Roulette offers a wide variety of betting options. The stakes really are not that hard to do. Fortunately, unlike the dice game, you have time to think about your bet. There are two types of roulette bets> terns bets and inside bets. In regard to outside bets, you must bet at least the table minimum on each box; regarding bets, total bets must be at least the minimum requested in the table. We describe each of the stakes:

Outside Bets

This proposal concerns which are outside of the 38 numbers. The bets do not win on 0 and 00. Several types of bets “outside”.

Red or Black

You can bet on the color, either red or black, placing your bet on the table showing the color of your choice. This is a bet type is very common as it is very easy to understand, and has almost 50% chance of winning. People often mistakenly assume that when they go five consecutive red, more likely to black out on the next turn. This argument is without merit, as explained in our roulette systems. This bet pays 1-1.


Here is bet, whether the number is odd or even quit. This bet is similar to betting in between Red and Black. As the zero does not count and there are 36 numbers, the odds are split between odd and even. If you want to bet on the pair put your chips in the box “even”. If you want to bet on odd, place your chips in the box “odd”.

Highs and Lows

In this case you can bet that the number that comes out is low (1 to 18) or high (19 to 36). The bet pays 1-1.


At the end of the table containing the 38 numbers are boxes marked “2 to 1″. Put your bet in the box is placed at the end of the column you want to bet. If you win, you are paid 2 to 1.


Here you will bet on which of the three dozen (1 through 12, 13 to 24 or 25 to 36), the ball will fall. The boxes are generally indicated by “1st 12″, “2nd 12″ or “3rd 12.” The bet pays 2 to 1.

Inside Bets

These are bets that are made for a specific number, or an arbitrary combination not covered outside bets. Remember that all bets must be greater or equal to the minimum required.

Bet simple “Straight-up”

This is a simple bet any of the 38 numbers. The bet pays 35 to 1.

Bet split “Split”

You can bet on two numbers whose squares are adjacent. To make this place your chips placed between the two boxes. Putting paid 17-1.

Bet alley “Street”

This bet is similar to the divided stake, only to be betting on three different numbers. To bet on 1, 2, and 3 for example by placing your chip on the outside edge of the 3. This bet pays 11 to 1.

Corner Bet “Corner”

In this case you can bet on four numbers with adjacent boxes. Place your chips right in the center of the four boxes of the numbers you want to bet. This bet pays 8-1.

Bet five numbers

To make this bet place your chips on the intersection of 0 and 1, in the corner (not the 2, but the other) in which case you win if a 0, 00, 1, 2 or 3. This bet is paid 6-1. This is the worst bet in roulette there.