Roulette is one of the oldest and most popular casino style games that are still in wide use today. The main difference between the European and American Roulette wheel is the zeros. The American Roulette wheel has a single zero spot and a double zero spot, while the European Roulette wheel has only a single zero spot.
The “hollow” of the American Roulette wheel consists of thirty-eight pockets, each with its own number. The numbers on the pockets are 1-36, 0 and 00. The wheel alternates pairs of odd numbers with pairs of even numbers. The numbers also alternate between black and red. Both the 0 and 00 slots are green.
Wagers in American Roulette are placed on the table in any of the marked boxes. You will find a variety of different boxes and winning combinations on the table. This is called the table layout. You can place wagers on many different areas of the table layout at the same time. (All possible bets are outlined below with their corresponding payouts.)
The wheel determines the game's outcome. While the wheel is spinning, the ball is spun round the wheel in the opposite direction the wheel is spinning. Once wagers are placed and the game begins, the ball will spin around the wheel until it loses speed and finally comes to rest in one of the numbered slots within the hollow. The number of the slot where the ball rests is the winning number for that game.
Possible Bets and Table Limits
The possible bets, and the minimum and maximum bet limits are dependent on the table limit you select from the casino lobby.
Selecting Your Wager
Left click on a chip of the desired value to select it. Then left click on any bet area on the table to place your bet there. Additional left clicks on the selected area will add chips of the same value. Right clicking on the selected area will remove one chip of the selected value. You may place chips in a number of different area at the same time.