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Roulette is a fun and simple game that provides exciting action. The player will exchange currency for non-value Roulette chips or may play with value chips. Players will utilize these chips to make various wagers on different numbers throughout the Roulette layout.

Roulette offers a wide variety of bets: Straight Up Bets, where you bet on a single number; Combination Bets, where you split your bets on adjoining numbers; Red or Black, Odd or Even, and many others. The placement of wagers will determine how much will be paid out (See the payout chart). You play with your individually colored chips, good only at the table where they were issued. The value of each chip is determined by the player at the time of Buy-In.  Each betting cycle begins with the dealer spinning a ball in the opposite direction of the revolving roulette wheel head. Bets may be placed until the dealer announces “No more bets.”

When the ball comes to rest, the dealer marks the winning number, and all bets which correspond to this number are paid.

A Few Simple Rules to Remember when Playing Roulette:

• All roulette chips must stay on top of the gaming table at all times.
• You may not leave the table with roulette chips in your possession.
• At the completion of play, you must exchange all roulette chips for regular Casino cheques. These are the $25, $5 and $1 cheques used on all of the other table games.

Pay out Odds

  • Courtesy Line Bet: The 0 & 00 Split Bet may be placed on the line separating the second and third dozen.
  • Red and Black pays 1 to 1
  • Odd and Even pays 1 to 1
  • 1-18 pays 1 to 1
  • 19-36 pays 1 to 1
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Dozen pays 2 to 1
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Column pays 2 to 1
  • Straight up (covers 1 number) pays 35 to 1
  • Split (covers 2 numbers) pays 17 to 1
  • Corner (covers 4 numbers) pays 8 to 1
  • Street (covers 3 numbers) pays 11 to 1
  • Line (covers 6 numbers) pays 5 to 1
  • Topline (covers 5 numbers) pays 6 to 1