How To Play Roulette Online
Online roulette is played just like roulette in a mobile phone-based mobile phone but with a slight change. The ability to play when and where and without the need for a real dealer comes up so here’s how you can start:
- First, you need to choose the number (s) you wish to bet on and place your chips in the appropriate section of the table.
- Once the wheel has started to spin, and the ball has entered the wheel, you can no longer change your decision (“nothing is right”) and must wait for the result (where did the ball land)
- Once the ball reaches its final pocket and the wheel stops spinning, all bets are paid. It’s that simple.
But before explaining the bets and payouts for online roulette, it is very important that you understand how the roulette wheel works and what the different numbers and sections mean.
Understanding The Sequences Of Roulette Numbers
Since we have many different versions of online roulette, the wheel now has a bunch of different layouts. The structure is designed to exclude any logic behind the numbers on the wheel. However, to play roulette online, it is good to have a rough understanding of these provisions and how they were created. Let’s see.
Single zero wheels
The single zero wheels are probably the most balanced of all. It has 37 pockets with the numbers 1 to 36 and the unique zero. Besides the green zero, you will see red and black numbers alternating all around the wheel.
You will also see high and low numbers alternating, with the notable exception of the numbers 5 and 10. The last thing that is distributed across the wheel is the odd and even number. You will never see more than two even or odd numbers next to each other.
Double zero wheels
Although the double zero wheels also alternate between red and black digits, it differs much less. For example, you will notice many occurrences of high or low numbers.
Triple zero wheels
In contrast, the little-used triple zero wheel uses almost the same layout as the well-balanced European version. But that adds a double and a triple zero to the rest of the numbers.
Understand What The Different Sections Of Roulette Mean
The roulette wheels are divided into three different sections, as you can see in the graphic below. Thanks to the French origins of the game, these sections also bear French names.
Neighbors of zero
You want to play section bets; you would have a 9 chip bet on your hands, none of which is a direct bet. Most bets are splits of two numbers, and you only need nine of them to cover all the numbers in this section.
Third of the cylinder
In order to cover all the numbers in the second section, the Thirds of the Cylinder, you must invest six tokens. Again, all are split bets, and they cover 12 numbers on the wheel.
The last section is divided in two and received the name of Orphans. It only covers 8 numbers, and you will need 5 tokens to cover them all.
Just remember that all of these section bets are exclusive to the European version of the online roulette wheel.