How to Play Roulette

The game is played with a wheel containing 37 compartments numbered from 1-36 and one zero. The numbers from 1-36 are divided up equally and coloured either red or black. A single ball is spun and will land in one of the numbered compartments.

The object of the game is to predict which numbered compartment the ball will fall into by placing a wager on the appropriate number on the layout. Wagers may also be placed to predict a sequence of numbers. The best odds are given for predicting the number outright ('Straight Up') and the odds diminish depending on the range of numbers in the sequence, line or block. Players are not limited in the number or range of bets they may place on the same 'Spin'.

It is also possible to wager on whether the number will be red or black, odd or even, low or high (often called the 'Outside / Even chance bets'). Each of these consists of eighteen numbers and pays even money, unless zero is spun whereby all of the even chance bets will be lost.

Key Payout

  1. Straight Up (number) 35 to 1
  2. Split (2 numbers) 17 to 1
  3. Street (3 numbers) 11 to 1
  4. Corner (4 numbers) 8 to 1
  5. Sixline (6 numbers) 5 to 1
  6. Column (12 numbers) 2 to 1
  7. Dozen (12 numbers) 2 to 1
  8. Red or Black Even Money
  9. 1-18 or 19-36 Even Money
  10. Even or Odd Even Money

In the event of 'Zero' winning, all EVEN chances lose.