A Complete Guide to European Roulette

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European Roulette is a staple casino game that has been played for centuries. Iconic in brick and mortar casinos and popular in online casinos, in today’s article, we’ll be taking a closer look at how to play European Roulette.

What is European Roulette?

European Roulette is a game of chance in which participants attempt to predict where on a rotating wheel a little ball will land. The little sphere can land on one of 37 numbers written on the European wheel. This game has grown in popularity and recognition since it was first introduced to casinos. European wheel games can be found at the majority of land-based casinos and all live dealer casinos from the UK market.

Modern roulette has been played since two brothers, Francois and Louis Blank, introduced the single-zero version in 1843. Today, this is the key distinction that distinguishes it from other variants. European Roulette differs from American Roulette because it has only one 0. It is similar to French Roulette in this regard, but has a slightly different layout and doesn’t include rules such as ‘La Partage’.

How to Play European Roulette

The rules for each game can be accessed after signing up at online roulette casinos.Everything, including instructions on how to play European Roulette, is shown there. The betting process is quite simple when playing European roulette online, as one will discover. The player must place their chips on the selected wager and then click "Spin." After the betting round is over, the player must decide whether to continue playing (Rebet button) or end the game (Clear Bets button). Before or after the wheel starts spinning, players place their bets until the dealer says, "no more bets." When the wheel stops all players whose bets covered the winning number will receive a prize payout while all other players will have lost the round. The next round of roulette can now start. 

European Roulette Rules

The basic rules of roulette are as follows:

  • On the roulette table, place your wager in the designated area.
  • The table limits for roulette wagers must be adhered to.
  • Before the dealer ends the betting round, bets can be placed on the roulette wheel.
  • Only the dealer touches the chips of the players who placed losing bets and pays the winners.
  • Throughout any playing session, you shouldn't touch the marker of the winning number. (This, of course, is if you’re playing in person).
  • A paytable is used to determine payouts for various winning wager kinds.
  • Before the dealer ends the betting round, bets can be placed on the roulette wheel.
  • The red and black pockets of a roulette wheel are numbered 1-36, and the green pocket is marked with a single zero.

European Roulette Bets

Straight-Up Bet

A bet placed on a single number. If the ball hits on that number, the bet pays 35-1.

Split Bet

A split wager on the roulette wheel is one that is placed on two adjacent numbers. Depending on which of the numbers is selected, the wager pays 17-1.

Corner Bet

A bet on the "square" of four numbers in the roulette betting grid. If one of these numbers is the winner, the wager pays 8-1.

Street Bet

It is situated on the line at the end of the row and has all three numbers in a row. Other alternatives for where it should be placed include 0, 1, 2, and 0, 2. The odds are 11 to 1.

Line Bet

It is situated at the end of two rows, on the border between them, and has six numbers (or two rows of three numbers). The odds are 5 to 1.

Column Bet

It is positioned on the "2-1" box at the end of a column and takes up a whole column. It has a 2:1 payout.

Dozen Bet

It has a set of 12 numerals and can be positioned on one of the "1st 12" boxes (for numbers 1 through 12), the "2nd 12" box (for numbers 13 through 24), or the "3rd 12" box (25 to 36). It has a 2:1 payout.

Bet on Colour

It appears on the "Red" box (which has all red numbers) or the "Black" box (which has all black numbers) and has either all red numbers or all black numbers on the layout (all black numbers). It has a 1:1 payout.

Bet on Odd/Even 

It is situated on the "Even" box (all even numbers) or the "Odd" box (all odd numbers) and has a layout with either all even numbers or all odd numbers (all odd numbers). It has a 1:1 payout.

Bet on Low/High

It is displayed on the "Low" box (numbers 1 to 18) or the "High" box and has either all low numbers or all high numbers (numbers 19 to 36). It has a 1:1 payout.

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