How to Play Roulette
Roulette is a game of chance, a twill of the wheel and watching the number float by you until it
finally lands on just one number of one color. This is one of the easiest games that you can find to play both
online or offline as you can place a bet on a color and a number and 1 or 500 people could be playing at the same
table as you can the odds will not change as there are only going to be so many number on the wheel at one time and
these will not change.
The only thing that some gamblers don’t like about playing roulette is the number of bets
that you can make, the amount of money that you can lose with just one spin of the wheel, or the amount of time it
can take between spins to get the game going again. When the table is full the game goes a little slower offline,
but online the game will continue no matter how many people are playing at any given moment.
The roulette wheel itself is made up of sections where there are 38 numbered sections on the
wheel from 1 – 36 and then the number 0 and 00 have been added so there are 38 numbered sections on the roulette
wheel. The numbers are also color coded in black and in red so that there are no misunderstandings or
misconceptions about what number has been bet and what number has come up on the roulette wheel.
From casino to casino the rules might change slightly but not much. There are going to be
different types and amounts of bets you can place of the roulette wheel with any given spin of the wheel. When your
number comes up you win, if it doesn’t you lose.
All bets are placed, the wheel is then spun and the dealer takes the money from the losing
numbers while adding to the winners’ number and then waits for the next round of bets to be placed on the
The roulette dealer will call out bets closed or no more bets before spinning the wheel each
time so that no one can place a bet after the wheel has been spun, making it fair for both the casino and the