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Roulette Money Guide

One of the main reasons why some people do better in a casino than others is their knowledge of the games they play. Rolling up to a poker table without even a basic knowledge of hands, or trying your luck at the roulette wheel without understanding the various bets that are available to you, will likely lead to losing your money (unless you’re naturally lucky, that is!).

When you’re at the roulette table, it’s essential that you have an idea of how to play it – what to spend, and how to spend it, can really help you to walk away better off than you were and this SuperCasino infographic helps to give you a little more insight when it comes to the European wheel.

The various bets can be broken down into ‘inside’ and ‘outside’ bets, with a higher probability of winning an outside bet (such as red/black or odd/even) and because of this, the payouts are much lower. If you place an inside bet, such as a single number (a straight), a split, or a 6/4-number chunk, your payouts will be far more impressive.

So, how do you play the wheel? It all depends on how experienced you are. As a newbie, it may be best to stick to the bets that give you an even chance of winning – even if it is just to get a feel for the game before you be a little more daring. As you get used to the wheel and you want to try to win a little more, start to lower your odds by betting on columns, corners or, if you’re feeling lucky, a single number. Keep an eye on the spinner and watch the dealer – if it seems to be going at the same speed, it may be time for you to place bets around the area in which the ball continues to land!

If you’re new to the game, try your hand at it online before venturing into a real casino – there’s nothing worse than feeling a little out of your depth amongst seasoned pros, so get to grips with the basics at home instead.

It may be known as the Devil’s Game, but a spin of the wheel needn’t be hellish – not when you know the odds and the wheel spins in your favour, anyway!