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The roulette rules are very simple, making it one of the easiest games to play. Maybe not the most profitable, but it definitely doesn't take much to understand the game. Before you know it, you'll be a pro. Trust me - I'm talking first hand experience. Having picked up the game quite late in my career, it took next to no time to master it and you can too.

Before you can play, the first roulette rules, is that you have to purchase roulette chips from the table assistant, called a croupier. Each roulette table has its own supply of six or seven distinctly colored chips in sets of 300 - each of the colors designated to each of the players, therefore, limiting the number of players to the number of colors of chips. The chips are exclusive to roulette and cannot be used anywhere else in the casino. You can have them in your possession when you're present at the roulette table only; once you leave, the chips have to be exchanged for regular casino chips. Those can later on be converted into cash at the cashier's station.

Now that you have your chips all sorted out, you should familiarize yourself with the table layout and the types of bets you can place. I remember when I first walked up to the roulette table - I didn't know exactly what was going on at first, but it was almost enough for me to stand at the table and observe all that was going on as well as out. The roulette table consists of a number of different fields, many of which will seem like they are pretty much the same thing. Well, sometimes things are exactly what they appear to be. In this case, many of the fields offer the same odds and no matter what bet you place at a roulette table, the house edge is always the same - 5.26%.

Roulette rules aren't very difficult to follow. If you know a little about the layout of the table, and the types of bets you can make, you'll do just fine. The fact that the house edge is the same on all bets prevents you from making silly bets because there really aren't any to be made.

Have a look at the following page to find out more about the types of bets you can make to make your roulette experience richer and more diverse.

Roulette Rules - Types of Bets



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