Are you feeling lucky?

The fast paced game of Roulette is the ultimate game of chance.

This stylish and elegant game was made famous by the casinos of the French Riviera. The name ‘Roulette’ comes from the French for little wheel.

There’s little doubt that the casino wheel is the centre of attention at any Party Party Casino event.

How To Play

The Roulette wheel is numbered 0 – 36. The numbers are separated by rivets in a non-sequential order and alternate between red & black, except for the 0, which is green. The layout is printed with all the numbers in a sequential order.

Roulette is played using ‘cash’ or ‘colour’ chips. It’s easier to use ‘colour’ chips because they’re unique to the table and unique to you.

Roulette is easy and all you have to do is simply place your chips on your favorite numbers. These bets are called inside bets. Or you can just bet on red or black, high or low, even or odd or the dozens.

The game begins with the croupier asking our high rollers (that’s you) to place your bets. You can bet as many or as few chips as you like – remember the more you bet, the more you win! As you place your bets our croupier will spin the ball and let you keep betting.  Just before the ball is about to drop, our dealer will signal ‘no more bets’ with an extravagant wave of the arms. The ball will drop into the winning number and this number will be marked with the ‘dolly’ – yes that’s right, the dolly – the losing bets are removed and your winning bets are paid. Then we do it all again!


Bet Description Odds
Straight Up Any single number 35-1
Split Any two adjacent numbers 17-1
Street Any row of three numbers 11-1
Corner Any four adjacent numbers 8-1
First Four The numbers 0, 1, 2 & 3 8-1
Six Line Any two rows of six numbers 5-1
Dozens The 1st, 2nd or 3rd dozen 2-1
Columns The 1st, 2nd or 3rd column 2-1
Red/Black On the Red or Black 1-1
Odd/Even On the Odd or Even 1-1
High/Low On the High or Low 1-1

Did You Know

Roulette is the Devil’s game. Can you guess why?
(Here’s a hint: add up all the numbers on the Roulette wheel and see what you get!)

Also, by adding just one number to the Roulette table – a second 0 – the casino will close to double its odds against the player. (Psst! Always look for a single 0 Roulette table – that’s what we have!) 

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