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If 0 comes up, the Column bet loses.
This bet is placed on the boxes marked 1st 12, 2nd 12 and 3rd 12. This means you bet on the numbers 1 to 12, 13 to 24 or 25 to 36. Odds of 2:1 are paid on a winning bet.
If 0 comes up, the Dozen bet loses.
There are three different Even-Money bets. These are:
A bet that either a black or a red number will come up. This bet is place on the Red or Black box. Odds of 1:1 are paid on a winning bet.
A bet that either an even or an odd number will come up. This bet is placed on the Even or Odd box. Odds of 1:1 are paid on a winning bet.
A bet that either a high or a low number will come up. This bet is place on the High 19 to 36 or Low 1 to 18 box. Odds of 1:1 are paid on a winning bet.
If 0 comes up, the Even-Money bet loses.
There are two basic steps to follow to play a game of Roulette.
First, you must decide on the numbers, or groups of numbers, that you want to bet on. To place your bets on these numbers, left-click on the table felt. You can place chips on individual numbers or on the borders shared by two or more numbers. If you want to decrease or remove a bet from the table, right-click the chip pile.
Once you have placed your bet, click the Spin button to start the game. The Roulette wheel will start spinning and a small ball will be released on to the wheel in the opposite direction of the spinning wheel. The ball will lose speed and eventually stop in one of the numbered pockets in the wheel.
If the ball lands on a number that you have bet on, then you have won. To find out how much each bet is worth, refer to the Table Odds section.
||Description of Bet
||A bet on a single number
||A bet on two adjacent numbers
||A bet on any three numbers in a row
||A bet on a block of four numbers
||A bet on six numbers, comprising two adjacent rows
||A bet on one of three vertical columns
||A bet on twelve numbers - either high, middle or low
||A bet on eighteen numbers -either even, odd, red, black, high/ low