are 17-to-1.

Corner bet
Bet is placed on four adjoining numbers on the betting area by setting the chips on the intersection part of the 4 numbers. The probabilities and payout are 8-to-1.

Sixline bet
Bet is put two “streets” (six numbers) on the wagering area by setting the chips on the intersection of the edge lines at the end of the both rows. The odds and payment are 5-to-1.

Outside bets
Column bet
Bet is placed on all numbers included in one of the three columns on the betting location by setting the chips on the box at the end of the column. The odds and payout are 2-to-1.

Group/dozen bet
Bet is put on all numbers consisted of in the very first (1-12), second (13-24) or third (25-36) dozen of numbers by setting the chip on the dozen bet box. The odds and payout are 2-to-1.\

High/low
Bet is put on the winning number to be low (1-18) or high (19-36) by setting the chips on the low or high box.

Black/red bet
Bet is placed on black or red color to win by setting the chips on the color bet box. The odds and payout are even money.

Odd/even bet
Bet is placed on the winning number to be odd or even by setting the chips on the odd or even box.

 

 

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November 10, 2014: posted in Roulette No Comments

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