# Roulette Dealing Tips & Tricks

So the advantage the casino has over players is much greater with the American wheel. We denote by A the event a number of the chosen colour occurs. If one understands the basics of probability theory, then in roulette especially it is very easy to test betting systems mathematically. Called or announced bets are bets that are made by speaking them, without actually placing the bets. At the intersection of column n and row m we find the probability for that event to occur exactly m times after n spins.

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Learning to become a Roulette dealer or Croupier for iHostPoker or for any live casino is a matter of understanding the different bets, procedures, and payouts. Shown is the a standard Roulette layout used by iHostPoker. New players can join the table at anytime, but the number of players that the table can accommodate at any casino party is limited to the available Roulette Chips. Roulette chips are different than regular casino chips in that they are a solid color and without any markings to indicate denomination.

Each player is assigned a color and this is how the dealer can keep track of the bets and who places them. Players that can not physically reach where they want to bet may ask for dealer assistance in placing their bets, otherwise this is the time that you need to use to organize the chips in The Well.

If there are player chips on that number, the marker is placed on top of the chips. Losing chips are then raked off of the layout starting from the outside bets taking care that you are not removing any winning bets. Winning bets are then payed off according the to proper odds shown below.

There are two main types of bets on the roulette table, Inside Bets and Outside Bets. Inside bets are placed on the numbers in the center of the layout and pay the most when there is a winner. Outside bets take place around the edge of the layout and win more often but for a lesser amount.

The player wins only if the ball lands on this one number. The payout is 35 to 1. A Split bet is a bet placed on the line between any TWO numbers. This bet wins if the ball lands on either of the two numbers. The payout is 17 to 1. The bet wins if any one of the three numbers in that row hits. The payout is 11 to 1. A Trio Bet is only available at the top of the layout in one of three places: The intersection of the 0,1,2 or the 0,2,00 or the 2,00,3.

The payout is the same as a Street at 11 to 1. If any of those four numbers hit, the player is payed off at 8 to 1. The player is payed at 6 to 1 if any of those FIVE numbers come in. A Six-Line Bet is placed on the outside line between any two Streets. If any of those SIX numbers hit, the player is payed at 5 to 1. With the exception of the Five-Number bet, all of the correct odds are located in this column! Column Bets are placed at the bottom of each column in the corresponding square marked 2 to 1, and obviously the bet pays 2 to 1 is any number in that column hits.

Dozens Bets allows the player to bet on a group of 12 number… or or A winner is paid off at 2 to 1. A winner is paid off at 1 to 1. Winners are paid at 1 to 1. Is there an easy way to learn split payouts or do you just have to memorize the payouts themselves? I mean is there a cheat like there is for straight ups and streets? Notice the payouts are all in the center row of the roulette table. The key for a split: A — winning the bet on colour, B — winning a bet on a number and C — not winning any bet.

These events are mutually exclusive and exhaustive, so: Now let us find the probability of each event and the profit or loss in each case: The probability of not winning any bet is.

The overall winning probability is. With this formula, increasing the probability of winning would be done by increasing n. But this increase should be done under the constraint of the bet being non-contradictory. Of course, this reverts to a constraint on the coefficients c. It is natural to put the condition of a positive profit in both cases A and B , which results in: This condition gives a relation between parameters n and c and restrains the number of subcases to be studied.

These formulas return the next tables of values, in which n increases from 1 to 17 and c increases by increments of 0. Winning the bet on colour. Winning a bet on a number Not winning any bet n. You will find the complete table in the book Roulette Odds and Profits: The Mathematics of Complex Bets , which also holds other important categories of improved bets, along with all their parameters: Betting on a column and on outside numbers.

Betting on the third column and on the colour black. Betting on streets and on the opposite of the predominant colour. Betting on corners and on the opposite of the predominant colour. Betting on lines and on the opposite of the predominant colour. Betting on a colour and on splits of the opposite colour.

Betting on first and third columns and on the colour black. Repeated colour bet — American roulette. The roulette odds simply tell you how often you can expect to win if the accuracy of your bet selection is no better than random. For example, the odds of winning on a European roulette wheel are 1 in 37 if you bet on a single number.

But with a roulette computer device, you could win as often as 1 in 10 spins. So you will have more than tripled your odds of winning, making the typical roulette odds somewhat irrelevant. But as per the above chart, the edge is the same on all bets. The American wheel has both single and double 0 pockets, whereas the European wheel only has a single green 0.

The layout of each wheel type is below:. The house edge is the normal edge the casino has over players. On the European wheel, it is So the advantage the casino has over players is much greater with the American wheel. It is inevitable that some players will win in the short-term, but the casino thinks in terms of tens of thousands of spins and thousands of players, not individual players.

The only time casinos consider individual players is if they appear to be using a professional roulette system. Called or announced bets are bets that are made by speaking them, without actually placing the bets. These type of bets are not permitted in all jurisdictions, mostly because it creates opportunities for cheating players to place bets without having any money.

These are typically used by professional players to bet on particular physical sectors of the roulette wheel. Sector bets are the only types of bets that increase the roulette odds for you. For example, a neighbour bet on zero for the European roulette wheel will typically cover numbers 3,26,0,32, This is because sector based bets are used in advantage play methods.