Roullete – The Game of Chance


Roullete, the game of chance, is a favorite among casino players around the world. Its history goes back as far as the early 18th century when it was first played in France’s illegal gambling dens. Today, it’s a highly popular game at online casinos and physical establishments and one of the most recommended games for novice players. The basic game consists of a solid, convex wheel, with a 37-compartment pocket layout – called ‘frets’ or ‘canoes’ by roulette croupiers – painted alternately red and black with numbered compartments ranging from 1 to 36. On European-style wheels, a compartment on the right side of the wheel is marked with a single zero, while on American-style wheels there are two green pockets labelled 0 and 00.

There are numerous betting options in roulette and the house edge on different bets can vary a lot. The best bets to make are on the’second dozen’ which is a sequence of low red numbers and high black numbers that cover half the wheel (the odds are 2-1). While many people believe there are systems that can beat roulette, in reality there is no strategy to overcome the built-in house edge. If you’re not lucky, you’ll lose.