What is Roullete?

Roullete is a casino game that involves spinning a wheel of chance. Players place bets on specific numbers or groups of numbers, the colors red and black, whether the number is odd or even, and if the numbers are high (19-36) or low (1-18). A successful bet results in winning chips.

Roulette began in France’s illegal gambling dens in the late 1700s, and spread across Europe. In 1843, a single-zero wheel was introduced by French siblings Louis and Francois Blanc, which drastically reduced the house edge and massively increased roulette’s popularity. The game quickly moved to the United States, where it remained popular in gambling dens until a rigged wheel was discovered and the game was banned in 1933.

There are three main roulette variants that are played at casinos around the world, including American, European, and French. While the house edge for each of these is different, they all have similar rules and payouts.

For beginners, we recommend starting with the European variant. While it might look a bit intimidating due to the French terminologies, you should persevere as it is the best roulette variation in terms of your chances of winning thanks to its minuscule house edge of only 1.35%.

This is primarily due to the fact that it uses only one zero pocket. The European roulette wheel also has a’partage’ and’en prison’ rule that gives you back half of your even money bets if the ball lands on a zero. This makes the game very fair for all bettors and is why many players prefer it to the American version. If you want to take your winnings to the next level, try using a strategy. Two of the most common strategies include the Martingale system and the Labouchere system. These involve increasing your stake after each loss, and gradually decreasing it when you win.