How it works
Roulette is a simple game. Select a number or a colour, place your bet and – with a little luck – you'll win. Naturally, players wishing to do so can use many other options to place their chips on the roulette table. The following possibilities are available to you:
When playing roulette, place your chip(s) on...
- a number; you win 35 times your original bet (plein in French)
- the line between two numbers; you win 17 times your original bet (cheval)
- the outer line of three adjacent numbers in a row; you win 11 times your original bet (transversale pleine)
- the centre of 4 adjacent numbers; you win 8 times your original bet (carré)
- the outer line of 6 adjacent numbers; you win 5 times your original bet (transversale simple)
- 12 adjacent numbers in ascending order; you win 2 times your original bet (douzaine)
- 12 adjacent numbers in a vertical line; you win 2 times your original bet (colonne)
- Red or black, odd or even, 1-18 or 19-36 = outside chance – win the same amount as your original bet (chance simple)
Anyone wishing to practise is welcome to attend our free taster courses on Fridays and Saturdays. They usually take place every hour on the hour as of 9 pm and you get the chance to win lucky chips.
Would you like to become a real roulette pro and master all the variations of the game? Our employees would be happy to help you do so. Alternatively, you can download the full explanation of the game with all the options for placing bets and winning here: