The game of Roulette is based on some very basic principles. The ball on the Roulette wheel will land on a winning number. The player’s objective is to pick this number before the ball is spun. Players have the option of betting on numbers presented on the Roulette table.
Steps to Playing Roulette
The process of playing Roulette is very simple. There are four main stages involved in the game. These include:
We’ll run through these slowly, because once you understand this, there isn’t much left to do to become a Roulette pro.
Becoming a Roulette Pro in Canada
First of all, you need to take a seat at the Roulette table to take part in the game. Bystanders who are not participating in the game may not be seated.
The first thing to do in this game is to convert your cash to chips when you arrive at the Roulette table. The croupier will be available to do this, and will change your cash for chips once you ask him or her to do so.
Once you have received your chips, you can place them on the numbers that you would like to bet on the Roulette table. You can place your bets on your own, unless there is a number that you can’t reach – in which case you can ask the croupier to place the bet for you.
If the space where you want to place your bet is already occupied with another player’s chips, just place your chips on top of those. As your chips will be a different color to another player’s chips, this will not confuse the game.
Call bets and announced bets work differently, and will be communicated to the croupier. We will deal with these soon enough.
There should be enough time to place your bets, as the croupier will only spin the wheel once all players have completed their betting. Once all bets have been placed, the croupier will call out ‘No more bets’, either just be¬fore or after spinning the wheel. Wagers made after this point are likely to be voided.