Why Play Roulette?
Often titled the easiest game to learn, roulette is widely considered the most popular attraction in both online and offline casinos. It is a simple, fun and social game with no competitors. Anyone can play and anyone can win. Attracting both beginners and experts, it is a favourite in all seven Premier Casino locations.
Where Can I Play Roulette?
Premier Casinos offer the very latest in electronic roulette tables. Visit any of the seven casinos spread across Cork, Dublin and Kerry for a unique experience in a welcoming, comfortable setting. Roulette games feature fast-paced, exciting attractions. Read on to learn how the game is played and which bets appeal to you most.
How to Win at Roulette
To put it simply, roulette is about predicting where a ball will stop spinning on a roulette wheel. You can bet on a single number or a combination of numbers. Full details of the game are listed below, and if you’re new to the game, why not ask a member of the team in a Premier Casino to help you learn the ropes?
How to Play Roulette
Roulette wheels sit in bowls and are spun in unison with a small ball. When both ball and wheel come to rest, the former sits on one of 37 numbers and one of 3 colours. Punters can place bets on the colours and numbers in question.
A roulette wheel consists of 37 coloured and numbered divisions. These are divided equally from numbers 1-36 among red and black. Additionally, one green slot, marked 0, accounts for the odds on red or black falling just shy of 50%.
The fun is in the choice. Consider betting on several numbers or even sections of numbers, e.g. 1-12, 13-24 or 25-36.
Bets can be placed right up until the dealer, or croupier, says ‘no more bets’ and, when the ball comes to a stop, winnings are paid out accordingly.
As always, if you are new to the game, feel free to ask a member of the team for help with the rules of roulette. Remember to gamble responsibly and only try out a small wager before you are comfortable with the game.
Terminology and Odds
Originating in 18th century France, roulette has evolved into a game that is played globally today. The traditional betting mat for the game may confuse a new player, so here is a list of the possible bets punters can place on a game of roulette. Again, the friendly and accommodating team at Premier Casinos can help to explain the game further.