How to Play Roullete

Roullete is a game of numbers which originated in France. It is a derivative of the French board game Biribi. Players place chips into numbered spots on the wheel and try to guess the number that will be shown on the spots. The game can be played alone or in teams. Before you start playing, you should familiarize yourself with the rules. You should also consider the table that suits your skill and the odds that you can expect.

Inside bets

There are a number of different ways to make a Roullete inside bet. The first one is to place your chips on the outside border of the section with three numbers. If you win your bet, you will be paid out at 11 to 1. If you lose, you will get nothing. For both kinds of inside bets, the house edge is small – 5.26% for the European wheel and 2.70% for the American one.

Another option is to place a single bet. The odds of winning a single straight-up bet are 36/1 while a single bet on a line of six numbers is only 6/1. The inside bet strategy you choose will depend on your risk tolerance.

Outside bets

When playing Roullete, it is possible to place inside or outside bets. Inside bets are placed on specific numbers, such as the red or black pockets. Outside bets are not placed on specific numbers and are safer options when playing with lower stakes. Using outside bets is easy even for beginners.

Inside bets are the most popular type of bet, but outside bets can be more profitable. Outside bets are placed outside of the betting area and cover a larger area of the roulette wheel. In addition, they usually offer better odds than inside bets, as they cover a larger range of numbers. Some examples of outside bets are red/black, high/low, and odd/even.

Special bets

Special bets in roulette are different from casino to casino and depending on the variation of the game. The French bet, for example, is called an “announced” bet and requires announcing the bet prior to the spin. Another special bet is “neighbours” which is commonly found on European and French tables.