European

European roulette game differs from american roulette, also known as french roulette.

European roulette, also known as single zero roulette, is the same as American roulette, except for some rules and technical differences. There are a “0” and numbered pockets from 1 to 36. “0”: green, other numbers are red or black. When the wheel begins to spin; the ball jumps in the opposite direction. Eventually, the ball fits into a pocket and bets win or lose. Players make bets by guessing the number in the domestic bets, while the outer bets: trying to predict whether the next number will be red or black or even or odd.

European roulette, also known as single zero roulette, is the same as American roulette, except for some rules and technical differences. There are a “0” and numbered pockets from 1 to 36. “0”: green, other numbers are red or black. When the wheel begins to spin; the ball jumps in the opposite direction. Eventually, the ball fits into a pocket and bets win or lose. Players make bets by guessing the number in the domestic bets, while the outer bets: trying to predict whether the next number will be red or black or even or odd.

European roulette has some specific rules. The rule called “En Prison” is especially about foreign bets. If the ball drops to zero, bets remain fixed for an additional round. If the ball drops back to zero: all bets are lost. In “La Partage”, another rule similar to “En Prison”, half of all bets are lost when the ball first falls to zero and there is no additional round. Also, something special to European roulette is the announcement of bets. In this case, each player; with the amount hidden: indicates where to bet.

While playing European roulette; there are different types of bets Internal bets; It is divided into categories within itself. There is a straight bet: 1 to 35 when only one number is played. When 2 numbers are played side by side, there is 17-to-1 bet: a piece bet. Street bet; gives 11 to 1 to 3 serial numbers side by side. Line bet: It is the type of bet that gives 5 to 1 where you can make 2 street bets. Also, in the corner bet that gives 8 to 1; You can bet on 4 consecutive numbers. If you make an external bet; You can play up to the lowest bet on the table. Also, external bets do not cover zero. Outside bets such as “Dozens” (Dozens) covering 3 zones including numbers from 1 to 12, 13 to 24, and 25 to 36; It multiplies the bets that give 2 to 1. High and low; It is a single bet (even bet) which gives 1 to 1 and covers the region from 1 to 18 and from 19 to 35. The other two single bets; The color that covers the black or red zone and whether the next number will be odd or even is the odd and even bet. One last foreign bet is; “Columns” under the betting table, which is “2: 1” and consists of 3 regions. In this bet, you will play all the numbers in a column and give 2 to 1. In European roulette; different number series have their own names. Together with the 22 and 25 pockets, the numbers in between are called “Voisins du zero”. Numbers closest to zero; It is defined as “Jeu zero” (zero game). The term “Tier” (Third), on the opposite side of the Roulette wheel: defines a slice of 12 pockets starting from 27 to 33. “Orphelins” or “orphans” is the name given to 2 regions outside the “Voisins du zero” and “Tier” slices. Although this terminology is not very familiar, you will be familiar with playing European roulette several times