Free Online Roulette
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This rest of this page will cover how to play American roulette. Included at the end of the page
is a free roulette game which allows visitors to sharpen their skills. For some of
you first-timers, the free games serve as an invaluable break-in period before you
begin spending real money in a casino someday. For those of you who have played before,
but not recently, it will serve as a refresher course. Now, before we dive into
playing the game, lets cover some of the history.
The game of roulette started in France during the 1600's.
For those who are familiar with the game, Monte Carlo in Monaco is known
as the roulette capital of the world. The game is also very popular in United States.
You will find roulette tables at most full-blown casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City,
the Gulf Coast, and just about every gambling cruise.
Figure 1. Roulette Layout
Figure 2. Roulette Wheel
There are 2 main objects involved in playing roulette:|
1. The first object to discuss is the roulette layout (Figure 1). The roulette layout is a rectangular grid divided into several
sections. The player's job is to select a section that he/she believes will win and place their bet on that section. For example,
the user can select the red section, the black section, the even section, the odd section, or an individual number (very risky!).
2. The second object to discuss is the roulette wheel (Figure 2). The dealers job is to spin the roulette wheel and roll a small
ball in the opposite direction. When the ball stops bouncing an finds a slot in the wheel, that
number/color wins. Depending on what you selected in the roulette layout will determine whether
you win or not, and how much.
Lets walk through an example scenario. Suppose a player, after studying the roulette
layout, decides to choose the 'ODD' section and bets $25. The dealer will spin the roulette
wheel and roll the ball against the grain. The ball ends up landing on number 17. The player