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The Idiot’s Guide to Online Roulette

With the spin of the wheel and ball, the flashing lights and colors, and massive payouts, it is easy to see why Roulette is one of the most popular games online. There is a huge variety of betting options to keep you interested and entertained.

Roulette is a simple game to learn with a few basic online casino gambling instructions.

Components of the Game

Roulette is made up of a wheel with 38 slots and a felted board with betting options. Players place bets on the ‘inside’ (number 0, 00, or 1-36) or the ‘outside’ (odd/even, red/black, 1-18/19-36, 1st 3rd/2nd 3rd or 3rd3rd).

Based on the odds of ball landing in various sections, there are different payouts available.

If you are betting on the ‘outside’, you only need standard casino chips. If you are betting on the ‘inside’, you will need special chips from the dealer – with one color assigned to each player at the table. This is done to determine whose chips are on which number or section easily.

Roulette Round Basics

  • Players buy chips for inside and outside sections of the board.
  • Players make bets on numbers, colors, odd/even, and sections.
  • The croupier spins the ball in the opposite direction of the spinning wheel.
  • The ball lands in a slot of the wheel.
  • The winning section of the board is marked and announced.
  • Losing bets are swept away.
  • Winners are paid.
  • The round ends.

Check back later for more strategies for blackjack betting and winning while playing roulette. These are the basics to get you started playing. Odds for various bet types will be printed across the table, but the most basic will be a 36-1 payout on any number, and a 2-1 payout for Red/Black or Odd/Even.

Good luck spinning!

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