Getting Started With Roulette

Roulette has been a staple of casino gaming since the 17th century and is still an exciting game to play. However, the game is more than just luck of the draw – it requires careful consideration and a little bit of strategy to get the most out of your time at the table.

There are many variations of the classic casino game, with each offering a unique set of rules and a different level of excitement. Some of the more popular ones include baccarat, mini-roulette, and multi-wheel. You can also find a few live dealer versions of the game in some of our casinos.

Getting Started with Roulette

The first step to playing roulette is to place your chips on the table. The dealers will then distribute them to you according to your preferred stake amount.

Using the right bet size is important to ensure that you don’t go broke before the end of your game. Some casinos will allow you to change your bet size up to five times during a game.

Best Bets and Payouts

There are many betting options at the roulette table, but the most common ones are single numbers, multiple numbers, color combinations, and groupings of numbers. There are also specialty bets including red and black, even and odd, and high or low.

The roulette wheel is a convex wooden disk with metal partitions known as separators around its edge. Thirty-six of these compartments, painted alternately red and black, are numbered nonconsecutively from 1 to 36. A 37th compartment is also painted green and is used to display the coveted number zero.