European Roulette


The odds of winning at European Roulette are similar to those found in other types of roulette, with a slight edge for the house. While it’s not advisable to play the same way every time, it’s important to have a general strategy when playing the game. A good rule of thumb is to make a healthy mix of inside and outside bets. While the odds for winning outside bets are slightly higher than those on the inside bets, the payouts are smaller.

The Inside Bet is a popular choice for a player who wants to increase their chances of winning. These bets are made on the numbers directly adjacent to the zero and pay 35 to 1. However, players should be aware of the risks associated with inside bets, which are listed below the outside bets. Generally, the Straight-Up Bet pays 35 to 1. Aside from this bet, the player can also place a bet on the ‘Outside’ column for higher odds.

The Roulette wheel has 37 pockets, each of which contains a green pocket that marks the ‘0’ number. The green pocket represents the zero. When the wheel is turned, the chips are placed on the adjacent rows. The winning bet will be based on the number of consecutive winning bets. If you want to win big in European Roulette, the Fibonacci Sequence is a good strategy to use. The Fibonacci sequence is a mathematical formula that was developed by Leonardo of Pisa.