The Roulette was invented by mathematician Blaise Pascal in in the seventeenth century. The American Roulette wheel is made up of 37 segments, numbered from 0-36, with 18 black numbers, 18 red numbers and 1 green zero. The game begins when the croupier says “Place your bets”. You must then proceed to place the bets of your choice. Roulette game offers a wide variety of bets and betting combinations.
The winning player is the one who placed their bets on the exact number, color or group numbers. The croupier spins the ball in the wheel and when it is about to make its last two rounds, he announces “No more bets” and players must stop placing bets. The ball is on the point of coming to rest: this is the moment when everyone holds their breath, their eyes riveted on the roulette wheel. The croupier announces the winning number. Losing bets are raked in and winning bets are paid out.