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Roulette Table Layout Bets Odds Payoffs  July 11, 2015 – 01:26 pm

French Roulette Table Layout.Various roulette tables and layouts: American, European, French, English, the new Roulite version, La Boule and CAMMEGH spread-bet roulette:

American and European roulette table layout, bets and payouts
(See additional information below)

American Roulette 0 - 00
(The European version has one 0 only)

Inside bets: (also called layout bets)

A - 1 number, Straight up 35:1

B - 2 numbers, Split 17:1

C - 3 numbers, 3 Line 11:1

D - 4 numbers, 4 Corner 8:1

E - 5 numbers, 1st Five 6:1 (double zero roulette table)

* E - 4 numbers, 1st Four 8:1 (single zero roulette table - not shown)

French Roulette Call Bets.F - 6 numbers, 6 Line 5:1

Outside bets:

G - 12 numbers, Column 2:1

H - 12 numbers, Dozen 2:1

J - 24 numbers, Split Columns 1:2
(Allowed in UK casinos. Some casinos may not allow it.)

K - 24 numbers, Split Dozens 1:2
(Allowed in UK casinos. Some casinos may not allow it.)

Even/Odd - Pays even money 1:1

Red/Black - Pays even money 1:1

1-18/19-36 (also called Low/High) - Pays even money 1:1

The word "roulette" is french for "small wheel". The original roulette game was also known as "French Roulette" and it literally took over the European gambling scene in the early 18th century. Today almost all French Roulette tables around the world have been replaced by a European version of the American Roulette.

Roulite/Roulight Table Layout.The American and the European roulette table layouts are practically the same, the main difference is that the European table has one zero position (0) and the American table has two zero positions (0, 00). The other major difference is the sequence of the numbers on the roulette wheel. They are totally different.

The French roulette too has one zero only, but the table layout is slightly different and wider (see picture of table layout below), and there are no individual coloured chips for the players, cash chips are used. Also, a stick is used by the dealer and stickman to announce the winning number, to collect the chips from the table and to pay the winners, which makes the game slower than the American version.

In the American and European roulette individual coloured chips are used for each player and after the outcome the losing chips are collected from the table by hand and the winnings are paid by hand. Play is much faster than the French roulette.

In French casinos "American Roulette" means a roulette game with double zeros (0, 00 - on the table layout and on the wheel), the same as used in the USA. The American roulette with one zero (or the European version) is referred to as English Roulette to distinguish it from the double-zero American Roulette and to emphasize that it has one zero only (as used in the UK).

However, in many countries (including the UK) the single-zero European roulette is called American Roulette to distinguish it from the French roulette table layout and for the manner the game is played. In some African countries they call it 'Roulette with French numeration on American table'.

La Boule table layout. La Boule wheel. Spread-bet roulette table layout 1. Spread-bet roulette table layout 2.

Source: www.ildado.com

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