Bets

Roulette bets are made by putting chips in-between or on numbers found on the table. To make bets on several numbers at once, simply place your chips on two number borders to split your bet for each number.

Bet Definitions

  • Passe means that a bet is made on the very last eighteen numbers.
  • Pair means that a bet is made on a single even number. Keep in mind that the opposite of this bet would be impair (on a single odd number).
  • Black means that a bet is made on all black numbers. The opposite of this would be red.
  • Border means that a bet is made on the third or second third of all numbers. This means that the bet covers all numbers from 12 up to 36. Additionally, this bet is placed with half of the value of the chips on every third.
  • Carre means that four numbers are bet in a single quadrant.
  • Cheval means that a bet is placed on two numbers that are next to one another. A bet on three numbers that are next to one another can also be placed.

Other Possible Bets

  • A bet on the left column means that every number in that particular column is counted for the bet.
  • A bet on the left and middle column means that half of the value of chips will be counted for each column.
  • A six-number bet means that every number within two rows of where the bets are placed on its border is counted.
  • A bet on four numbers means that zero is counted in it.

Useful Video

Popular Video