Roulette is likely to have originated in China 2000 years ago as a game of religious character which helped predict one’s destiny.
Having arrived in Europe, it provided philosopher Blaise Pasqual with incentives to develop his theory of probability.
Today there are two types of games in existence. The rules are the same for both, but American Roulette is played faster. Here the winning number is indicated with a small metal marker called a “dolly.”
When the ball rolls...
With the famous call of “rien ne va plus!” or “no more bets” players must have placed their bets. Tossed in the direction opposite the spin of the wheel, the ball lands on a certain number.
With a variety of betting options you can determine the risk yourself. In addition, on the counter behind the roulette table you see what numbers have appeared especially frequently or seldom in the last few games (hot or cool numbers).