Roulette

Roulette is an intriguing game that is played throughout the world.

 There are different variations of Roulette around the world. We’re proud to offer Roulette in one of these variations-the popular American Roulette game with a single 0 along with the standard 36 numbers.

Different players use different colored chips so the bets are not confused. The value of your chips is determined by the price you pay for them. When you’re done playing make certain to redeem your chips at the same table you were playing at. Once you leave that table no one will know the value of your chips.

Each spin of the ball provides a multitude of options for the player. A player may bet on single numbers or on adjacent numbers. A player also may play colors, odd or even numbers, small and big, columns and dozens.

The dealer will be happy to explain all single chip bets and the many combinations available to you.


Roulette Bets & Payouts





  • Straight up- single number bet pays 35 to 1.
  • Split- double number bet pays 17 to 1.
  • Street- three number bet pays 11 to 1.
  • Corner- four number bet pays 8 to 1.
  • Six line- Six number bets pays 5 to 1.
  • Dozens- twelve numbers (first, second, third dozen) pays 2 to 1.
  • Column bet (12 numbers in a row) pays 2 to 1.
  • Small numbers (1-18) pays even money.
  • Big numbers (19-36) pays even money.
  • Red or black pays even money.
  • Odd or even bets pay even money.


The player has the following options for additional betting:


Sector bets and Neighbours


The Roulette wheel is divided into 4 sectors: Voisins du Zero, Tiers du Cylindre, Orphelines and Zero Spiel. Each sector bet requires a minimum of chips and covers specific numbers on the table.

  • Voisins du Zero is 9 chips bet covering 17 numbers.
  • Tier Du Cylindre is a 6 chips bet covering 12 numbers.
  • Orphelines is a 5 chips bet covering 8 numbers.
  • Zero Spiel is a 4 chips bet covering 7 numbers.


A neighbour bet comprises 5 numbers- the number that you desire to bet on together with its 2 adjacent numbers on the right and its 2 adjacent numbers on the left.

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