Vital Roulette Terms
Are you ready to become a master of online and live dealer Roulette? Our extensive glossary will teach you all the terms you need to know to instantly boost your winning potential!
American Roulette: A variation of the game with an extra 00 slot, giving the casino an extra advantage.
Bankroll: How much money you have in your casino account to play real money Roulette. There are plenty of deposit options available to make this a breeze!
Black bet: A bet on any of the black numbered slots on the wheel.
Column bet: This bet covers a full, 12-number column.
Croupier: In live dealer games, a real croupier will spin the wheel and act as a dealer. In online games, the software does it all instead!
Even bet: A bet that the next number will be an even one, and not odd.
Even money: A 1:1 payout on outside bets like blacks, reds, evens, odds, and low or high numbers.
En prison: A beneficial rule found in French Roulette that gives you another chance to win if your ball lands on zero.
European Roulette: A popular Roulette variation with 36 slots and a single 0 (and better odds for you!)
French Roulette: The original game, with a layout and rules that are slightly different to those of European Roulette. Offers the advantageous en prison and la partage rules.
High roller: A player who consistently wagers high amounts.
**House edge: **The statistical edge that your casino has over its players in a game.
Inside bet: Any bet placed on the numbered section of the Roulette table.
La partage: A unique rule in French and European Roulette that lets you keep half of your money if the ball lands on zero.
Odd bet: A 1:1 bet on any of the odd numbers on the wheel.
**Push: **A tie. Your stake will be returned in this case.
Red bet: A bet on any red slot on the wheel.
Straight up bet: This involves betting on a single number.
Wheel: The Roulette wheel used in the game, which offers numbered slots in red or black.