
Roulette 
American  European  French

The Game 
Roulette is played by spinning a small ball on a round wheel. The ball circles in the rotating roulette wheel
and stops randomly on one of the wheel sectors. Your goal as a player is to predict the result of the spin
by placing corresponding bets on the roulette table divided into many different fields.
By predicting the right number, you earn a payoff on your bet.
The difference between French, European and American roulette is the game table layout and the odds.

The Rules of the Game 
Place a bet on a number, color, odds or a group of numbers on the Roulette table,
and spin the wheel. You can spin the roulette wheel by pressing the "Spin" button or a closeup version
of the wheel. Roulette spins automatically in 30 seconds since the last round.
When the ball has stopped in a slot, its number will be marked on the table layout with a marker.
You can see the winning number in the window to the right from the table.
You can spin the wheel without having to place the bets. After you have spun the wheel,
you cannot place the bets anymore. You can place as many bets as you want unless they
exceed the amount of money that you have.

The Bets 
Place the chip on the roulette table by clicking the desired betting area.
To cancel the bet, click on the chip again.
A betting layout allows to place bets on one or more numbers at a time.
Numbers are arranged in 12 rows and three columns, at the top of the number field is the zero.
Bets placed in this numbered space or on the lines between numbers are called inside bets.
Another five bets are made on the special boxes below and to the center of the board and are called outside bets.
Alternative bets are not permitted:
e.g. red and black, even and odd, three dozens, etc. These bets don't alter
the turnover.
There are several different bet types in roulette
each covering different fields and having different payoffs:

Bet Type 
Bet Description 
Payoff 
Min bet 
Max bet 

Straight up 
A chip is placed on any single number 136 including zero (0).
This bet covers one single number.
(see A) 
35:1 
1 
100 
Split up 
A chip is placed on the line dividing two adjacent numbers.
This bet covers two numbers.
(see B) 
17:1 
1 
100 
Street bet 
A chip is placed on the outer right boundary line of the roulette table.
This bet covers three numbers.
(see C) 
11:1 
1 
100 
Corner bet 
A chip is placed in the corner where the four numbers meet.
The bet covers all these four numbers.
(see D) 
8:1 
1 
100 
Six line bet 
A chip is placed on the outer right boundary line where
it intersects with the line dividing two neighbour rows.
This bet covers all two rows each consisting of three numbers.
(see E) 
5:1 
1 
100 
Column bet 
A chip is placed on one of the fields marked as
"2 to 1" at the very
bottom of the roulette table. This bet covers all the 12 numbers
in the corresponding column. Zero doesn't pay.
(see F) 
2:1 
1 
100 
Dozen bet 
A chip is placed on one of the fields marked as
"1st 12",
"2nd 12", or "3rd 12";
(first, second or third dozen). This bet covers the corresponding
12 numbers.
(see G) 
2:1 
1 
100 
118/1936 
A chip is placed on the "118"
or the "1936"
field. This bet covers 18 numbers.
(see H) 
1:1 
1 
100 
Even/Odd 
A chip is placed on the "even" or
the "odd" field. This bet covers 18 numbers.
Zero doesn't pay.
(see I) 
1:1 
1 
100 
Red/Black 
A chip is placed on the "red" or the "black"
field. This bet covers 18 numbers. Zero doesn't pay.
(see J) 
1:1 
1 
100 

Announce Bets 
There are two different types of announce bets  neighbors and arcs
("Voisins de Zero", "Orphelins", and "Tier").
 Neighbor bets
Neighbor bets cover numbers located next to each other on the roulette wheel. Choose a number and
then decide how many "neighbors" of that number (one, two, three or four) you would like
to include in your wager. For example, when you place a bet on a number and 4 neighbors, and one
of the number wins, the dealer places 1/5 of the bet on the winning number. A payoff will be calculated
as 35:1.
The number of neighbor bets is fixed and equals two (on each side of the number).
 Arcs
Voisins de Zero, Orphelins, and Tier divide the wheel into four distinct areas.
You can see different bet types below:
Voisins de Zero 

Numbers 
Chips 

0/2/3 
2 
4/7 
1 
12/15 
1 
18/21 
1 
19/22 
1 
25/26/28/29 
2 
32/35 
1 
Total: 
9 

Tier 

Numbers 
Chips 

5/8 
1 
10/11 
1 
13/16 
1 
23/24 
1 
27/30 
1 
33/36 
1 
Total: 
6 

Wheel track, divided into four areas

Orphelins 

Numbers 
Chips 

1 
1 
6/9 
1 
14/17 
1 
17/20 
1 
31/34 
1 
Total: 
5 

Zero Spiel 

Numbers 
Chips 

0/3 
1 
12/15 
1 
26 
1 
32/35 
1 
Total: 
4 


The Control Buttons for the Game 


 «SPIN», to make the spin 


 «REPEAT», to repeat the last bet 


 «CLEAR», to remove all the wagers from the table 

The Jackpot 
Jackpot is not being drawn on the public tables ($0.110 wager amount).
To win a Jackpot, you have to cover the same field and win three times in a row.
You are not allowed to cover more than one field in each betting area
(e.g., for the Straight up bet type, you can cover one number only.) However, you will still
be eligible for the Jackpot draw when placing the bets which are not among the same bet type.
Bet type 
Number of consequent bets to win 
Minimum betting limit 

Straight up 
3 
1 
You can see the current Roulette Jackpot payout at the bottom of the screen.



