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How To Play American Roulette

A casino favourite, we are all familiar with this thrilling world-famous, easy-to-play game, which is also a great chance to socialise and meet people at 'the wheel'.

Our American Roulette Tables are situated on our spacious gaming floor, alongside Blackjack and 3 Card Poker Tables. We now have two '00' American Roulette Tables available.  

How to play in brief

This easy to understand game of chance, involves you betting and predicting on which number from 0-36 the roulette ball will finish upon. The numbers are coloured red or black, with 0 being green. Place your money on the table, upon which point the croupier will exchange it for chips, with a colour or marker that make the chips unique to you. Bet on any individual number or group of numbers, including red or black, odd or even, high or low. You can either place your chips on a number, on the line between two or four numbers, at the end of a row of three or six, or at the end of a column or dozen. The fewer numbers you choose, the greater the pay out if your number comes up, but you lower your chances of winning. You can continue to place bets until the croupier calls 'no more bets'. If you want to place the same bet as another player, simply place your chips on top of theirs.


Winning Payouts

When the ball lands on a number the croupier will place a 'Dolly' on the winning number. If you are a lucky winner the croupier will payout with the

following odds:

  • Any single number (Straight up) Pays 35-1
  • Any two numbers (Split) Pays 17-1
  • Any three numbers (Street) Pays 11-1
  • Any four numbers (Corner) Pays 8-1
  • Any six numbers (Six Lines) Pays 5-1
  • Columns and Dozen Pays 2-1
  • Red or Black, High or Low, Odd or Even Pays Even Money
  • Any 5 numbers (00 wheel only)  Pays 6-1

If zero or 00 is spun, all outside even money bets are halved and returned to the player.

Run for Riches 

In addition to the basic game detailed above, players may place an optional side wager on the 'Progressive Jackpot' called 'Run for Riches'. This is a wager that the sequence of numbers recorded on a roulette table will follow numerically i.e 3,4,5,6. If the sequence begins on 35 then it will follow 35,36,0,1.





Free Bet









In this example the number 3 was already established and the number 4 was on the initial wager. 

The free bet will be given at the first sequence that must be wagered at the next break in sequence.

The amount of £700 will only be paid if the sequence is broken. If the sequence continues the £700 chip is to be returned to claim the jackpot. 

Players may join the sequence at any stage but their wager is only valid from their initial start point.

If a sequence is not established then the progressive wager will lose. 

Only the highest winning sequence is payable.

All jackpot payouts will be shared equally between players who have successfully negotiated the full sequence on the table on which the sequence was recorded.

It is not necessary to bet on the main game to play Run for Riches.