European Roulette
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European Roulette
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If gambling games that necessitate ability, talent or any sort of thinking aren't your style, step right up to the Roulette table.

Roulette is a casino and gambling game named after the French word meaning small wheel. In the game a croupier spins the wheel in one direction and then spins the ball in the opposed direction around the circumference of the roulette's wheel. The ball ultimately falls onto the wheel and into one of 37 (European Roulette) or 38 (American Roulette) colored and numbered pockets on the wheel (see the image above). The object of the game is to predict which number out of possible 38, in our case, the ball will land on.

The most significant dissimilarity between European Roulette and American Roulette is that the American wheel has a single zero and a double zero. Whereas the European Roulette wheel has only a single zero. The European single zero roulette offers the players better odds then the American wheel, because is only has a single zero. This affects the odds. The house edge on a single number bet on the American wheel with 38 different numbers is 2/38 or 5.26%. The house edge on the European wheel has only a single zero so the house edge on this bet is only 1/37 or 2.70%. So you should always look for the single zero European Roulette.

Another difference is that the numbers on the American Roulette wheel are placed in pairs opposite of each other, whereas the numbers on the European wheel are placed in an arbitrary order. However, the European single zero roulette table is more attractive in symmetry. It's your choice!

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