How to Play Roulette Smart [Rules, Bets, Odds, Payouts]

How to Play Roulette Smart [Rules, Bets, Odds, Payouts]


in the next four minutes you’ll learn
how to play roulette like a pro we will explain the rules the bets and the
payouts and you’ll understand what you can do and what you can expect at a
roulette table roulette is the best game in the casino it’s easy to learn and
exciting to play let’s see why there are two main types of Roulettes American and
European the difference is that American roulette has one extra number it has an
additional so called double zero and thirty eight numbers in total it offers
slightly worse odds for the player and the same payout as the European so it is
always preferred to play on a single zero European roulette European roulette
has 37 numbers from 0 to 36 the point of the game is to predict the number that
will come in the next spin simple as that
if you place a chip straight up on a single number and this number wins in
the next spin then you are paid 36 times your money if you bet $10 on the winning
number you will get $360 back if you bet $50 you will be paid eighteen hundred
dollars but it is quite hard to predict the exact number where the ball will
land the solution to this is to wager more than one number with just one chip
when you bet many numbers your probability to win increases but your
payout diminishes accordingly the beauty of roulette is that the player can
choose from a multitude of wagers with different odds and payouts let’s take a
look at the roulette table layout and see how we can place various multi
number bets on the roulette table there are six so-called outside bets because
they are placed outside of the grid of the 36 numbers each of these bets
includes 18 numbers and has roughly a 50/50 chance to win these are the red
numbers the black numbers the odd numbers the even numbers the low numbers
from 1 to 18 the high numbers from 19 to 36 you can choose any of these bets if
you win you double your money let’s say you want to risk $30 and put $10 on odd
numbers and $20 on red numbers if the winning number is 30 then you lose your
$10 on odd numbers and get paid $40 in total for your red numbers bets total
profit $10 then there are 6 12-number bets first
dozen numbers one to twelve second dozen numbers 13 to 24 third dozen numbers 25
to 36 and the three column bets on the bottom of the table which also include
12 numbers each these bets pay you 3 times your money on a win for example
let’s say you place $10 on the first dozen and $10 on the middle column if
number 11 comes which is on the first dozen and the middle column then you get
paid $30 for the Dozen and $30 for the Column bets total $60 total profit $40
when 0 comes all outside bets lose when your outside bet wins the dealer will
place your winnings next to your initial wager you can withdraw your chips
yourself before the next spin now let’s see the inside bets which cover less
numbers than the outside bets and have better payouts you can bet 6 numbers by
placing your chip here it’s called a line or double street bet if any of
these six numbers win you get back six times your money you can bet four
numbers with a corner bet like this if any of these four numbers win you get
back nine times your initial investment you can bet on three numbers on a street
which pays back 12 times your initial amount on a win for example if you risk
$5 you get paid $60 and you can bet on only two numbers it is called the split
in this case you are paid eighteen times your money there are various ways to
wager on 0 either straight up or as a split like that or as part of a three
number wager or as four numbers corner bet note that when you win on the inside
of the table grid the dealer will pay you the extra money but your initial bet
stays on the table you can either leave it there to play for the next spin or
you can withdraw your initial bet before the next spin of the wheel here is a
table with all possible bets their probabilities to win and the payouts the
payout is the profit for example if you bet $10 on a dozen and win you get $20
profit plus your initial $10 there’s no better or worse bets all of them have a
2.7% risk reward disadvantage which is the house edge how you lay your money on
the table is simply a matter of preference if you like to win often you
should choose many numbers like red odd or high numbers if you prefer rare wins
with big profits you should invest in less numbers like a Split or Street the
numbers on the wheel are not placed in a numerical order like on the roulette
table for example the number 30 is between number 8 and 11 numbers on the
wheel are placed in a very special order that guarantees that red and black low
and high and odd and even numbers are alternating in European roulette tables
you can choose some wheel based bets Voisin to zero which cover
17 numbers and requires nine chips or “Orphelins” (Orphans) which covers eight numbers and
requires five chips and “Tiers” which covers 12 numbers and requires six chips
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