What’s Your Lucky Number?
Roulette is a game of chance. The roulette wheel is marked with numbers 0 (zero) through to 36. The numbers are coloured red and black and the 0 (zero) is green. The Hippodrome also offers Las Vegas style “00” wheels. Colour and number combinations make for a variety of betting options. You may place a bet on individual numbers or groups of numbers.
How To Play
- Place however many chips you like on a number or combination of numbers.
- You can continue to place your bets while the ball is spinning. The dealer will let you know when to stop betting by announcing “no more bets”.
- When the ball lands in the winning number the dealer will clear the table leaving only the winning bets, which are then paid out accordingly.
Straight up: Covers one number only (Pays 35:1)
Split: Covers two numbers (Pays 17:1)
Street: Covers a row/street of three numbers (Pays 11:1)
Corner: Covers four numbers (Pays 8:1)
First Four: Covers numbers 0, 1, 2 and 3 (Pays 8:1)
6-Line: Covers 6 numbers (Pays 5:1)
Column: At the bottom of each table layout, there are three boxes labelled 2:1. Placing a bet on one of these three boxes covers all number in that selected column. If any number in that column wins, you get paid 2:1
Dozen: You can bet on a group of 12 numbers together by placing a bet on the boxes labelled 1st 12, 2nd 12 or 3rd 12. If one of the 12 chosen numbers wins, you are paid 2:1
Even Chance: Even chance bets are paid 1:1. You have the option of choosing between Red, Black, Odd, Even, High and Low numbers. If 0 wins, half of all even chance bets are returned to the player.
Neighbour Bets: A neighbour bet is a 5-piece bet that consists of a chosen number and the two adjacent numbers either side of the selected number on the wheel.
French Bets: There are three French bets which cover different areas of the wheel
Voisins Du Zero: A 9-piece bet that covers 17 numbers.
Tiers du Cylindre: A 6-piece bet the covers 12 numbers.
Orphelins: A 5-piece bet that covers 8 numbers.