Roulette is the most famous game in the casino and a favorite for many casino visitors. And for good reason, because roulette is exciting and with a little luck you can win a lot of money in one spin. If you've never played roulette before, you might feel dizzy at first. All those boxes, numbers and betting options. Fortunately, roulette is an easy game where you learn the rules quickly. You don't need much explanation, so before you know it you'll be playing roulette like a pro. To work! Roulette is played with a rotating 37-square disc. The boxes are numbered from 1 to 36 plus a 0, which is called the 'zero' in roulette. Half of the numbers 1-36 are colored red, the other half black. The zero is not red or black, but green.
The aim of the game is to predict in which of the squares the ball (the ball) will land. You do this by placing a bet on the playing field. You can bet on one number, but also on several numbers at the same time, in all kinds of different combinations. If the bullet lands on a number that you have bet on, you win. You will then be paid your winnings by the croupier and your winning chip (s) will also be returned - one of the better game rules of roulette. The game play of roulette is super simple. There are actually very few rules of the game.
And the rules out there are obvious. The dealer will announce the start of a new round by saying something like 'your bets please' or 'place your bets, please' depending on which casino and country you are playing. You can now use whatever you want. As a beginner you may want to make a simple one chip bet first. For example 10 Euros on red. Or 5 Euros on your lucky number. While the players place their bets, the croupier gives the spinning disc a whip and launches the ball in the opposite direction.
You now have some time to bet, until the croupier says: 'don't bet any more, please' or 'no more bets, please'. Often the croupier also mows an arm over the table, so that everyone can clearly see that the betting is over. Now comes the most exciting thing about roulette: see where the ball lands. Once the ball has landed in a box, the croupier calls out the winning number, usually with its color. So for example '7, red' or, '35, black '.The croupier now places a block or pawn (dolly) on the winning number.