How To Play Roulette
The ultimate aim of roulette, much like any other casino game, is to win as much as you can in every session. Players have to correctly guess which number the ball will land on once the spin of the wheel ends. With roulette, there are several different bets you can choose from, with each one having a different payout. Bets on individual numbers will pay out more than a bet on say, red or black, as the odds of guessing the correct number a far more remote.
The rules of roulette clearly state that players are required to place their bets before the ball starts dropping onto the wheel. Some casinos, however, allow you to place a bet with the wheel already in motion. Either way, the dealer will clearly signal when the betting phase is over. Once the ball settles into a numbered slot on the edge of the wheel, the winning bets are paid out and a new round gets underway. The dealer is responsible for clearing all the losing bets off the table as well as lifting the marker off the winning number.
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