Roulette is by far the most fair and exciting gamble. Over 97% of all bets are distributed to the players as a prize. Still, roulette is the most popular classic game in the online casino. The origins of roulettes date back to the 17th century. It is assumed that the game originated in Italy. In the 18th century there was a similar game called Roulette in France. In the novel of a French author is the description of a Parisian roulette wheel.
Already in the first half of the 19th century roulette was known and spread in Germany. A Bad Homburger casino owner invented a new roulette wheel without double zero at the end of the 19th century. It is also called European Roulette. The American roulette, however, still has the double zero. The advantage of the simple zero was obvious: the house advantage of the casino was smaller and thus the profit chances for the players rose. Gradually, the casino operators moved and switched to the individual zero.
Thanks to the Internet you have the opportunity to come online to the genius of different roulette variants and can challenge your luck independently of opening hours.
The tableau consists of a numerically arranged numerical field, the so-called simple chances, the third chances and the serial fields. The roulette game consists of the game table, the tableau, as well as the kettle, the roulette wheel. The boiler contains the numbers 0 to 36, with the zero being a green field. It stands for the bank's house advantage. The numbers 1 to 10 are alternately colored with the color red and black. For all the following numbers, however, the color depends on the color of its transverse sum.
What Roulette variants are there?
According to the historical distribution of roulette, there are different game variants. There are the French Roulette and European Roulette and the American Roulette.
The French Roulette is the best known to us classic roulette. 36 numbers and the 0 are on tableau and roulette kettle, forming the basis of the game. Sometimes French Roulette is also called European Roulette.
Now and then you can find the American roulette variant in casinos. It is distinguished by a somewhat different looking tableau, which is supposed to ensure a faster gameplay. However, American roulette has a serious drawback. In addition to the 36 numbers and the well-known 0, it has the double-field, which increases the chances of the bank. If you are roulette beginners, we advise you not to choose the American Roulette variant. The profit chances for the bank are simply too high.
What is the difference between French Roulette and American Roulette?
The games are the same with French roulette and American roulette. Only the appearance is slightly changed.
The American roulette is played faster than the French roulette. The playing field is smaller and there is only one dealer opposite.
In French roulette, the croupier shows the rake rate to collect the chips, the bet that won. At American Roulette
the winning number is marked with a small metal figure dolly.
With American Roulette you can play with your own chips. These have no value and are only output at the table in different colors. As a guest, you determine the value at the time of purchase. This is marked for everyone visible. Since no personal value is indicated on the personal tokens, it can only be played at this table. After finishing the game you have to change the chips directly at the table. In addition, you can also participate in American Roulette with the usual game jets.
How to play roulette and what rules are there?
The most popular bets for roulette are the simple odds. The division of numbers 1-36 takes place in three different ways in groups of 18 numbers each:
Rouge or red and noir or black
Impair or odd and Pair or even
Manque low (1-18) and high (19-36)
Douzaines / dozens
The numbers 1-36 are divided into three dozens. The winning rate for this betting option is 2: 1.
Colonnes / Columns
A further classification into three groups of 12 numbers each form the columns, the profit ratio is as in the dozens 2: 1 respectively.
They are based on the six numbers of two successive transverse rows of the tableau, e.g. to the numbers 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15. The corresponding announcement is Transversale 4-9. The payout ratio is 5: 1.
One places on the three numbers of a transverse row of the tableau, Eg 5, 6 and 7. The payout ratio is 11: 1. If you instead ask the dealer to place the chips, then the lowest and the highest number, e.g. Transversal 5-7.
For this type of betting, you bet on four numbers on the tableau, B. 10, 11, 12, 13. The corresponding announcement is Carré 10-13. The corresponding payout ratio is 8: 1.
At the Cheval, you bet on two figures adjacent to the table, e.g. 0/2 or 13/14 or 27/30. The payout rate for this betting option is 17: 1.
At Plein, place your bet on one of the 37 numbers. The payout ratio is 35: 1.
If the ball hits Zéro or zero:
then the inserts gain to zero or those containing the zero in a combination, i.e., H. 0/1, 0/2, 0/3, 0/1/2, 0/2/3 and 0/1/2/3
all other multiple opportunities, ie, transversals, dozens and columns
the bets on the odds are blocked. They go to Prison Prison.