The standout feature of European Roulette is that it has one zero pocket, and that’s what puts it ahead of American Roulette that has 2 zero pockets (a “0″ and a “00) and a higher house edge to match (and that means a lower return to the player). As with all roulette variants, the aim is to guess where the ball is going to stop on the wheel.
Before the wheel is spun, place either an Inside Bet, an outside bet, or both.
Straight: a single number.
Split: a bet on two numbers that sit side by side.
Street: a bet on 3 numbers on a single horizontal line.
Corner: a bet on 4 numbers in a square.
Sixline: a bet on two adjacent streets.
There´s also the Square bet, 5-Number Line bet and the 6 number line bet.
Places your bet outside of the table layout, such as on Black or First 12.
Column bet – covers one of the three vertical columns.
Dozen bet – a bet on 12 numbers
Even Money bet – a bet on 18 numbers, eg Even/Odd, Red/Black, 1-18 or 19-36.