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A Quick Guide to Roulette

Roulette is a fun game that is played by serious gamblers who love the risk that it entails. It's also played by the more casual gambler because one can have a good time for very little money. Here’s a quick guide about playing Roulette that can help you understand the game better. Hopefully, you will learn enough about Roulette to do some research on your own about this fun game!

The object of the game:
The object of the game is to predict where you think a ball that is spun round a revolving wheel will land after they both come to a complete stop. Once you make your prediction, you can't change it. However, if you are right, you win!

How roulette is played:
In Europe, the roulette wheel is divided into 37 wedges. Thirty-six of them are colour coded with alternating red and black disks. These disks will have a number between 1 and 36 on them. The 37th wedge is green and is numbered "0." This "0" wedge gives a casino the advantage in the game because its skews the probability of the ball landing in the red or black disks enough to where the casino makes money.

Nonetheless, Roulette is a fun game to play. You can bet on where the ball where land in several ways. Here are some of the most common bets players make and the percentage probability of those bets have of winning.
Red or black bets (about 48%):
In this case, you believe the ball will land on either a red wedge or a black wedge. This is the most common bet a casual gambler makes at the Roulette wheel.

Even or odd numbered bets (about 48%):
In this case, you’re betting on the ball landing on an even number or an odd number. Lots of players who play in groups will play Roulette this way.

Green, or “0” wedge, bets (about 2.7%):
If you think the ball will land in the “0” slot, then you should bet accordingly.
Row or column bets (about 16%-32%):
The numbers on the betting board are listed in rows and columns. As a result, you can also bet that the ball will land on a number that’s in one of the columns or rows on the betting board.

To summarise, once you understand how Roulette is played, you can play it in several different ways. To learn more about them, look up the word “Roulette” on your favourite search engine.

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