European roulette

European Roulette is similar to American roulette in its rules, but has a few differences. For example, it features 37 numbers on the wheel, including a green zero pocket. The numbers 1 through 36 are placed in pockets facing the inside of the wheel. This sequence is different from that used in American roulette. You can place multiple bets on the same number, but you must remember to place your bets on the same number each time.

The most common type of bet in European roulette is the straight up bet. This is the easiest bet to make, but it can be very difficult to get it right. Another bet option is the split bet, which covers two adjacent numbers, and is the most lucrative. Street bets cover a vertical row of three numbers, and although they pay less than a straight bet, they have a better chance of winning.

One of the most common kinds of bets in European roulette is the inside bet, which is a place to place a bet on the zero cell. The ‘inside’ bet involves betting on the number that is expected to drop after the ball is spun. The result of the spin depends on the amount of money bet. The more money you bet on a single number, the higher the payout. On the other hand, outside bets cover groups of numbers.