Roulette rules and tips for New Zealand players
Basic rules of roulette
Roulette, in its modern form, has been with us since the 17th century, when it became popular in France and other European countries. In General, the upper classes played roulette in betting establishments, and today they look sophisticated.
Roulette is played on a roulette table where all possible outcomes are listed and where players place their bets based on the predicted outcome. The dealer spins the roulette wheel and throws a roulette ball onto the wheel. The ball will finally hit the number and the winners of that particular roulette round will be announced.
The goal of the game is roulette is played against the casino, not against other players. You have to predict where the roulette ball will fall on the roulette wheel. The game offers a variety of betting options: some offer high risk and large payments; and others offer lower risk but lower payments.
Types of roulette and how to play in it
When the roulette round starts, the first thing you have to do is place your bets on the roulette table. The roulette wheel will spin and the ball will be thrown once everyone has made their bets, but in many real casinos the wheel will spin and just before throwing the ball, the dealer announces "no more bets" and throws the ball onto the wheel.
Once the ball is thrown behind the wheel, no player can add or change their bets. The wheel will slow down and you will see that the ball has landed in the locker with the number. Once a winning number is announced, winners will be paid according to the type of bet they have made and a new round of play will begin.
Roulette bets are divided into two main categories: internal and external. The main difference between them is that domestic bets are less likely, but they offer larger payouts to winners; on the other hand, foreign bets are more likely and offer lower payouts.
Professional roulette players understand that it is better to place external bets and win smaller amounts than to place internal bets, which offer very attractive payments, but where the chances of winning and high payouts are very small. Creating a smart outside bets guarantees a longer playing session where wins happen more often.
The prison rule»
In some European roulette games and in French roulette games there is a special rule that applies only to bets even for money. By betting equal money and when the ball drops to zero, some casinos allow the player to bet the original bet and bet it in the next round, so he will get two spins for the price of one. You can also withdraw the original bet and only lose 50% of the bet that was placed on the bet that failed.
Rule " La Partage»
This is similar to the En Prison rule, but it does not allow you to bet on the next round, but gives you the option to return only half of the money that was placed on the outside bet, consisting even of money like Red / Black, High / Low, Odd / Even and the result of the spin is zero.