Last Updated on 25 Jun 2024

History of Roulette

The game of roulette originated in France in the late 18th century. The earliest form of the game was known as "Roly-Poly" and was played using a wheel that had two zeros and a house edge of over 7%. In 1843, French brothers Francois and Louis Blanc added an additional zero to the wheel, creating the modern version of the game and greatly reducing the house edge.

The American version of the game was introduced in the early 19th century, adding an additional double-zero slot to the wheel. The game grew in popularity during the 19th century, spreading throughout Europe and eventually to the United States. Today, roulette is a popular casino game with players around the world.

Rules of Roulette

Place your bet on the roulette table.
The croupier will spin the wheel in one direction, then spin the ball in the opposite direction.
When the ball stops on a number, the croupier will announce the winning number and place a dolly on the table
All losing bets are collected by the croupier and the winnings are paid out to the winners.
If the ball lands in the zero pocket, all even-money bets (red/black, high/low, odd/even) are lost.
You may place additional bets after the wheel has been spun up until the croupier has announced “No more bets”.
You must abide by the limit of the table.