Roulette is a casino game where players can bet on individual numbers, various groupings of numbers, the color red or black, or if the number is odd or even. Unlike other casino games, no betting system can overcome the built-in house edge of this game.
The game is played on a special table with a betting mat where players lay down chips to indicate their bets. The winnings are paid out after the ball has landed in one of the number divisions on the wheel.
The roullete game can be played in several different variations, each with its own unique features. Some versions include a physical wheel and ball, while others are entirely electronic and do not require any physical equipment. Some of the most popular variations of roullete include mini roulette, French roulette, and American roulette. Regardless of the variation, a player should always familiarize himself or herself with the specific rules and betting options. Some variations may have a different number of pockets, which can affect the payouts for winning bets. For example, the mini version of roullete uses only 13 pockets and includes all numbers from 1 to 12, with a single zero pocket.