If you are going with a straight, one number bet, then you place your chip directly on the number of choice. Additional inside bets include:
Again, any time you bet an amount and the Roulette payout is the same as your bet, it is an even money wager.
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And with good reason, for it pays 35:1. So, let’s say you bet $10 and the ball lands on that number. You win $350. The chance of this happening is only 2.63% of the time on American tables or 2.70% on European tables.
is another inside bet. This is basically a row. Maybe you will go 1 -3, or 4-7, etc. The payout for walking on the street is 11:1.
is any adjacent numbers. So for example: you place your Roulette chip on 23 and any one of its adjacent numbers. Look at the table to see the many possibilities.
Even money bets are those bets that pay even money, meaning 1:1. So, you bet $5 on all the black and a black number shows (see table 1 for what numbers that may be). You get paid $5 for the win, and keep your original bet. Thus, your $5 bet earns you $5.
is similar to the street, but you cover two streets at a time, giving you the six number approach. Its payout is 5:1.
covers four numbers, for example 1, 2, 4 and 5. Simply place your chips on any juncture of four numbers. This shares a payout of 8:1.
Inside BetsInside bets are those bets that do not involve the even money bets or the column bets, but are bets with Roulette specificity. So, a straight up wager – i.e. a one number bet – is the crème de la crème of Roulette wins.