# Roulette

Just seeing the word "casino" immediately conjures up images of the revolving roulette wheel of numbered red and black slots. Roulette is the one of the oldest and best-known casino games, and it is also one of the easiest to play. All you really need to know is how to place your bets.

The winning number is determined when the ball comes to rest in one of the 37 (Single Zero Roulette 0 to 36) or 38 (Double Zero Roulette 0 to 36) numbered compartments. The ball is spun in the opposite direction of the Roulette wheel.

With each spin of the wheel, bets may be placed on the number, the color of the number, odd or even number, and a number of different possibilities and combinations with all the numbered compartments. To state its odds:

 A = Straight A bet is placed on any single number on the table, including zero + double zero B = Split Covers any two adjacent numbers on the table, such as 29-32, 8-9, or 0-3 for instance C = Street Cover any line of three adjacent numbers on the table, such as 7-8-9 or 22-23-24 for instance. A street bet may also be placed on 0-1-2 or 0-2-3 D = Corner Cover any four adjacent numbers on the table, such as 17-18-20-21 or 31-32-34-35 for instance E = Six line Covers any six adjacent numbers on the table, such as 19-20-21-22-23-24 for instance F = Column Covers one of the three vertical columns of 12 numbers G = Dozen Covers a series of 12 numbers; first, second + third 12 H = High Covers a group of 18 numbers, 19-36 I = Low Covers a group of 18 numbers, 1-18 J = Red All red numbers, 18 numbers in total K = Black All black numbers, 18 numbers in total L = Odd M = Even

When Zero or Double Zero, Bets F-M lose.

The Dealer will ring the bell and call "No More Bets" when the ball is about to drop. Additional bets will not be accepted at this point.

Simply place the amount you wish to invest and the Dealer will pass you the equivalent in Colored Roulette chips. Colored roulette chips can only be played on the Roulette chips. Colored Roulette chips can only be played on the Roulette tables. Each table has its own set of colored chips so make sure you cash in your colored chips for a value chips when you leave the Roulette table to go and play another game.

*Game Rules and Table Layout may change upon Management's discretion.