Roulette Bets

There are a large number of different bets that can be played with roulette, and these can be confusing to the beginner. Here we provide a complete list of all possible roulette bets.
 
o    Betting on red or black: This pays out at evens
o    Betting on even or odd numbers: This pays out at evens
o    Betting on numbers 1 to 18: This is called a manqué and pays out
      at evens
o    Betting on numbers 19 to 36: This is called a passé and also pays
     out at evens
o    Betting on the numbers 1 to 12 or 13 to 24 or 25 to 36: This is   
      called Le Douze and pays out at 2 to 1
o    Betting on any column of 12 numbers: This pays out at 2 to 1
o    Betting on any six numbers: This pays at 6 to 1
o    Betting on any four numbers: This pays at 9 to 1 and is known as a
      carre en pleine.
o    Betting on a row of three numbers: This pays out at 12 to 1
o    Betting on any two numbers: This pays out at 18 to 1
o    Betting on a single number: This pays out at 35 to 1.
 
Bets are made by placing chips on the appropriate position on the roulette mat. Rows are selected by placing the chips across the line at the edge of the row, and columns are selected by placing the chips on the line at the head of a column. Groups of numbers are selected by placing the chips at the points of intersection of the number squares. There are special places on the mat for selecting colours, even or odd numbers, and groups of 12 numbers.
 
If the ball lands in zero, then the house takes all bets unless the en prison house rule is played. In this case the bets placed at evens remain on the table until the next spin. An alternative rule is la partage, where half of the bet is returned to the player.
 

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