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Roulette High Roller - Game Guide
Play the classic game of Roulette but as a high roller! Just like a physical casino, the Roulette High Roller table in the online casino has 38 numbers, 1 to 36 and the green 0 and green double 0. You can make the same wagers in the online casino as you would in Vegas!
You can score a 35 to 1 payout on single numbers, a 17 to 1 payout on the green 0 and green double 0, and a 2 to 1 payout on a spin of a set of 12 numbers. Roulette High Roller lets you ascend to major heights! The minimum bet is $10 while the maximum bet is an awesome $500 per spin!
Roulette High Roller - How to Play
Roulette is one of the oldest casino games in the world. It’s a simple game that when played with a strategy could yield immense profits. The goal of Roulette is to correctly pick a color, either red or black, individual numbers from 1 to 36 or a 0 or double 0, all even or all odd numbers on the roulette table, or a set of 12 numbers either established via the table layout or via a set of 12 numbers, for example, first 12 (1 through 12). Players can also bet on 1 through 18 or 19 through 36.
Once a bet has been placed, the croupier spins the roulette wheel. Whichever number that the ball lands on, is established as the winning number. If you bet on the exact number, for example you bet on 16 and the ball lands on 16, you win.
Roulette High Roller - Bet Types
See below for various bet types in Roulette High Roller.
Red or Black – Bet on either red or black.
Column Bet – Betting that the numbers established on one of three columns will come up on the next spin.
Corner Bet – Betting on a group of four numbers at a single time.
Dozen Bet – Betting on the first 12 numbers on the table, either 1 through 12, the second 12 numbers, either 13 through 24, or the third 12 numbers, either 25 through 36, will come up on the next spin.
Even or Odd Bet – Bet on the next spin being an even or odd number.
Low Bet – A bet that a 1 through 18 will come up on the next spin.
High Bet – Betting that a 19 through 36 will come up on the next spin.
Split Bet – Betting on two numbers at once.
Straight Bet – Betting on an individual number.
Street Bet – Wagering on three numbers at once.
Roulette High Roller - Minimum and Maximum Bet Amounts
The minimum bet on a Roulette High Roller spin is $10.
The maximum bet on a Roulette High Roller spin is $500.
Roulette High Roller – Payouts
See below for Roulette High Roller payouts.
Red or Black 1 to 1
Odd or Even 1 to 1
Low Bet 1 to 1
High Bet 1 to 1
Column Bet 2 to 1
Dozen Bet 2 to 1
Corner Bet 8 to 1
Street Bet 11 to 1
Straight Bet 35 to 1
Split Bet 17 to 1
Roulette High Roller – How to Win
Money management is definitely the key to winning at Roulette and Roulette High Roller is no different. Unlike Craps, where true odds can be found by backing up a Pass Line wager, there are no true odds wagers on the roulette table. In the long run, the house will win.
But that doesn’t mean that high rolling roulette players can’t make money by playing the game. The house edge when you make an even money wager in Roulette isn’t too high for you to lose every time. Betting on red or black, or betting on even or odd, will yield profitable results in a short period and unprofitable results over the long hall.
It’s rare to hit individual numbers in Roulette. Since Roulette High Roller requires a minimum $10 wager, playing straight bets could yield to big losses. The payout odds are 35 to 1 on straight bets, but the true odds are 38 to 1. Make corner, street or split bets instead of straight bets. Or, bet on four specific numbers, like playing Keno, that are your four lucky numbers, as an example.
There is a lot of ways to bet in Roulette High Roller. The key is to understand that there is absolutely no skill involved in the actual game. Roulette High Roller is a pure game of chance meaning that the true skill, the way to make money, is to manage your bankroll.
Roulette – Glossary
black bet – Betting on the next spin to come up on a black number.
column bet – Betting on one of the three columns on the Roulette High Roller wheel.
corner bet – A bet on four corners on the Roulette High Roller table by placing a chip in the middle of four attached numbers. For example, if you make a corners bet on the 16, 17, 19 and 20, you put your chip exactly in the middle of those four numbers so that your chip is touching all four of the numbers at once.
croupier – The casino employee that spins the Roulette High Roller wheel.
double zero or 00 – The green 00 at the top of the Roulette High Roller table. Hitting double zero on a spin pays 35 to 1.
dozen bet – Wagering on any of the 12 sets of numbers on the Roulette High Roller table.
five number bet – Betting on the 0, 00, 1, 2, and 3 at the same time and for a single spin.
high bet – A bet on any numbers from 19 to 36.
inside bet – Betting on or between numbers in the boxes on a Roulette High Roller table. For example, if you place a chip on the line between the 22 and 23 you are making an inside bet that the 22 or 23 will come up on the next spin.
low bet – Wagering on any numbers from 1 to 8.
marker – The tool that is placed on the number that hits after each spin of the Roulette High Roller wheel.
quarter bet – Betting on one of four numbers with a chip. A quarter bet is very similar to a corner bet.
red bet – A bet that the next spin will be a red number.
Roulette High Roller – The game of Roulette High Roller where bets are made and payouts or losses occur via spinning a ball on a Roulette High Roller wheel and having that ball land on a red or black number from 1 through 36 or a green number, 0 or 00.
Roulette High Roller table – The table in Roulette High Roller on which players place wagers.
Roulette High Roller wheel – The wheel where the ball spins and lands on numbers in Roulette High Roller.
six number bet – Wagering on six numbers for a single spin.
split bet – Betting on two numbers at once. For example, betting on the 16 and 17 at the same time by placing your chip on the line between the 16 and 17. Split bets pay 17 to 1.
straight bet – A wager on a single number. Straight bets pay 35 to 1 odds, but they’re difficult to hit in Roulette High Roller.
street bet – Wagering on three numbers at once. So called because on a Roulette High Roller table three numbers in a row resembles a “street”.