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PREMIER ROULETTE Premiere Roulette is probably the easiest roulette version to grasp at the casino. Why so? Premiere roulette is one of the only roulette types that will give you odds and payouts details as you hover over each wagering possibility. This game is simply the ultimate for players who are looking to understand the workings of the base game of roulette as quickly as possible.


PREMIER ROULETTE One major element that distinguished European Roulette from any other form of roulette, especially the American variation, is the presence of just one zero on the wheel and layout. American roulette, for example, contains an extra double zero symbol, ultimately increasing the house’s edge. But before we get into discussing the house edge and you chances of winning, let us look at the anatomy of the basic roulette table, as well as the betting variations available to you.


THE WHEEL The wheel on the Premiere Roulette variant contains 37 individual pockets. 36 of these are colored black and red – 18 for each color – whilst the zero is green. (The zero is neither odd nor even). The wheel, in any online roulette rendition, is in constant motion and hosts a ball that is spun in the opposite direction after each concluded wager.


BETTING AREA The betting area allows players to make a myriad of wagers and presents players with the opportunity to engage in strategic gaming. The roulette layout has two general betting areas: the inside betting area and the outside betting area. Let us take a look at these areas individually:


INSIDE BETS Inside bets are bets that involve the numbers 0 to 36. Inside bets include all straight up bets (clean number bets) and a number of combination bets, referred to by their jargoned names: • • • • •

STRAIGHT UP BETS SPLIT BETS STREET BETS AND DOUBLE STREET BETS QUAD BETS BASKET BETS


STRAIGHT UP BETS Straight up bets are wagers posted on one specific number. Hover over any number between 0 and 36 and you will see that the payout, should you win, is set at x36 (35-to-1). The reason why players should be playing Premier Roulette, as with French and European roulettes, is that there is no double-zero and the chances of winning will therefore be greater.


SPLIT BETS The split bet is a wager placed straddling two numbers. The way one can place such bets is by placing their chip(s) on the line dividing any two numbers on the roulette layout. This bet pays 17-to-1 and is very popular with most roulette players.


STREET BETS Street bets are three number bets. Since the roulette table’s number layout grid is made up of 3 columns and 12 rows (3 x 12 = 36 numbers, excluding the 0), placing street bets is done by wagering on the bottommost line bordering the outside bets of 1st 12, 2nd 12 and 3rd 12. Hover over the line separating the inside bets from the outside bets and you will see the above 3 numbers simultaneously light-up; all you have to do then is place your bet by clicking on the line.


STREET BETS Street Bets, except those involving the 0, are sequential bets, which means that they will embrace natural sequence numbers such as 1-2-3, 4-5-6, 7-89, and so on. Street Bets pay 11-to-1. Double street bets are made very similarly to street bets; however, this time you will be looking to highlight and engage two neighboring rows totaling in 6 numbers instead of just one. These bets pay 5to-1.


QUAD BETS Quad bets, meaning ‘bets of 4’, are possible when you place a wager that makes contact with the corners of 4 numbers. An example of such bets is a 19, 20, 22 and 23 quad wager. Again, hover over the centre of four neighboring numbers until they are highlighted and proceed by placing your bet. The payout for quad bets is 8-to-1


BASKET BETS Basket bets are triple number bets involving the zero. These bets pay 11-to-1 when on 3 numbers. Examples of triple basket bets include 0-1-2 and 0-2-3.

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