European roulette

A game of European roulette requires the player to bet on a single number or a combination of numbers. Players must correctly guess which cell the ball will drop in order to win. The number can either be red or black, or even or odd. They can also choose to bet on one number or several numbers. The game displays the last five results in a row. This makes it easy to see the results of your bets.

Inside bets are those that place chips on a single number. These bets have higher odds of winning than outside bets, but they have a higher risk of loss. An inside bet will pay out more than an outside bet, so you should make sure you understand what it is before placing a bet. The outside bets are listed below. The Straight-Up bet is the most common bet, covering any single number. This bet pays 35/1, but it can be very risky.

In European roulette, you can place bets on a single number. This bet is often referred to as a “Straight-Up” bet. This bet pays 35 to 1 if the number lands on that particular section. The number range for this bet varies widely. The French bet is the most common, with a higher payout than the German bet. There are several other kinds of bets, but there are only a few specific rules.