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Roulette


Roulette is one of the most popular casino game and should be your first choice of casino game for your fun casino event.




Our Roulette tables are Full sized, just like you would see in a real casino. Although we do have a slightly smaller table if you are considering a Fun Casino house party.

Roulette Wheel diameter - 80cm (casino standard size)

All of our Roulette layouts are covered with a blue woven cloth with hearts, clubs, diamonds, spades woven into the fabric. It has a shiny look to it and looks more luxurious than the traditional felt fabric.

We only use Casino grade equipment so to give the authentic casino feel to your event.

We are proud of the quality of our equipment, all the photos in this website are from events we have delivered and are of our equipment, no 'stock images' used!
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How to play Roulette


Roulette is a simple game that our professional croupiers will be happy to teach you and your guests.
Roulette chips are purchased at the gaming table from the croupier and each individual player will be given their own colour chips to ensure that the croupier knows who has placed each bet.
Players place their chips on the table betting on the numbers they think will come up next.

The croupier spins the ball in the rim of the wheel and the ball eventually drops into a number at random. This denotes the winning number.
There are many different ways to bet on a roulette game, listed and shown in the diagram below.



Learn how to play roulette

A – Straight up
(a chip placed directly on any number, covering number 2 in the diagram)
If this number wins, the payout is 35:1
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £175)



B – Split
(a chip placed between two numbers, covering numbers 4&7 in the diagram)
If either of the numbers win, the payout is 17:1
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £85)



C – Street
(a chip placed on a row of 3 numbers, covering numbers 13, 14 & 15 in the diagram)
If any of the 3 numbers win, the payout is 11:1
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £55)



D – Corner
(a chip placed on the corner of 4 numbers, covering numbers 20, 21, 23 & 24 in the diagram)
If any of the 4 numbers win, the payout is 8:1
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £40)



E – Six line
(a chip placed between two rows of numbers, covering numbers 28-33 in the diagram)
If any of the 6 numbers in the corresponding 2 rows come in, the payout is 5:1
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £25)



F – Columns

(a chip placed on the 1st, 2nd or 3rd column)
If any of the numbers in the column directly above come in the payout is 2:1
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £10)



G – Dozens

(a chip placed on the 1st, 2nd or 3rd dozen)
If any of the numbers in the corresponding dozen come in the payout is 2:1
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £10)



H - Even chance bet
Low numbers = 1-18
High numbers = 19-36
These bets payout at 1:1 or even money
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £5)



i - Even chance bet
Any 'Odd' number
Any 'Even' number
These bets payout at 1:1 or even money
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £5)



J - Even chance bet
Any 'Red' number
Any 'Black' number
These bets payout at 1:1 or even money
(eg. A winning bet of £5 here pays £5)